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Get Your Free Site License

The Governor's Council for Workforce and Economic Development is making KeyTrain and Career Ready 101 available to all Oklahomans as part of its mission to build the skills, credentials, competitiveness and income of Oklahoma workers.

Site licenses are being issued AT NO COST to businesses, schools, libraries, government offices, and other entities. This license includes the traditional KeyTrain program plus over 8,000 additional pages of Career Ready 101 curriculum designed to help both younger and adult students achieve their career goals. Organizations can use this training as part of a planned program for employees and others or simply make the tools available to people in the organization.

To get KeyTrain and Career Ready 101 for your organization, just fill out this simple form and email it to or fax it to her at 405-605-2972.

Your license will run from March 31, 2011, through March 31, 2012.  If you currently possess a KeyTrain license, it will be extended through March 31, 2012, and upgraded to CR101 if you so desire.

Attend a CR101 Web Demo

You can learn more about the exciting Career Ready 101 program by attending one of the free weekly CR101 presentations conducted by Alan Artress from ACT/KeyTrain’s office in Chattanooga, TN. Presentations are scheduled every Thursday at 10 a.m. central time.

To be included, simply complete this webcast registration form and click “submit.” You will be registered and will receive additional information from KeyTrain about the webcast.

Curriculum of Choice

For the past seven years, KeyTrain has been the curriculum chosen by secondary and postsecondary educators, agencies, and businesses throughout Oklahoma to prepare those whom they serve for the WorkKeys tests and the Career Readiness Certificate program. The KeyTrain curriculum is used with students of all ages and capabilities to prepare them academically for success in the world of work. Before Oklahoma obtained its statewide license in May 2011, over 180 sites across the state held individual KeyTrain licenses. 

Oklahoma, with 55,000 certificates, is No. 3 in the nation in CRCs per capita. The statewide license should help more people expand their abilities, earn certificates, improve their lives, and add to Oklahoma's economy and prosperity.

Don’t Miss This Opportunity

Complete and submit your license application as quickly as possible. The sooner Jeane receives your application, the sooner you can begin using the Career Ready 101 program with those whom you serve.

If you have questions, please contact Jeane Burruss at 405-815-5256 ( or Jack Reese at 918-369-9710 (