Accelerating Apprenticeships in Maryland

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Accelerating Apprenticeships in Maryland"

Transcription

1 Accelerating Apprenticeships in Maryland Dr. Gerald P. Ghazi, J.D. Federal & State Apprenticeship Consultant Ghazi Associates Board Chair, President & Founder Vermont HITEC (VT) and RVWI (NH) Sr. Vice President and Academic Dean Burlington College Institute for American Apprenticeships June 28, 2016 Maher and Maher Presentation Title 1

2 Polling Question What organization do you represent? Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation State Apprenticeship Agency or Sponsor Department of Commerce Department of Human Resources Department of Education's Division of Rehabilitation Services Community College EARN Program Grantees Local Workforce Areas Registered Apprenticeship Sponsor Other? Maher & Maher 2

3 Today s Session Registered Apprenticeship 101 Apprenticeship Panel Discussion Business Engagement 101 Maher & Maher 3

4 Registered Apprenticeship 101 Maher & Maher 4

5 Within WIOA, Registered Apprenticeship is a proven workforce strategy to explore & expand Maher & Maher 5

6 Registered Apprenticeship is job-driven... Checklist for Job-Driven Training Work up-front with employers to determine local or regional hiring needs and designing training programs that are responsive to those needs. Offer work-based learning opportunities with employers. Measure and evaluate employment and earnings outcomes. Promote a seamless progression from one educational stepping stone to another, and across work-based training and education. Break down barriers to accessing job-driven training and hiring for any American who is willing to work, including access to supportive services and relevant guidance. Create regional collaborations among American Job Centers, education institutions, labor, and non-profits. Maher & Maher 6

7 ... that is an integral part of WIOA! a key element in business engagement and industry sector strategies a proven workbased learning model for job seekers an integral partner on workforce boards and in workforce planning Registered Apprenticeship a strategy for increasing outcomes on performance measures 7 Maher & Maher 7

8 Why registered apprenticeship? Build a Competitive Workforce Employers Facing Complex Workforce Challenges in Competitive Domestic and Global Markets Adaptable and Flexible Registered Apprenticeship is a Solution and Can Be Integrated into existing Training and Human Resources Development Strategies!!! Time-Tested Model Proven Strategy for Recruiting, Training and Retaining World-Class Talent Used by Industry for Decades (and longer!) Maher & Maher 8

9 Talent develop needs of an ever-changing workforce Registered Apprenticeship is a flexible and proven workforce development strategy that can help grow your talent. Maher & Maher 9

10 Why can Registered Apprenticeship be the answer? Apprenticeship is a flexible and proven talent development strategy that can help grow talent at your company. Maher & Maher 10

11 Registered Apprenticeship Can Build On Your Existing Talent Development Efforts Apprenticeship Today Adaptable and Flexible Delivers Proven Results Maher & Maher 11

12 What exactly is a Registered Apprenticeship? Employer Involvement Structured On-the-Job Learning Related Instruction Rewards for Skill Gains National Occupational Credential Five Core Components of Registered Apprenticeship Maher & Maher 12

13 Think Registered Apprenticeship it is as simple as five four three two one Core Components: Employers, OJL, Related Instruction, Reward Skill Gains, National Credentials 4 Key Roles: Employers, Sponsors, Education Providers, Workforce System 3 Ways to Complete: Time-Based (Short as 1 year) Competency-Based: No Time Limits Hybrid 2 Ways to Register: U.S. DOL and State Apprenticeship Agencies 1 System with Nationally Recognized Credentials Maher & Maher 13

14 5 Core Components of Registered Apprenticeship Employer Involvement Is Integral Employer is the foundation for the RA program and must be directly involved and provider of OJT Structured On-the-Job Learning with Mentoring Minimum of 2,000 hours Structured and Supervised Related Training and Instruction 144 hours recommended per year Parallel Front-loaded Segmented Options Rewards for Skill Gains National Occupational Credential Increases in skills brings about increases in earnings Nationally recognized credential showing job proficiency Sponsor certifies individual is fully competent for career Maher & Maher 14

15 The workforce system has a role to play in each component Utilize RA apprenticeship as a key business engagement strategy & incorporate in sector strategies Employer Involvement Use workforce funds to help apprentices get on-the-job learning through a OJT contract Provide supportive services to participants or use training funds through ITAs or customized training Count apprentice wages in the earnings performance measure Count the RA national credential in the new performance measure for credential attainment Structured On-the-Job Training Related Training and Instruction Rewards for Skill Gains National Credential Maher & Maher 15

16 Registered Apprenticeship is adaptable & flexible Five Core Components of Registered Apprenticeship Maher & Maher 16

17 Traditional Registered Apprenticeship Model Example shows a four year program; however, program length driven by industry needs (e.g. most construction programs). Related Training and Instruction Related Training and Instruction Related Training and Instruction Related Training and Instruction Reward Skill Gains Reward Skill Gains Reward Skill Gains Reward Skill Gains Credential Issued by US DOL Structured OJT with Mentoring Structured OJT with Mentoring Structured OJT with Mentoring Structured OJT with Mentoring 2,000 hours 2,000 hours 2,000 hours 2,000 hours Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Maher & Maher 17

18 1 Year Apprenticeship Model Example shows a one year program; however, program length driven by industry needs Related Training and Instruction Reward Skill Gains Credential Issued by US DOL Structured OJT with Mentoring 2,000 hours Year 1 Maher & Maher 18

19 Front-loaded Apprenticeship Model Example shows a program with diminishing time spent in classroom training; however, all RTI could occur at the beginning of program. Related Training and Instruction Related Training and Instruction Reward Skill Gains Structured OJT with Mentoring Reward Skill Gains Structured OJT with Mentoring Credential Issued by US DOL 2,000 hours 2,000 hours Initial Period 2 nd Period 3 rd Period Maher & Maher 19

20 Pre-apprenticeship to Registered Apprenticeship Direct Entry Model Quality Pre-Apprenticeship Programs have a partnership with an RA program to ensure direct entry with advanced credit upon completion of the preapprenticeship. Preapprenticeship Program Related Training and Instruction Related Training and Instruction RTI and/or OJT credit can be applied to RA program Reward Skill Gains Structured OJT with Mentoring 2,000 hours Reward Skill Gains Structured OJT with Mentoring 2,000 hours Credential Issued by US DOL Year 1 Year 2 Maher & Maher 20

