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North Central State to Receive a Share of $1.9 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at North Central State College will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in the health care field thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

“The added training that will be provided with Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support instruction and both adult and pediatric simulation emergency situations will be extremely valuable,” said Julie Swain, nurse manager, Acute MedSurg/ICU, University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center.

Marion Tech to Receive a Share of $1.9 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Marion Technical College will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in advanced manufacturing thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

“This investment in robotics equipment and Octopuz offline robot programming and integration software will contribute to improving regional workforce skills through education and training,” said Jacqueline Dickson of Scott Systems International in Marion.

Edison State to Receive a Share of $1.9 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Edison State Community College will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in advanced manufacturing thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

“We believe that the interactive virtual reality headsets will provide great lab experiences for Edison State students who are our future employees,” said Bradley A. Mescher, drivetrain department manager and senior staff engineer at Honda of America Manufacturing Inc.’s Anna Engine Plant.

Clark State to Receive a Share of $1.9 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Clark State Community College will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in advanced manufacturing thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

“The FESTOS CIROS VR system reinforces skills taught in the robotics and industrial maintenance courses, and then takes it to the next level by providing realistic scenarios of issues that occur on the manufacturing floor,” said Frederick Gagne, plant manager at Heroux Devtek.

Sinclair, Wright State, Central State Receive a Share of $1.9 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Sinclair Community College, Wright State University, and Central State University will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in many fields thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

Columbus State, COTC Receive a Share of $1.9 Million Approved for Collaborative Workforce Development

Students at Columbus State Community College and Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) will be able to enhance their education and job preparedness in health care and advanced manufacturing thanks to funding approved by the state Controlling Board to purchase state-of-the-art equipment.

“The proposed RAPIDS projects provide a tailored opportunity to address the growing need for qualified paramedic technicians in regional EMS agencies, ambulance services, hospitals, and fire departments,” said William D. Longenette, clinical quality coordinator at MedCare Ambulance in Columbus.

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