​​Texas Reskilling & Upskilling through Education (TRUE) Pathways

The Texas Reskilling & Upskilling through Education (TRUE) initiative is a program that trains students for in-demand careers accelerating their transition to work while also building an enduring education infrastructure to support a thriving Texas economy.

At Dallas College, we are offering four pathways that will help you get into the workforce quickly, while providing you the tools you need to learn the trade.

 
 

Logistics
Certified Logistics Technician and Associate

What is logistics and why is it so important? Logistics involves making sure that products are transported efficiently and put in the hands of consumers as quickly as possible. The technology is increasingly critical in an economy where — more than ever — time is money, and there’s none of either to waste.

 
 

Mechatronics
PMMI Mechanical and Fluid Power

Mechatronics will help students be prepared to go to work diagnosing, servicing and repairing automated fabrication machinery and robotics-driven systems.

 
 

Telehealth Patient Care Technician
PCT Certification and Google IT Support Professional

Virtual Care (Telehealth)​ is the use of remote health care through videoconferencing, e-health patient portals, remote monitoring of vital signs, continuing medical education and much more. It allows patients to safely visit with their provider from the comfort of home or during a break at work.

 
 

BankWork$

Students can begin a career in banking in as little as eight weeks with this training program. Learn how to get ready for a career with stability and opportunity for advancement.

 

 

Information Session Dates and Times

To learn more about these programs, please attend an information session from the following options:

 

Monday, June 28
9 a.m.

Bill J. Priest, Room 2003


Wednesday, July 21
9 a.m.

Bill J. Priest, Room 2200


Wednesday, July 21
5 p.m.

Bill J. Priest, Room 2200


Monday, August 23
9 a.m.

Bill J. Priest, Room 2200



 

For more information: WorkReadyU@dcccd.edu