21 Questions??? Maher & Maher 21

22 4 Key Roles within Registered Apprenticeships Employers (OJL) Sponsors (Administrators) Must have employer(s) Responsible for Administering the Program Must Drive Program Design / RTI Provider of OJL/Work-Based Learning Can be Employer, Consortia of Employers, Industry Associations, Joint Labor- Management Organizations, Educational or Training Providers, CBOs, or Other Workforce Intermediaries! Public Workforce System 4 Educational (RTI) Provider Provide basic skills/pre-apprenticeship Can be employer/industry based Provide training funds (through OJT contracts, ITAs, customized training) Provide support services Can be Joint Labor-Management Orgs Community Colleges Others (Non-profits) Maher & Maher 22

23 Single Employer Model Employer provides OJL Employer Serves as Sponsor Workforce System Employer Provides Services Employer Provides RTI Maher & Maher 23

24 Multiple Employers & Intermediary Model Employer provides OJL Serves as Sponsor For example: Workforce System Industry associations, labor organizations, community-based organizations, non-profits etc. Provides Services Provides RTI Maher & Maher 24

25 Multiple Employers + Intermediary + Community College Model Employer provides OJL Serves as Sponsor Workforce System Provides Services Provides RTI Maher & Maher 25

26 Multiple Employers & Multiple Intermediaries Model Employers provide OJL 1 Serves as Sponsor Workforce System 2 Provide Services Provides RTI Maher & Maher 26

27 3 Ways to Complete a Registered Apprenticeship Maher & Maher 27

28 2 Ways to Register Apprenticeship Programs: U.S. Department of Labor and State Apprenticeship Agencies List of State Directors: DOL = 25 (FEDERAL) SAA = 26 (STATE) Maher & Maher 28

29 1 Nationally Recognized Credentials All workers that graduate from a Registered Apprenticeship receive a national, industry-recognized, portable credential and sometimes more. The credential is a 100% guarantee to all employers that graduates from Registered Apprenticeship programs are fully qualified to do the job Maher & Maher 29

30 Building Apprenticeship Programs: A Quick-Start Action Toolkit Provides helpful steps and resources to start an apprenticeship program, from exploring apprenticeship as a workforce strategy to launching a new program Whether you re a business or labor organization, an industry association or another kind of workforce intermediary, a community college or the public workforce system, we invite you to use this toolkit to... apprenticeship as a strategy to meet your needs for skilled workers with key players in your region to develop an apprenticeship the core components of your apprenticeship program your program to become part of the national Registered Apprenticeship network your new Registered Apprenticeship program Maher & Maher 30

31 Questions??? Maher & Maher 31

32 Hands-on Exercise: Building Registered Apprenticeship Programs COMPONENT #1: EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT & INVOLVEMENT What roles can the employer play in designing and implementing a registered apprenticeship program? How can the various ways employers engage in hiring (e.g., interns, temporary workers) form the basis of a registered apprenticeship? Maher & Maher 32

33 Hands-on Exercise: Building Registered Apprenticeship Programs COMPONENT #2: RELATED TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION What are the various types of related technical instruction that can be used within a registered apprenticeship? How can it be structured? Who can deliver it? From looking at the job description, design the related technical instruction for the apprenticeship. Maher & Maher 33

34 Hands-on Exercise: Building Registered Apprenticeship Programs COMPONENT #3: ON-THE-JOB LEARNING AND WORK PROCESSES From looking at the job description, what skills, tasks, and competencies could be learned on-the-job? What ways could the on-the-job learning be structured in relationship to the related technical instruction above? Maher & Maher 34

35 Hands-on Exercise: Building Registered Apprenticeship Programs COMPONENT #4: WAGE REWARDS FOR SKILL GAINS What are the various ways to structure wage gains throughout a registered apprenticeship? How are they determined and by who? From looking at the job description, create a wage scale for the registered apprenticeship and be able to defend it. Maher & Maher 35

36 Hands-on Exercise: Building Registered Apprenticeship Programs COMPONENT #5: NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS What are the various types of nationally recognized credentials that could be obtained by participating in a registered apprenticeship? Who can provide these? From looking at the job description, identify what credentials could be earned during and upon completion of a designed registered apprenticeship. Maher & Maher 36

37 Panel Discussion Commissioner Thomas J. Meighen Division of Labor and Industry Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation Grant Shmelzer, Executive Director Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) Chesapeake Matt Stubbs, Program Manager Project JumpStart Job Opportunities Task Force (JOTF) Maher & Maher 37

38 Business Engagement 101 Using the apprenticeship model as a key strategy in meeting the needs of business: The increased emphasis on work-based learning and business engagement in WIOA provides a new opportunity for the workforce system to integrate apprenticeship into its business services. Since employers are at the center of the model, apprenticeship automatically brings industry to the table. Therefore, apprenticeship aligns perfectly with sector strategies, industry partnerships, and other investments in meeting the needs of the business community Maher & Maher 38

39 Employer Focused State Apprenticeship Agencies Workforce System Economic Development Community Colleges Employers Labor Organizations Foundations Community Organizations Local Education (K-12) Maher & Maher 39

40 State the Problem Start with a problem statement not a solution Define it in terms of their business challenge Use business language Research their business (website, job openings) Ask questions, seek to understand How have they solved their challenge (recruitment, on-boarding, internal training, mentoring) Maher & Maher 40

41 Describe RA as What They Do Talk their language - use terms familiar to them Inventory what they already do Outreach = recruitment Competencies = job descriptions / responsibilities RTI = internal training / external education OJL = mentoring, supervision, performance reviews Stepped up wages = merit performance increases Maher & Maher 41

42 Make the Business Case for RA Set forth the ROI involved with RA Compare traditional vs. RA hire models Highlight important factors: Stepped up wages vs. full wages Recruitment costs / hiring incentives State / federal subsidies (tax credits, workforce development grants, WIOA ITAs and OJTs) Emphasis retention and attrition Maher & Maher 42

43 Hands-on Exercise: Business Engagement COMPONENT #1: IDENTIFY A POTENTIAL EMPLOYER Using the laptop provided (or your cell phones), work together to look up a company that you might like to work with or have responsibility for approaching and tell us: What industry sector does the company belong to and what products/services does the company produce or sell? From the website, what can you identify about this company s workforce? What type of workers and skills do you think they need? Maher & Maher 43

