University of Central Missouri: UCM and Allero Telecom Collaborate to Provide Workforce Solutions in the U.S. and Internationally

UCM’s Center for Workforce and Professional Education provides a variety of job training and industry certifications for in-demand careers. The collaboration will bring workforce and virtual learning opportunities to areas exploring the capabilities of increased broadband access. Allero is also working with other educational institutions such as Stanford University, the University of Kansas, the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State.



“We believe UCM brings unique assets to this relationship and consortium through our experience in providing relevant and market-specific workforce solutions,” said Joe Mullins, consultant for UCM’s Center for Workforce and Professional Education. “By working together, we can help people get connected to the training and resources they need to get on the path to a better job and a brighter future.”



“Allero Telecom is proud to continue our collaboration with UCM with their innovative approach to provide remote learning using AR/VR resources for vocational, STEM and professional development programs,” said Troy Wilson, Allero CEO. “This provides a key component to broadband adoption for areas previously underserved or unserved with High-Speed Broadband Internet using Allero’s paradigm shifting industrial mesh technology delivering networks to both urban and rural communities. With Allero’s network, we also provide access to telehealth/telemedicine, remote work and many other applications, services and opportunities not available without High-Speed Broadband Internet.”



The University of Central Missouri’s workforce development programs offer face-to-face and online industry-recognized programs designed to fit the schedules of busy adults. UCM offers entry-level training as well as courses geared toward professionals wanting to advance in their careers. UCM operates campuses in Lee’s Summit and Warrensburg.



Allero Telecom deploys High-Speed Broadband Internet connectivity to unserved and underserved areas benefiting the communities the organization serves with a paradigm shifting mesh technology, delivering networks to both urban and rural communities and installing these networks significantly faster and at a lower price point than traditional methods.

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