Ventura County Civic Alliance - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Ventura County Civic Alliance PowerPoint presentation | free to view - id: 630a2-ZDc1Z



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Ventura County Civic Alliance

Description:

221 Ventura Boulevard Oxnard, CA. Ventura County Civic Alliance Workforce Education ... Richard Duarte, Project Coordinator, P-16 Council of Ventura County ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:32
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 80
Provided by: vccf
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Ventura County Civic Alliance


1
Ventura County Civic Alliance
2
Workforce Education Convening
Ventura County Civic Alliance Workforce Education
presents Workforce in Ventura County
2007         A community convening for Workforce
Education November 14, 2007 300 to 500
pm Child Development Resources of Ventura County
Conference Room C 221 Ventura Boulevard
    Oxnard, CA
3
Ventura County Civic Alliance Workforce Education
  • Engaging Civic Leaders, Students, Educators and
    Employers in building a strategy for the future
    of Workforce Education in Ventura County

4
Workforce Education Convening
  • Goals
  • Highlight the importance of workforce education
    for the future of our region
  • Focus attention on what is working in Ventura
    County
  • Invite collaboration across traditional
    boundaries on countywide workforce education
    strategies for the future

5
Workforce Education Convening
  • Target audience
  • Employers Labor groups Educators
  • Public officials Parents Students
  • Philanthropists
  • Other county residents concerned about our future
    quality of life and community

6
Workforce Education programs in Ventura County -
Panel presentation
  • Each panel member will be asked
  • What is your program doing to impact Workforce
    Education and address the gaps between skills
    sets and employment opportunities now and in the
    future?
  • 2. What Successes can you share and what
    Challenges do you face in your program?

7
Richard Duarte, Project Coordinator, P-16 Council
of Ventura County
  • Increasing attendance in career and technical
    programs and higher education

8
Robert WismannAssistant PrincipalRegional
Occupational Program
  • Secondary Schools and career and technical
    education

9
Kay Faulconer Boger, Ed.D. Dean
  • Workforce Education and
  • Community Colleges
  • Career and workforce education opportunities
    available through the Community College District

10
Sharon Dwyer, Director of Resource Development at
Ventura College
  • Ventura College Center of Excellence
  • WORKFORCE IN VENTURA COUNTY
  • WORKKEYS INITIATIVE

11
  • What is the COE?
  • Economic and Workforce Development grant project
    funded by the Chancellors Office
  • Hosted by Ventura College since 1997
  • To date 1,993,500 in funding to Ventura College

12
  • PURPOSE OF COE
  • Help regional colleges build their capacity to
    provide training and services to business and
    industry through
  • Environmental Scanning
  • Partnership Building
  • Marketing Branding (System-wide)

13
  • ENVIRONMENTAL SCANNING

Comprehensive study of high growth and emerging
industries and their related workforce and
occupational needs.
14
  • Why Environmental Scanning?
  • Current and relevant information for curriculum
    development and/or modification
  • Current data for grant writing
  • Building or expanding business and community
    partnerships
  • Marketing to business and industry locally or
    regionally

15
COE PRODUCTS
  • Public Administration Preliminary Report
  • Public Administration Interviews and Survey of
    City County Agencies
  • Public Administration Scan
  • Ventura County Superior Court Survey
  • Automotive Industry Survey
  • Automotive Industry Scan
  • Manufacturing Industry Survey
  • Manufacturing Industry Scan
  • Construction Industry Survey
  • Construction Industry Scan

16
  • COE OUTCOMES 2005-06

Construction Industry Summit convened to bring
employers, educators community leaders together
to address industry needs 70 attendees
SBCC copied and distributed over 100 Construction
Scans and Surveys resulting in 20,000 equipment
donation by Hayward Lumber
SBCC used Scan and Survey to develop SB70 grant
proposal
17
  • COE OUTCOMES 2006-07