44 Hands-on Exercise: Business Engagement COMPONENT #2: IDENTIFY COMPETENCIES AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS Choose one employer and identify: What job positions are currently being posted by the employer (pick one)? What competencies are required for the job based on the job posting? What education levels/credentials are required for the job based on the job posting? Maher & Maher 44

45 Hands-on Exercise: Business Engagement COMPONENT #3: FORMULATING YOUR INQUIRY AND EMPLOYER QUESTIONS Based on the research you have done in steps #1 and #2, create 5-10 questions that you would ask this employer about their workforce needs and current hiring and training strategies? Remember to cover the areas in the basic components of apprenticeship in your questions employer role, related instruction, on-the-job learning, wage gains, and credential attainment. Maher & Maher 45

46 Hands-on Exercise: Business Engagement COMPONENT #4: PROBLEM STATEMENT FRAMING THE EMPLOYER S WORKFORCE CHALLENGE Using what you learned in the previous steps (and supplemental information provided), state the employer s workforce development challenge. Maher & Maher 46

47 Hands-on Exercise: Business Engagement COMPONENT #5: CLOSING THE DEAL USING REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP AS THE SOLUTION Develop a sales pitch that would convince an employer to take the next steps in utilizing registered apprenticeship as a strategy for developing its future workforce. Maher & Maher 47

48 Technical Assistance Resources ApprenticeshipUSA Toolkit A comprehensive set of tools and resources for the public workforce system and partners to launch or expand apprenticeship strategies. Learn Implement Build Maher & Maher 48

49 Technical Assistance Resources Guide for Business Service Representatives Business Outreach Fact Sheet Maher & Maher 49

50 Maher & Maher 50

51 Resources ApprenticeshipUSA website: List of DOL Office of Apprenticeship staff: Standards Builder, to register a program: Federal Playbook, for other federal resources for Registered Apprenticeship: List of Apprenticeable Occupations: Quick Start Toolkit: Apprenticeship USA toolkit 21st Century Apprenticeship: Employers Playbook to Building an Apprenticeship Program Employer s Playbook Area College or Community College join the RACC (Registered Apprenticeship College Consortium) Maher & Maher 51

52 Questions & Discussion Maher & Maher 52

53 Maher & Maher completed this project with federal funds, under contract number DOLQ121A21932 DOL-ETA-15-U-00009, from the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration. The contents of this publication do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. Maher & Maher is a specialized change management and talentdevelopment consulting firm focused on advancing the collaboration between workforce, education and economic development. Maher & Maher 53

54 Gerry Ghazi Ghazi Associates Amy Young Maher & Maher Maher & Maher 54

WHO, WHAT, WHEN AND HOW:

WHO, WHAT, WHEN AND HOW: WHO, WHAT, WHEN AND HOW: ADDING APPRENTICESHIP TO YOUR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT TOOLKIT Ron Painter, National Association of Workforce Boards Eric Seleznow, Jobs for the Future August 17, 2017 TODAY S AGENDA

More information

I. Apprenticeship Basics What is Registered Apprenticeship? How is an apprenticeship different from other job training, education and

I. Apprenticeship Basics What is Registered Apprenticeship? How is an apprenticeship different from other job training, education and I. Apprenticeship Basics... 2 1. What is Registered Apprenticeship?... 2 2. How is an apprenticeship different from other job training, education and work-based training programs?... 2 3. Is an apprenticeship

More information

Registered Apprenticeship Program Registration Process

Registered Apprenticeship Program Registration Process Registered Apprenticeship Program Registration Process ABOUT JOBS FOR THE FUTURE Jobs for the Future (JFF) works with our partners to design and drive the adoption of education and career pathways leading

More information

A Toolkit for. Registered Apprenticeship in Healthcare

A Toolkit for. Registered Apprenticeship in Healthcare A Toolkit for Registered Apprenticeship in Healthcare March 8, 2017 A Toolkit for Registered Apprenticeship in Healthcare Registered Apprenticeship is a relatively new training model in the healthcare

More information

APPRENTICESHIP. Apprentice Employer Training Program Sponsor Warren County Career Center Your Local Educational Agency. Page 1

APPRENTICESHIP. Apprentice Employer Training Program Sponsor Warren County Career Center Your Local Educational Agency. Page 1 APPRENTICESHIP Apprentice Employer Training Program Sponsor Warren County Career Center Your Local Educational Agency Page 1 Table of Contents Statement of Purpose....2 What is an Apprenticeship?...3 What

More information

PROMISING PRACTICES IN APPRENTICESHIPS: AN IMPLEMENTATION MODEL FROM MIIA

PROMISING PRACTICES IN APPRENTICESHIPS: AN IMPLEMENTATION MODEL FROM MIIA MAKE IT! A CASE STUDY ON APPRENTICESHIPS for H- 1B MAKE IT IN AMERICA GRANTS PROMISING PRACTICES IN APPRENTICESHIPS: AN IMPLEMENTATION MODEL FROM MIIA Introduction Make it in America (MIIA) grantee, the

More information

Stakeholder Consultation. Employment and Training Administration Department of Labor (DOL) DRAFT Strategic Plan FY

Stakeholder Consultation. Employment and Training Administration Department of Labor (DOL) DRAFT Strategic Plan FY Stakeholder Consultation Employment and Training Administration Department of Labor (DOL) DRAFT Strategic Plan FY 2010-2016 March 8, 2010 1 Employment and Training Administration Overview Employment and

More information

West Virginia University Compensation Strategy Non-classified Employees August, 2015

West Virginia University Compensation Strategy Non-classified Employees August, 2015 West Virginia University Compensation Strategy Non-classified Employees August, 2015 Background: Mission - West Virginia University s primary mission is to provide high-quality programs of instruction

More information

Job-Driven NEG Grantee Webinar

Job-Driven NEG Grantee Webinar Job-Driven NEG Grantee Webinar Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity Office of Employment & Training Welcomes you to this webinar October 16, 2014 Please remember questions may be placed

More information

CAREER PATHWAYS: SIX KEY ELEMENTS

CAREER PATHWAYS: SIX KEY ELEMENTS CAREER PATHWAYS: SIX KEY ELEMENTS DEFINITION & FRAMEWORK Career Pathways Definition The term career pathway programs means a clear sequence of education coursework and/or training credentials that include

