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Accelerated Job Training Returns Hundreds to Higher-Paying Jobs

Andrea Eger Pandemic relief: CARES Act dollars paid for accelerated job training to return hundreds in NE Oklahoma to workforce in higher-paying jobs A local CareerTech center thinks a scholarship program it created with federal coronavirus relief funds has been … Continued

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New Training to Area Law Enforcement

Bartlesville Police Department and Tri County Tech Bring Use-of-Force Simulation Training to Area Law Enforcement In today’s politically charged climate, police use-of-force training must go beyond increasing reflexes, enhancing muscle memory, and keeping skills sharp. Law enforcement officers need to … Continued

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Freedom of Expression Policy

To: Governor’s Office From: Lindel Fields, Superintendent/CEO Tri County Technology Center Subject: SB 361 Report to Governor and Legislature Date: December 17, 2020 To comply with language passed in Senate Bill 361 regarding free expression on campus, the Tri County … Continued

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What’s Your Organization’s Culture?

How a Strong Culture Can Sustain an Organization in Times of Uncertainty What role does an organization’s culture play in a response to a pandemic? We hadn’t even considered that until we had a conversation with one of our clients, … Continued

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How to Make Oklahoma’s Economic Comeback Go Faster

By Lindel Fields | May 22, 2020 As schools across Oklahoma prepare for graduations, students may be finding themselves frustrated at the lack of job prospects in their hometowns and across the nation. Businesses that once were eager to hire … Continued

Police Department Team Up

Tri County Tech, the City of Bartlesville, and the Bartlesville Police Department are teaming up to streamline public resources. The public entities announced today a lease agreement where the BPD will open a substation at Tri County Tech’s main campus … Continued