Recruiting Resources for FastForward
Posters and video clips are available FREE of charge. They may be used to promote KET’s FastForward program to learners, stakeholders, and employers interested in high school equivalency prep and job skills training programs.
Note* Studies show that 90% of FastForward users pass high school credential exams.
FastForward Printed Promotional Resources
Use this artwork to direct potential learners to your website or physical location. Include local contact information or use the KETFastForward.org web address. Print and customize posters to place in strategic areas such as community service agencies, unemployment offices, mass transit facilities, health departments, emergency rooms, grocery stores, etc. Place images into social media posts to drive traffic to your website or physical location or to KET Adult Education.
To receive versions of the posters that you can customize, contact KET.
More versions will be available soon.
For more information or assistance contact KET at email@example.com
FastForward Digital Resources
True stories are powerful and no-one tells a story better than those who live them. This is why KET is sharing these videos FREE of charge for use by partner stations and adult education professionals. They tell stories of adults who dropped out of school before graduating but later achieve the goal of a high school credential. Each used KET’s self-paced, online learning system, FastForward, with support from adult educators, family or friends.
If you have advanced video skills or partnership with a local television station, these videos may be downloaded from the KET ftp site and customized with your web address, logo, and phone number. Otherwise, these videos are available on YouTube for sharing with potential learners or groups that influence adult learners.
Contact KET for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read and share the story of a father and daughter who attained high school equivalency credentials after utilizing FastForward with support from their local adult education center. Making A Difference