More information

Subcontractor Pre-Qualification Form

Subcontractor Pre-Qualification Form Subcontractor Pre-Qualification Form Page 1 of 3 Today s Date (MO/DAY/YEAR): / / Person Completing Form: Company Information Company Name: Company Website: President/Owner/Partner Name: Other Contact Name/Title:

More information

NIWA PY 17 One Stop Operator & WIOA Career Services RFP Questions and Answers as of

NIWA PY 17 One Stop Operator & WIOA Career Services RFP Questions and Answers as of NIWA PY 17 One Stop Operator & WIOA Career Services RFP Questions and Answers as of 1.23.17 Questions prior to 1.18.17 Bidder s Meeting 1. Q: Is performance data available for the last complete program

More information

Employer Engagement Assessment Instrument

Employer Engagement Assessment Instrument Employer Engagement Assessment Instrument September 2013 Produced by Coffey Consulting, LLC for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Office of Workforce Investment, Division

More information

NATIONAL SKILLS COALITION COMMENTS ON OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPAND U.S. APPRENTICESHIP

NATIONAL SKILLS COALITION COMMENTS ON OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPAND U.S. APPRENTICESHIP NATIONAL SKILLS COALITION COMMENTS ON OPPORTUNITIES TO EXPAND U.S. APPRENTICESHIP A Response to the Presidential Executive Order Expanding Apprenticeships in America October 2017 Introduction In anticipation

More information

Union County Workforce Development Board Strategic Local Plan

Union County Workforce Development Board Strategic Local Plan Comprehensive report issued by SETC as required by WIOA 30 day Public Comment period required Due to State on December 15, 2016 Must align with State and Regional Plan Goals of New Jersey s Talent Development

More information

Making a Market for Competency-Based Credentials

Making a Market for Competency-Based Credentials Making a Market for Competency-Based Credentials Executive Summary Making a Market for Competency-Based Credentials 2 Acknowledgments This report is part of a multi-year commitment by Corporation for a

More information

WIOA Youth Bidders Conference. Presented by Miriam Martin Youth Initiatives Manager (WSW)

WIOA Youth Bidders Conference. Presented by Miriam Martin Youth Initiatives Manager (WSW) WIOA Youth Bidders Conference Presented by Miriam Martin Youth Initiatives Manager (WSW) 1 Presentation Overview What we will cover today includes: 1 Overview of Workforce Southwest Washington 6 Youth

More information

THE STATE OF APPRENTICESHIP AMONG WORKFORCE BOARDS

THE STATE OF APPRENTICESHIP AMONG WORKFORCE BOARDS Terri Bergman & Deborah Kobes THE STATE OF APPRENTICESHIP AMONG WORKFORCE BOARDS Workforce boards and the apprenticeship system share the same fundamental goals: they connect workers to economic opportunity

More information

Service Workers with Limited Foundational Skills:

Service Workers with Limited Foundational Skills: Service Workers with Limited Foundational Skills: What New Data Tells Us & How Employers and Policymakers Can Respond Webinar March 16, 2017 Welcome & Introduction Amanda Bergson-Shilcock Director of Upskilling

More information

CAREER PATHWAYS TOOLKIT:

CAREER PATHWAYS TOOLKIT: CAREER PATHWAYS TOOLKIT: An Enhanced Guide and Workbook for System Development ELEMENT FOUR: #DOLU141A22202 CAREER PATHWAYS TOOLKIT: An Enhanced Guide and Workbook for System Development OCTOBER 2016 This

More information

Wage record access and use

Wage record access and use To: U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. Department of Education From: Workforce Data Quality Campaign Re: Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Date: June 12, 2015

More information

Best Practices in Nontraditional Outreach and Recruitment. Women in Apprenticeship & Nontraditional Occupations

Best Practices in Nontraditional Outreach and Recruitment. Women in Apprenticeship & Nontraditional Occupations Best Practices in Nontraditional Outreach and Recruitment Women in Apprenticeship & Nontraditional Occupations JOHN V. LADD ADMINISTRATOR, OFFICE OF APPRENTICESHIP U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR The Women in

More information

WORKFORCE CENTRAL APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATION To become a WorkSource Pierce Partner Affiliate Site

WORKFORCE CENTRAL APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATION To become a WorkSource Pierce Partner Affiliate Site WORKFORCE CENTRAL APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATION To become a WorkSource Pierce Partner Affiliate Site To be Submitted to the Pierce County Workforce Development Council Quality Assurance and Certification

More information

Minnesota Workforce Council Association WIOA Rulemaking Recommendations DRAFT 5: October 23, 2014

Minnesota Workforce Council Association WIOA Rulemaking Recommendations DRAFT 5: October 23, 2014 Minnesota Workforce Council Association WIOA Rulemaking Recommendations DRAFT 5: October 23, 2014 The Minnesota Workforce Council Association (MWCA) represents the collective interests of the Chief Local

More information

Arapahoe/Douglas Workforce Development Board

Arapahoe/Douglas Workforce Development Board Arapahoe/Douglas Workforce Development Board Strategic Priorities and Vision, Mission, Values Program Years 2015-2017 The Arapahoe/Douglas Workforce Development Board is dedicated to identifying and promoting

More information

Federal Policy Webinar Unpacking the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) June 3, 2014

Federal Policy Webinar Unpacking the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) June 3, 2014 Federal Policy Webinar Unpacking the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) June 3, 2014 Our Vision We seek an America that grows its economy by investing in its people, so that every worker and

More information

CareerSource Polk WIOA Orientation

CareerSource Polk WIOA Orientation CareerSource Polk WIOA Orientation Part 1 CareerSource Polk Center Orientation CareerSource Polk s mission is to be an innovative leader to ensure and sustain a quality workforce for today and the future.

More information

CareerSource Florida Board Meeting February 8, 2017

CareerSource Florida Board Meeting February 8, 2017 CareerSource Florida Board Meeting February 8, 2017 Welcome & Introduction Britt Sikes Chairman Chairman s Remarks Britt Sikes Chairman Thank You to Our Sponsors PLATINUM SILVER GOLD Consent Item Approval

More information

Utility Industry Workforce Initiative. David Foster, U.S. Department of Energy

Utility Industry Workforce Initiative. David Foster, U.S. Department of Energy Utility Industry Workforce Initiative David Foster, U.S. Department of Energy Mission To facilitate the transition of service members, veterans, and military spouses into careers in the utility industry.

