3. Exchange Relationship

A cooperation or Alliance unites people to ensure completion of agreed upon tasks without any formal agreement. Members have clearly defined roles and responsibilities and can represent a variety of interest areas but aspire to achieve common goals.

Master Curriculum for Energy Auditors, Commissioning Agents, and Energy Engineers

Partnership Type: 
Training
sustainability
Green Technology
Partnership Level: 
3. Exchange Relationship

Building Operations - ARRA: Training Program Development for Commercial Building Equipment Technicians, Building Operators, and Energy Commissioning Agents/Auditors

 -Training students how to reduce carbon footprint in buildings with energy efficient controls. To operate commercial and industrial facilities in a more efficient manner 

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
John Stilp
Joe Jacobsen
List of Stakeholders: 
Commercial Building Equipment Technicians
Building Operators
Energy Commissioning Agents/Auditors
and Students
Department/Division: 
Technology and Applied Sciences

Health Information Technology Training Program

Partnership Type: 
Job Training
Health Information
Partnership Level: 
3. Exchange Relationship

Health Information Technology Training Program.  Funded by a Us Department of Health and Human Services grant, for the purpose of implementing training programs in health records data entry.

 

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
Richard Ammon
Lori Kohl
List of Stakeholders: 
Encumbent Workers
Displaced Workers
IT Workers
Health Care Workers
MATC Agency (Department): 
Department/Division: 
Academic Affairs - Downtown Campus
Health Occupations

Service Delivery For Food Share Employment and Training

Partnership Type: 
Training
Academic Support
Student Services
Partnership Level: 
3. Exchange Relationship

Training, case management, child care, transportation assistance, and academic support services for FoodShare recipients in support of their employability plans.

 

 

MATC Employees engaged: 
Cheralyn Randall
Duane Schultz
Jessica Steeber
Dick Buschman
Mike Peppers
List of Stakeholders: 
Food Share Recipients
Eligible Students
Department/Division: 
Academic Affairs - Downtown Campus

Bridging the Gap- Enabling Student Transfer to UWW

Partnership Type: 
Transfer Agreement
Partnership Level: 
3. Exchange Relationship

Transfer 2 year AAS to UWW.  Project begins with Computer Simulation and Gaming (CS&G) AAS program to allow MATC Program Graduates to enter UW-Whitewater with Junior Status

MATC Employees engaged: 
Alain DeMars
List of Stakeholders: 
MATC Students
UWW
MATC Agency (Department): 
Department/Division: 
Business & Information Technology
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