Students who take courses through the Career Technical Education Initiative earn credentials across a broad range of occupations that are in high demand. As a result, participating students are graduating from high school with the skills needed to have an immediate positive impact on a wide variety of industries. With advanced training in a number of areas, these workers are filling positions of need for employers in sectors ranging from manufacturing to distribution and healthcare to agriculture.
For businesses, this makes it is easier to find workers with the skills and expertise needed in critical positions. Credentials earned through CTE are industry recognized, so employers know that the skills possessed by graduates meet required standards. This reduces hiring and training costs and helps businesses have increased flexibility to respond quickly to increases in demand and production.
To learn more about how Kansas and KANSASWORKS can positively impact your business, contact:
Susan NeuPoth Cadoret