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Title: Workforce Investment Act Local Plan Modification 2009


1
Workforce Investment ActLocal Plan Modification
2009 2010
2
Plan Development Process
  • Process remained unchanged
  • Notification through local media, website, posted

3
Local Vision Goals
  • Broad strategic economic and workforce
    development goals and local strategies
  • Programs and funding streams that support service
    delivery through the Sacramento Works One-Stop
    Career Center system
  • Wagner-Peyser Act and unemployment insurance
    integrated into local system
  • Expansion of youth access to resources and skills

4
Local Vision Goals
  • Initiatives
  • California New Start
  • CalGrip Program
  • Sacramento Green Job Corps
  • Green Initiatives (continued)

5
Local Vision Goals
  • Green Initiatives
  • Partnerships for Prosperity
  • Focus on Green Energy Sector and Green Capital
    Alliance
  • Regional Success, Recruiting Creating Clean
    Energy Jobs
  • ARRA Investments
  • The California Clean Energy Workforce Training
    Program Investments
  • Sacramento Green Building Retraining Initiative
  • Green Building or Clean Energy Pre-Apprenticeship
    Training Partnerships
  • Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle
    Technologies Workforce Development and Training
    Partnerships

6
Local Vision Goals
  • Local strategies and vision for business services
    to employers
  • Collaborative policy and planning

7
Labor Market Analysis
  • Workforce investment trends and needs (Employer
    Outreach Committee)
  • Critical Occupation Clusters
  • Skills Assessments and Development

8
Local One-Stop Service Delivery
  • Waiver to Transfer Adult and Dislocated Worker
    Formula Funds
  • Integrated Service Delivery
  • Electronic Scanning
  • Scholarships (Individual Training Accounts)
  • Priority of Service
  • Low Income Adults
  • Veterans and Eligible Spouses
  • Memorandums of Understanding

9
Youth Activities
  • Local Youth Population
  • Collaborative Approach Coordination of Services

10
WIA/Wagner Peyser ActAmerican Recovery and
Reinvestment Act of 2009Local Plan
11
Integrated Services
  • Partnering relationship between Unemployment
    Insurance (UI) and One-Stop service
  • Co-location of EDD Staff
  • Host Agency of Mark Sanders Career Center

12
Green Jobs
  • Recognizing opportunities to prepare workers for
    green jobs
  • Centers of Excellence
  • The California Clean Energy Workforce Training
    Program
  • Sacramento Green Job Corps

13
Collaboration Allignment
  • Health Care Initiative
  • Los Rios Community College District HealthForce
    Initiative
  • Sacramento Works Highway Transportation
    Initiative
  • Talent Transfer
  • Community Resource Project
  • Sacramento Works for Women Construction
    Apprenticeship Conference

14
Accountability Transparency
  • Oversight and monitoring activities for
    compliance with programmatic, accountability, and
    transparency provisions
  • MIS
  • Monthly Fiscal Reports
  • SMARTware Case Management
  • Supplemental reporting
  • Contractors/Sub Grantees

15
Adult Dislocated Workers
  • Request for Proposal Process
  • Training
  • Occupational Skills Training in Occupational
    Clusters
  • Workplace Training/Job Creation
  • Business Development and Innovations
  • Supportive Services
  • Apprenticeship Programs (Continued)

16
Adult Dislocated Workers
  • Apprenticeship Programs
  • Northern California Construction Training (NCCT)
  • Northern California Teamsters Apprenticeship
    Classes
  • STRIPE American River College
  • Cosumnes River College, Construction
    Pre-Apprenticeship
  • Sacramento Clean Energy Workforce Training
    Programs
  • American River College
  • Cosumnes River College
  • Sacramento Area Electrical Center
  • SMUD Energy Technology Center

17
Regional Collaboration
  • SMARTware Data Management System
  • Regional Training with Yolo and Golden Sierra
    Counties
  • Capital Area Investment Zone (CAIZ)
  • Learning Lab Lessons Learned and Shared with
    Workforce Investment Areas in the region
  • Numerous regional partners across political
    jurisdictions

18
Youth Services 2009 - 2010
  • SETA contracted with 19 service/program providers
    to provide summer employment to 960 youth and
    subsequent year-round services.
  • 760 youth would also be served in a summer
    employment program in 2010.

19
Economic Analysis
  • Labor Pool, Labor Market in relation to economic
    downturn
  • Unemployment rate in Sacramento County peaked at
    13.1 percent in March 2010, with 90,100
    unemployed in a labor force of 688,500
  • Education and Health Services sectors show slow
    growth in recent months
  • Transportation and Utilities, Leisure and
    Hospitality sectors showed improvement beginning
    in 2009 but post significant loss
  • Career Centers reporting record numbers of job
    seekers, with no notable changes in demographics
    and employment characteristics, but increase in
    customers on public assistance and dislocated
    workers
  • Higher number of scholarships and training
    services with investment of Recover Act funding

20
Local Plans Consistent With State Priorities
  • Understanding and meeting workforce needs of
    business and industry
  • Targeting limited resources to areas where they
    can have the greatest economic impact
  • Collaborating to improve educational resources
  • Ensuring accountability of public and private
    workforce investments

21
WIA/ARRA Adult Dislocated Worker
22
WIA/ARRA Youth
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