CETE Works Podcast
The Center on Education and Training for Employment’s 55+ years of experience illustrates the ability to anticipate changing conditions and evolve as the nature of education and work evolves, while sustaining focus on improving the field of professional development. We understand ever-changing needs for both technical and soft skills today and have researched best practices and strategies to meet the needs of the modern world.
Focusing on a future where all learners reach their highest potential, the CETE Works podcast explores current topics impacting educational and workforce settings. Connect with the Curriculum and Training team at go.osu.edu/OhioState4Work and follow them on Twitter at @OhioState4Work.
Series 1: Focus on Workforce
In this first episode, host, Fara Allen, Program Coordinator, introduces you to the CETE Works podcast, featuring discussions to prepare you for developing, implementing, and evaluating your training program. To learn more about our work, visit cete.osu.edu/programs/curriculum-and-training or connect with our team at go.osu.edu/OhioState4Work.
The fact of the matter is training can not only impact your culture but be impacted by your culture. Culture can make or break a training program, so before you invest money and time into developing your workforce, listen in as Fara Allen (Program Coordinator) and Keli Bussell (Training & Development Specialist) discuss how organizational culture influences the sustainability of any program.
Series 2: Focus on Learners
In this episode, Dr. Kenyona Walker discusses the critical impact of providing nurturing learning environments for all students. As part of the Equity, Engagement & Evaluation team at our center, Dr. Walker partners with communities and schools to dismantle systems that marginalize learners, as well as provides support, training, and tools to educators.