The Basic Course - Pat Vanderpool

The Basic Course - Pat Vanderpool

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Mark Lautman

August 21, 2020
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  1. WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT – THE BIG PICTURE 2020 NEW MEXICO BASIC

    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COURSE
  2. WE DON’T NEED NO EDUCATION. WE DON’T NEED NO THOUGHT

    CONTROL. NO DARK SARCASM IN THE CLASSROOM. TEACHER LEAVE THEM KIDS ALONE! ALL IN ALL IT’S JUST ANOTHER………………… NAME THE ARTIST, THE YEAR, COMPOSER, AND INSTRUMENT HE PLAYED
  3. TODAY’S TABLE OF CONTENTS • KEY CONTENT IN IEDC WORKFORCE

    DEVELOPMENT MANUAL • WHAT THE SITE SELECTOR/EMPLOYER WANTS • WHAT THE COMMUNITY HAS • WORKFORCE STRATEGIES AND EXAMPLES • ADDRESSING ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS • FINAL POP QUIZ
  4. IEDC WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT MANUAL • Why Workforce? Why Now? •

    The Workforce System, The Players, The Economic Developers Role • Supply and Demand • Workforce Development Strategies WHAT’S IN IT?
  5. WHY WORKFORCE? WHY NOW? • KNOWLEDGE IS THE PRIMARY DRIVER

    OF WEALTH • SKILLS ARE CONSTANTLY BECOMING OUTDATED • PRODUCTS AND LABOR ARE GLOBALIZED DUE TO TECHNOLOGY • PEOPLE ARE REPLACING NATURAL RESOURCES AND GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION AS THE VALUE-ADDED ASSET • QUALITY OF LIFE ATTRACTS TALENT WHICH ATTRACTS JOBS • 4TH GRADE STUDENTS FROM RUSSIA, HONG KONG, SINGAPORE, ITALY, SWEDEN, AND CANADA SCORE BETTER ON READING LITERACY THAN THE US - Boston College PIRLS (Progress in International Reading Literacy Study)
  6. THE WORKFORCE SYSTEM • JTPA (Job Training Partnership Act) -

    1982 • WIA (Workforce Investment Act) - 1998 • WIOA (Workforce and Innovation Opportunity Act) - 2014 HISTORY
  7. THE WORKFORCE SYSTEM • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARDS • ONE STOP

    CENTERS • STATE AGENCIES • EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROVIDERS • INDUSTRY-LED ORGANIZATIONS • COMMUNITY-BASED PROVIDERS • ECONOMIC DEVELOPERS • OTHER • EMPLOYERS KEY PLAYERS
  8. SUPPLY AND DEMAND - THE SUPPLY • IDENTIFY YOUR LABOR

    SHED • ASSESS YOUR WORKFORCE (e.g ACT WorkKeys) • ACCESS YOUR LABOR MARKET INFORMATION You must have a “data driven story to tell” to site selectors and prospects • jobs.state.nm.us • iowalmi.gov/labor-market-information-division • workreadycommunities.org • clustermapping.us • burning-glass.com
  9. SUPPLY AND DEMAND – THE DEMAND • SITE SELECTOR QUESTIONS:

    • WHAT ARE YOUR COMMUNITY’S TARGETS? (Determined through Location quotients; Shift-share analysis, etc.) • DO YOU HAVE ENOUGH WORKERS WITH THE SKILLS I NEED? • DO YOU HAVE TRAINING PROGRAMS IN PLACE TO KEEP THE PIPELINE FULL? • THAT BEGS THE QUESTION – WHAT SKILLS DOES HE/SHE NEED? • ACT JOB PROFILES • O*NET (onetonline.org) • EMPLOYER SURVEYS – futurereadyiowa.gov (Metrics That Matter); CREATE BRIDGES
  10. THE DETAILS • NEW MEXICO BRIDGES TO OPPORTUNITY 2005 NMACC

    AND FORD OUNDATION • WORKFORCE ASSESSMENT AND EMPLOYER NEEDS ANALYSIS • IDENTIFY SKILLS GAP – CREATE AN INTEGRATED SERVICES MODEL • PAIR IT WITH JOB FORECASTING • OTHERS: • CLUSTER BASED TRAINING • APPRENTICESHIPS • ENTREPRENEURSHIP • SIX BOXES (2011) The Performance Thinking Network Human performance 10.5% skills 75% environmental factors STRATEGIES FOR WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
  11. SO BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NOW JUST LIKE YOU

    WOULD TO YOUR GIRL OR GUY BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NOW AND LET YOUR COLORS FLY BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL NAME THE ARTIST, THE YEAR, COMPOSER, AND INSTRUMENT HE PLAYED
  12. GET YOUR KICKS ON ROUTE 66 NAME THE COMPOSER, THE

    YEAR, ARTIST, AND INSTRUMENT HE PLAYED