More information

Using the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Employment Codes in the One- Stop Service Tracking (OSST) System

Using the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Employment Codes in the One- Stop Service Tracking (OSST) System Using the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Employment Codes in the One- Stop Service Tracking (OSST) System To assist the Regional Workforce Boards (RWBs) with recording and tracking Welfare Transition (WT)

More information

OMB CONTROL: NEW Expires: XX-XX-XXXX ATTACHMENT 2

OMB CONTROL: NEW Expires: XX-XX-XXXX ATTACHMENT 2 DATA ELEMENT NO. E1 E2 E3 E4 WIOA Effectiveness in Serving s Data Elements: Penetration Rate & Repeat Business DATA DATA ELEMENT TYPE/ DATA ELEMENT DEFINITIONS/INSTRUCTIONS NAME FIELD LENGTH Penetration

More information

Workforce Terms and Definitions

Workforce Terms and Definitions Workforce Terms and Definitions WIOA Youth Specific Advanced Training - An occupational skills employment/training program, not funded under Title I of the WIOA, which does not duplicate training received

More information

AAI Success Factor Workshop Building Stronger Industry Partnerships

AAI Success Factor Workshop Building Stronger Industry Partnerships AAI Success Factor Workshop Building Stronger Industry Partnerships The webinar will begin shortly. AAI Success Factor Workshop Building Stronger Industry Partnerships Monday, May 15, 2017 3:00pm EST Housekeeping

More information

Workforce Development Strategic Plan

Workforce Development Strategic Plan Workforce Investment Boards ~ Virginia s Community College System ~ Virginia Department of Labor and Industry ~ Virginia Employment Workforce Development Strategic Plan Department of Aging and Rehabilitative

More information

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY VALUES AND PRIORITIES VISION MISSION

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY VALUES AND PRIORITIES VISION MISSION EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The New Hampshire Workforce Innovation Board (WIB) and all of its partners have developed this Combined State Plan to show its dedication to a high quality workforce system that meets

More information

This tool will help educational

This tool will help educational Jobs to Careers National Program Office Educational Institution and Workforce Intermediary Self-Assessment: Organizational Readiness for Implementing a Work-Based Learning or Career Pathways Program c/o

More information

Youth Apprenticeship at NEW Water. Scott Thompson Operations Trainer

Youth Apprenticeship at NEW Water. Scott Thompson Operations Trainer Youth Apprenticeship at NEW Water Scott Thompson Operations Trainer Work-Based Learning Wisconsin s Youth Apprenticeship Program Employer driven, Student tested, Successfully proven WHAT is YA? Statewide

More information

How to Use the Career Pathways Planning Assessment Tool

How to Use the Career Pathways Planning Assessment Tool How to Use the Career Pathways Planning Assessment Tool The assessment tool is organized under the Six Key Elements of Career Pathways Framework and includes corresponding indicators that are components

More information

Toronto Sector Skills Academy

Toronto Sector Skills Academy Toronto Sector Skills Academy GUIDELINES & 2018 APPLICATION Introduction For low-income people who are seeking to enter or to advance in today s labour market, the challenges are profound. Effective, coordinated,

More information

North Central Counties Consortium is a proud partner of America s Job Center of California SM

North Central Counties Consortium is a proud partner of America s Job Center of California SM North Central Counties Consortium is a proud partner of America s Job Center of California SM 1 WIOA WIOA Funding NCCC Organizational Structure Boards/NCCC Admin Office Responsibilities WIOA Service Delivery

More information

The Department for Business Innovation & Skills. The Future of Apprenticeships in England: Next Steps from the Richard Review

The Department for Business Innovation & Skills. The Future of Apprenticeships in England: Next Steps from the Richard Review The Chartered Institute of Building submission to the The Department for Business Innovation & Skills On the consultation on The Future of Apprenticeships in England: Next Steps from the Richard Review

More information

One-Stop Site Operators WorkSource Spokane: ESD and CPS (ESD lead) Next Generation Zone: NEWESD101, Goodwill, CPS (NEWESD101 lead)

One-Stop Site Operators WorkSource Spokane: ESD and CPS (ESD lead) Next Generation Zone: NEWESD101, Goodwill, CPS (NEWESD101 lead) STATEMENT OF WORK/WORK PLAN OPERATORS CONSORTIUM WORK PLAN AND ONE-STOP OPERATOR AGREEMENT PROGRAM YEAR 2015-2016 Spokane Workforce Consortium (Consortium) Members Career Path Services (CPS), Employment

More information

Develop Confidence in Your Degree Decisions Activity

Develop Confidence in Your Degree Decisions Activity Develop Confidence in Your Degree Decisions Activity To help you become knowledgeable in the career planning process, the Career Center has developed the following plan to set you on your way. After completing

More information

An innovative labor-management partnership model, integrating systems and braiding funding sources to help get the long-term unemployed back to work

An innovative labor-management partnership model, integrating systems and braiding funding sources to help get the long-term unemployed back to work District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund Breslin Learning Center 100 South Broad Street, 10 th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19110 (215) 568-2220 1199ctraining.org CASE STUDY Community Health Worker Apprenticeship:

More information

Accelerating Work-Based Learning October 15-17, Keystone, Colorado

Accelerating Work-Based Learning October 15-17, Keystone, Colorado Accelerating Work-Based Learning October 15-17, Keystone, Colorado In Colorado we are accelerating our work toward creating world-class, industry-led, talent development systems to provide businesses with

More information

GOAL AREA: Economy & Jobs

GOAL AREA: Economy & Jobs Introduction GOAL AREA: Economy & Jobs Create equitably shared prosperity and access to quality jobs The 6 objectives of STAR s Economy & Jobs Goal Area work together to promote equitably shared prosperity

More information

INTERNSHIP CENTRAL A HANDBOOK FOR EMPLOYERS

INTERNSHIP CENTRAL A HANDBOOK FOR EMPLOYERS INTERNSHIP CENTRAL A HANDBOOK FOR EMPLOYERS GCP Contacts SHANA MARBURY General Counsel and Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and Research 216.592.2249 smarbury@gcpartnership.com ANGELA FINDING Director

More information

The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership Business Intermediary Services WIA Pre-Submittal Conference. October 11, 2012

The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership Business Intermediary Services WIA Pre-Submittal Conference. October 11, 2012 The Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership Business Intermediary Services WIA Pre-Submittal Conference October 11, 2012 Agenda 2 Welcome and Overview Introduction of Staff Mission/Goals of General Proposal

More information

Outcome-driven Business Services in the Workforce Development System!

