Program activity for TAACCCT concluded in March 2018. Since then, INTECH has received funding through a number of grants and contracts to continue offering accelerated training programs for entry-level and incumbent workers.
TAACCCT Funding Breakdown
The Inland Empire Regional Training Consortium (IERTC) received $14.9M from the Department of Labor. It consisted of 10 community colleges, 2 universities and 2 workforce development boards to provide accelerated training to low-income individuals in the Inland/Desert region.
- Community Colleges, Universities and Workforce Development Boards: $7.6M
- INTECH Renovations: $2.2M
- INTECH Operations: $2.7M
- INTECH Equipment: $1.1M
- Third Party Evaluations: $1M
- Chaffey Indirect: $388K
TAACCCT Economic Impact
From 2014-2018, TAACCCT had an enormous impact on employers, community members and their families. At the 12-month follow-up, there was a 25% decrease in individuals using government assistance.
- Students Enrolled: IERTC: 6,863 | InTech: 1,726
- Completers: IERTC: 2,594 | InTech: 1,323
- Incumbent Workers: IERTC: 1,786 | InTech: 1,013
- Credentials Earned: IERTC: 5,729 | InTech: 4,055
- Job Placements: IERTC: 793 | InTech: 272 (88% Job Placement Rate)