My success is no accident. STUDENTS EXCEL IN ELECTRICAL WITH 100% PASSING This past June, students in the NCCER Electrical Core program completed the Spring term with a 100% pass/credentialing rate. This is no easy feat and we are all proud of our students accomplishments. "I know the students work very hard, but we also have the ‘best’ instructor for the Electrical Program" says Debra Short, Workforce Development Coordinator at CVCC. Electrical Faculty, Aaron Payne, is pushing for 100% for our Electrical boys that will finish early June. This is our first group of students that have been together for [...]
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Learn to think smart. VCC to Receive Go Virginia Funding for Regional CTE Academy LYNCHBURG, VA – Officials at Central Virginia Community College have announced a grant award for $400,000 from the Virginia Growth and Opportunity Board (GO Virginia) to assist in creating a Regional Career and Technical Education (CTE) Academy to serve the college’s service region which includes the counties of Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford, and Campbell and the City of Lynchburg. The regional CTE academy will meet a need in the community that has been documented in the November 2016 Region 2000 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS), which [...]
Communicating Effectively of The Job. NCCER Article by Kacey Mya Every construction job is a machine with many moving parts. Teams have to be in sync to stay on track with the projected timeline, but client happiness is also crucial. Not fully understanding what's happening and why could lead to distrust in the company. The average client won't grasp the complexities of construction, so managers and team leaders must take responsibility and hone their communication skills. When clients know the realities of costs, risks and potential technicalities, the project will be easier for everyone involved. Here are seven essential [...]