Outcome-driven Business Services in the Workforce Development System! Outcome-driven Business Services in the Workforce Development System! September 14, 2011 Audio Dial-In Information 866.740.1260 Access Code: 9324100 Closed Captioning For closed captioning of this webinar,

More information

External and Internal Analyses. External and Internal Analyses. Nature of an Internal Audit. Key Internal Forces. Basis for objectives & strategies:

External and Internal Analyses. External and Internal Analyses. Nature of an Internal Audit. Key Internal Forces. Basis for objectives & strategies: Comprehensive Strategic Management Model External Audit External and Internal Analyses Vision & Mission Statements Chapter 2 Chapter Long-Term Objectives Chapter 5 Internal Audit Chapter 4 Generate, Evaluate,

More information

GREATER RHODE ISLAND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD

GREATER RHODE ISLAND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD 1 GREATER RHODE ISLAND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) FOR: ONE STOP OPERATOR SERVICES OR ONE STOP OPERATOR SERVICES AND PROVIDER OF ADULT AND DISLOCATED WORKER PROGRAMS AND SERVICES

More information

ETA Sector Strategies Technical Assistance Initiative: STATE SUPPORT FOR SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS: A GUIDE FOR ACTION

ETA Sector Strategies Technical Assistance Initiative: STATE SUPPORT FOR SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS: A GUIDE FOR ACTION ETA Sector Strategies Technical Assistance Initiative: STATE SUPPORT FOR SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS: A GUIDE FOR ACTION 11 About This Brief This resource is part of a series of integrated briefs to help workforce

More information

Social Procurement Policy

Social Procurement Policy Purpose and Policy Statement Social Procurement Policy To embed supply chain diversity and workforce development initiatives within the City's Procurement Processes to drive inclusive economic growth.

More information

Training and Development

Training and Development Training and Development At Glatfelter, our most important assets are our PEOPLE. We understand that, in order for our company to innovate, manage through change and continuously improve, we must help

More information

Illinois Workforce Innovation Board Strategic Plan Phase I Report

Illinois Workforce Innovation Board Strategic Plan Phase I Report Illinois Workforce Innovation Board Strategic Plan Phase I Report Lake Land College Matton, Illinois June 15, 2017 Maher and Maher Presentation Title 1 Our Objectives Provide an overview of the IL Strategic

More information

Why a Skills Acquisition Strategy is Critical to Filling Skill Gaps

Why a Skills Acquisition Strategy is Critical to Filling Skill Gaps Why a Skills Acquisition Strategy is Critical to Filling Skill Gaps Tips for the webinar Training Industry Our Speaker Ray Rike President, Simplilearn Americas Agenda The Total Cost of Talent Acquisition

More information

CITY OF OAKLAND OFFICE OF ECONOMIC AND WORKFOCE DEVELOPMENT OAKLAND WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD

CITY OF OAKLAND OFFICE OF ECONOMIC AND WORKFOCE DEVELOPMENT OAKLAND WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD CITY OF OAKLAND OFFICE OF ECONOMIC AND WORKFOCE DEVELOPMENT OAKLAND WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD DIRECTIVE No: 12-001 TO: WIA Service Providers EFFECTIVE: July 1, 2012 SUBJECT: Training Services Policies

More information

Council on Workforce Investment (CWI) Talent Development Scorecard

Council on Workforce Investment (CWI) Talent Development Scorecard Council on Workforce Investment (CWI) Talent Development Scorecard Industry & Sector Strategies Definition: Employer demand by industry and/or sector for current and future talent requirements and projections

More information

Apprenticeships: Growing Innovative Opportunities for Students NSF ATE PI CONFERENCE OCTOBER 24, 2017

Apprenticeships: Growing Innovative Opportunities for Students NSF ATE PI CONFERENCE OCTOBER 24, 2017 Apprenticeships: Growing Innovative Opportunities for Students NSF ATE PI CONFERENCE OCTOBER 24, 2017 Panel Members Barbara Murray Executive Director, TransPORTs Michelle Norgren PI, VESTA Guy St. John

More information

North Carolina WIOA Leadership Resources. North Carolina Professional Development Series. WIOA Partners

North Carolina WIOA Leadership Resources. North Carolina Professional Development Series. WIOA Partners North Carolina WIOA Leadership Resources North Carolina Professional Development Series WIOA Partners Who are the required WIOA Partners? 1. Programs authorized under WIOA Title I I. Adults; II. Dislocated

More information

TOTAL COMPENSATION POLICY STATEMENT APPLICABILITY GENERAL PROVISION

TOTAL COMPENSATION POLICY STATEMENT APPLICABILITY GENERAL PROVISION POLICY STATEMENT The University of St. Thomas values its employees as the most vital resource for advancing its mission and programs. Through the total compensation program, the University strives to accomplish

More information

Pillar 4: Workforce Goal: To increase alignment of workforce supply with employer demand Supply & Demand

Pillar 4: Workforce Goal: To increase alignment of workforce supply with employer demand Supply & Demand 2014 Strategic Plan: Workforce Supply & Demand Action Action Item Partner Responsible Due Date Related Activities/ Existing Resources Resources Needed Pillar 4: Workforce Goal: To increase alignment of

More information

UCSD CAREER CONNECTION Program

UCSD CAREER CONNECTION Program UCSD CAREER CONNECTION Program WELCOME TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT PLAN Co-sponsored by Equal Opportunity/Staff Affirmative Action and Employment & Community Outreach Services career@ucsd.edu,

More information

Instruction Guide. Recruitment Checklist: Faculty

Instruction Guide. Recruitment Checklist: Faculty A well-organized search will help the hiring authority and those participating as members of the search committee to comply with the University of Florida faculty recruitment policies and procedures and

More information

Summary. Use of this Document. Recommendations for Employer Support of Trainees. Recommendations for Employer Support of Trainees

Summary. Use of this Document. Recommendations for Employer Support of Trainees. Recommendations for Employer Support of Trainees Summary Recommendations for employers to hire, train and promote HVAC trainees to acquire necessary skills and other elements of best practices. Bibliography. Finalized: July 13, 2016 Use of this Document

More information

Appendix A WORK PROCESS SCHEDULE AND RELATED INSTRUCTION OUTLINE

Appendix A WORK PROCESS SCHEDULE AND RELATED INSTRUCTION OUTLINE Appendix A WORK PROCESS SCHEDULE AND RELATED INSTRUCTION OUTLINE Appendix A WORK PROCESS SCHEDULE OCCUPATION TITLE: CARPENTER O*NET-SOC CODE: 47-2031.00 RAPIDS CODE: 0067 This schedule is attached to and

More information

Getting Ready for Employment: Pre-Employment Service and the IEP Transition Plan

Getting Ready for Employment: Pre-Employment Service and the IEP Transition Plan Creating coherence and alignment for success Getting Ready for Employment: Pre-Employment Service and the IEP Transition Plan Presented by: Sue Walter October 24, 2017 The 21 st century demands that employees

More information

Job Posting Flyer. Job Title. Leadership Program Manager, Corporate College. Vice President, Solutions Management. Number of Openings 1

Job Posting Flyer. Job Title. Leadership Program Manager, Corporate College. Vice President, Solutions Management. Number of Openings 1 Job Posting Flyer Posting Information FINAL DRAFT Job Title Department Name Campus or Location Vacancy Number Reports To Recruitment Type Job Category Position Type Leadership Program Manager, Corporate

More information

LEADing Career Resources. Labor & Economic Analysis Division NC Dept. of Commerce

LEADing Career Resources. Labor & Economic Analysis Division NC Dept. of Commerce LEADing Career Resources Labor & Economic Analysis Division NC Dept. of Commerce Which questions sound familiar? How much will I need to make to live a certain lifestyle? What are the best career options

More information

If this brochure doesn t make you confident in manufacturing careers, have a conversation with a local manufacturer. Tell them the action steps

If this brochure doesn t make you confident in manufacturing careers, have a conversation with a local manufacturer. Tell them the action steps If this brochure doesn t make you confident in manufacturing careers, have a conversation with a local manufacturer. Tell them the action steps suggested in this brochure and hear their response. They

More information

Tulsa Area Workforce Development Board, Inc. Proudly serving Creek, Osage, Pawnee and Tulsa Counties in Oklahoma. Incentive Policy

Tulsa Area Workforce Development Board, Inc. Proudly serving Creek, Osage, Pawnee and Tulsa Counties in Oklahoma. Incentive Policy Tulsa Area Workforce Development Board, Inc. Proudly serving Creek, Osage, Pawnee and Tulsa Counties in Oklahoma Incentive Policy Board Approved: 02/16/2017 907 S. Detroit, Tulsa OK 74120 Phone: 918-595-8913

More information

Florida s Employment First Multi- Agency Long- Term Communications Plan October 2014

Florida s Employment First Multi- Agency Long- Term Communications Plan October 2014 Florida s Employment First Multi- Agency Long- Term Communications Plan October 2014 This is a long- term communications plan as part of Florida s Employment First Initiative to advance employment opportunities

More information

Illinois Integrated Regional Planning Project. October 22, 2015

Illinois Integrated Regional Planning Project. October 22, 2015 Illinois Integrated Regional Planning Project October 22, 2015 Welcome Julio Rodriguez, Deputy Director of Employment and Training, Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity 2 Timing and

More information

Staff Position Management Guidelines

Staff Position Management Guidelines Staff Position Management Guidelines PURPOSE AND FRAMEWORK To ensure USC is exercising the highest levels of responsible stewardship and accountability for managing its staff and related resources, the

More information

The State of Career Technical Education Employer Engagement in CTE

The State of Career Technical Education Employer Engagement in CTE The State of Career Technical Education Employer Engagement in CTE Thank You to Our Webinar Host For Today s Webinar Why focus on employer engagement? Major findings Federal policy State policy Types of

More information

For the purposes of this AEL Letter, AEL grantees are entities that receive AEL funds from the Texas Workforce Commission.

For the purposes of this AEL Letter, AEL grantees are entities that receive AEL funds from the Texas Workforce Commission. TEXAS WORKFORCE COMMISSION Adult Education and Literacy Letter ID/No: AEL 03-17 Date: August 11, 2017 Keywords: Effective: AEL; Fiscal Administration; WIOA Immediately To: From: Subject: Adult Education

More information

Finding the Sweet Spot: Using Apprenticeships to Enhance Operational Success

Finding the Sweet Spot: Using Apprenticeships to Enhance Operational Success Finding the Sweet Spot: Using Apprenticeships to Enhance Operational Success Why Have an Apprenticeship Program? Maintenance Trades Career Path for PWD Shortage of talent pool Aging workforce Competitive

More information

Performance Standards For Seeondary School Vocational Education SUMMARY

Performance Standards For Seeondary School Vocational Education SUMMARY Performance Standards For Seeondary School Vocational Education SUMMARY To assist Congress in preparing for the reauthorization of the Carl D. Perkins Vocational Education Act, OTA was asked to examine

More information

SECTOR INTERMEDIARIES

SECTOR INTERMEDIARIES ETA Sector Strategies Technical Assistance Initiative: WORKFORCE BOARDS AS SECTOR INTERMEDIARIES About This Brief This resource is part of a series of integrated briefs to help workforce practitioners

More information

Apprenticeship Programs: Changes. to Equal Employment Opportunity. Regulations. Joint Apprenticeship Training Programs

Apprenticeship Programs: Changes. to Equal Employment Opportunity. Regulations. Joint Apprenticeship Training Programs Insights on recent legal developments and trends affecting Joint Apprenticeship Training Programs Volume 2016-1, January In This Issue New Proposed Regulations for New Proposed Regulations for Apprenticeship

More information

Illinois JTED-SNAP Pilot Project

Illinois JTED-SNAP Pilot Project Illinois JTED-SNAP Pilot Project Bidders Conference Illinois Partnership of: Department of Human Services (DHS) and Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

More information

STATE LEVEL WORKSHOP 101

STATE LEVEL WORKSHOP 101 STATE LEVEL WORKSHOP 101 The State s Crucial Role in Seeding and Supporting Sector Partnerships May 19, 2016 1 MEET OUR PRESENTER Policy Analyst National Governors Association 2 WHERE ARE YOU? Enter your

More information

University Hospitals. Key strategies employed

University Hospitals. Key strategies employed Case Study 1 University Hospitals Cleveland, Ohio University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center 1032-bed tertiary medical center Employees: 8,000 (24,000 system wide) Key strategies employed Designate

More information

CAREER READINESS MANUFACTURING A WAY TO

CAREER READINESS MANUFACTURING A WAY TO MANUFACTURING A WAY TO CAREER READINESS CNA Education examined how employers in a high-wage, high-growth industry advanced manufacturing determine the readiness and additional training needs of job applicants

More information

Finding the Key to Sales Excellence: What Do High Performers Look Like?

Finding the Key to Sales Excellence: What Do High Performers Look Like? Finding the Key to Sales Excellence: What Do High Performers Look Like? Nicholas T. Miller, President, Clarity Advantage Corporation Charles Wendel, President, Financial Institutions Consulting he value

More information

DIVERSITY. Strategic Plan. Office of Institute Diversity. Achieving Inclusive Excellence

DIVERSITY. Strategic Plan. Office of Institute Diversity. Achieving Inclusive Excellence DIVERSITY Office of Institute Diversity Strategic Plan Achieving Inclusive Excellence From the Vice President Achieving Inclusive Excellence A Strategic Vision and Plan for the Office of Institute Diversity

More information

Employees with Disabilities: Recruitment, Hiring and Training. March 7, 2012

Employees with Disabilities: Recruitment, Hiring and Training. March 7, 2012 Employees with Disabilities: Recruitment, Hiring and Training March 7, 2012 Objectives Learn about the importance of accessibility in the recruitment, hiring and training of employees with disabilities

More information

Native Education & Training College 90 Division Street North Bay ON P1B 8Z4 Toll Free: ~ Fax: Website:

Native Education & Training College 90 Division Street North Bay ON P1B 8Z4 Toll Free: ~ Fax: Website: Native Education & Training College 90 Division Street North Bay ON P1B 8Z4 Toll Free: 1.800.267.2577 ~ Fax: 705.497.7839 Website: www.nativetc.com Apprenticeship Training Apprenticeship Training is available

More information

2017 Recruiter Sentiment Study

2017 Recruiter Sentiment Study 2017 Recruiter Sentiment Study with Insights from and Candidates Conducted by The Martec Group MRINetwork.com/Recruiter-Sentiment-Study CONTENTS SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS 3 JOB OPENINGS TODAY What is Causing Job

More information

Chautauqua County. Functional Alignment: The Delivery of WIA Title IB and Wagner-Peyser Workforce Funds

Chautauqua County. Functional Alignment: The Delivery of WIA Title IB and Wagner-Peyser Workforce Funds Chautauqua County Functional Alignment: The Delivery of WIA Title IB and Wagner-Peyser Workforce Funds April 2006 - Chautauqua County - (Technical Assistance Advisory #06-3) 1 Narrative Section 1. Describe

More information

Federal Law Update. The New FLSA Overtime Exemption Rules. AIM HR Solutions. Presented by : Russ Sullivan. www. aim net. org

Federal Law Update. The New FLSA Overtime Exemption Rules. AIM HR Solutions. Presented by : Russ Sullivan. www. aim net. org Federal Law Update The New FLSA Overtime Exemption Rules Presented by : Russ Sullivan AIM HR Solutions @AIMHRSolutions #AIMHR blog.aimnet.org www. aim net. org 617. 262. 1180 Session Overview Challenges

More information

FLSA Resource Guide. October Cascade Employers Association

FLSA Resource Guide. October Cascade Employers Association FLSA Resource Guide This guide is intended to help you comply with new rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act regarding overtime and employee classifications. October 2016 Cascade Employers Association

More information

COLLABORATION AND INTEGRATION: Transformative Services for Out-of-School Youth

COLLABORATION AND INTEGRATION: Transformative Services for Out-of-School Youth COLLABORATION AND INTEGRATION: Transformative Services for Out-of-School Youth Presented by: Chicago Cook Workforce Partnership City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Spokane Area Workforce

More information

Executive Summary Job Driven NEG Self-Assessment. Coordination Services Site Visit Luzerne/Schuylkill Workforce Investment Area

Executive Summary Job Driven NEG Self-Assessment. Coordination Services Site Visit Luzerne/Schuylkill Workforce Investment Area Executive Summary Job Driven NEG Self-Assessment Coordination Services Site Visit Luzerne/Schuylkill Workforce Investment Area LWIB LWIB Site Visitation Performance Dashboard Enrollments Expenditures Actual

More information

One Call, Job Seeker and Business Services RFP

One Call, Job Seeker and Business Services RFP One Call, Job Seeker and Business Services RFP 1. With regards to the Request for Proposal for Job Seeker Services is there an option to bid on WIOA Adult and WIOA DLW only or must a contractor provide

More information

9/21/2017. How Do You: Objectives: Achieve a competitive advantage by aligning human capital practices with a Talent Development Strategy?

9/21/2017. How Do You: Objectives: Achieve a competitive advantage by aligning human capital practices with a Talent Development Strategy? Achieving a Competitive Advantage with Human Capital Talent Development Strategies 1 How Do You: Achieve a competitive advantage by aligning human capital practices with a Talent Development Strategy?

More information

Launching successful women s initiatives in your firm

Launching successful women s initiatives in your firm AICPA Women s Initiatives Executive Committee Frequently asked questions Launching successful women s initiatives in your firm Why it matters Why should leaders care about gender diversity? Developing

More information

Action Item 1 REGIONAL TARGETED OCCUPATIONS LIST POLICY * * * * * * * * * * *

Action Item 1 REGIONAL TARGETED OCCUPATIONS LIST POLICY * * * * * * * * * * * Action Item 1 Workforce Florida Board of Directors Quarterly Meeting November 7, 2013 Approved Disapproved REGIONAL TARGETED OCCUPATIONS LIST POLICY * * * * * * * * * * * Goal The Workforce Florida Board

More information

HRM. Human Resource Management Rapid Assessment Tool. A Guide for Strengthening HRM Systems. for Health Organizations. 2nd edition

HRM. Human Resource Management Rapid Assessment Tool. A Guide for Strengthening HRM Systems. for Health Organizations. 2nd edition HRM Human Resource Management Rapid Assessment Tool for Health Organizations A Guide for Strengthening HRM Systems 2nd edition Copyright 2005, 2009 Management Sciences for Health, Inc. All rights reserved.

More information

Table of Contents. Budget Pg. 6

Table of Contents. Budget Pg. 6 REO Young Adult Program Request for Proposal RE: Program Technical Assistance, Workforce Development Curriculum and Workshops, & Marketing Design, Service and Materials Table of Contents A. Background

More information