SBCC used Construction Industry Scan report and
Survey to develop and submit a 1.2 million DOL
grant
SBCC was awarded a 237,000 SB70 grant focusing
on Construction
Ventura College is awarded a 60,000 contract
with Ventura County Superior Court
Ventura College will enter into a training
partnership with the City of Ventura initial
contract 9,200
18
COE OUTCOMES 2006-07
CoC was awarded a two-year 396,531 grant
focusing on the Automotive industry
Grant funds enabled CoC to develop a complete
Automotive program, hire a full time faculty
member, work on NATEF certification, and partner
with local high schools
19
  • PARTNERSHIPS

Ventura County Civic Alliance Ventura County
WIB Ventura County Economic Development
Association Ventura County Contractors
Association Greater Antelope Valley Economic
Alliance Santa Maria Manufacturers
Association Ventura College Small Business
Development Center Haas Automation, Inc.
20
  • COE FOCUS ON MANUFACTURING

Advance WorkKeys Initiative Help to Establish
Manufacturers Alliance Partner with SBDC for
Creation of Business Fast Forward Partner with
County to Launch ETP Contracts Tap into CACT
Resources Provide Relevant Industry Data for
Grant Development
21
  • COE FOCUS ON WorkKeys

Provide Resources Serve as a Partner in Grant
Applications Provide Industry Data for Grant
Applications Facilitate Employer
Participation Convene Community Organizations
22
  • COE/SBDC COLLABORATION

Increase Overall Outreach Effort to Small
Businesses in VC Service Area Develop a Strategic
Approach Leverage Resources Provide Relevant
Industry Data to Target High Growth and Emerging
Industries Strengthen Community Partnerships
23
  • 2007-08 POTENTIAL INDUSTRIES
  • Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing/Aerospace
  • Geospatial
  • Construction Front Line Supervisors
  • Customer Service
  • Allied Health
  • Small Business

24
  • The Ventura College Center of Excellence
  • Hosted at Ventura College
  • Institute for Community Professional
    Development
  • 71 Day Road
  • Ventura, California 93003
  • Phone (805) 648-8976 Fax (805) 648-8918
  • Sdwyer_at_vcccd.edu
  • http//www.cccewd.net/industryscans

25
WorkKeys
  • CREATING A COMMON LANGUAGE
  • FOR
  • WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

26
WorkKeys
ACTs National Goal
To create a nationally recognized SYSTEM for the
assessment and improvement of work-related skills
that is EQUALLY meaningful for employers and
for education and training.
27
WorkKeys
Three Components
  • Job Profiling
  • What skills and skill levels are needed in
    todays jobs/occupations?
  • Skill Assessments
  • What work skills and skill levels does an
    individual currently have?
  • Need Determination
  • How can any skill gaps be addressed in education
    and training programs?

28
WorkKeys Includes
  • Communication Skills
  • Problem-Solving Skills
  • Interpersonal Skills

29
WorkKeys Includes
Listening (L) Reading for Information
(RI) Writing (W) Business Writing (BW)
Communication Skills
30
WorkKeys Includes
Applied Mathematics (AM) Applied Technology
(AT) Locating Information (LI) Observation (O)
Problem-Solving Skills
31
WorkKeys Includes
Teamwork Performance (under development) Talent
(under development) Fit (under development)
Interpersonal Skills
32
WorkKeys Facts
  • WorkKeys has completed over 13,400 job profiles
  • WorkKeys assessments have been used for nearly
    two decades
  • More than 10 million assessments have been
    administered since the WorkKeys system was
    launched

33
WorkKeys
National Work Readiness Certificate
  • Portable credential powered by WorkKeys
  • Verifies core employability skills in
  • Reading for Information
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Locating Information
  • Offers individuals, employers and educators an
    easily understood and universally valued
    credential that certifies the attainment of these
    workplace skills

34
WorkKeys
Career Readiness Certification
35
WorkKeys
Career Readiness Certification
36
WorkKeys Facts
States Affiliated with National Career Readiness
Certificate
Implemented
In Process
Alabama Indiana Kansas Louisiana Missouri New
Mexico
North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee V
irginia West Virginia
Colorado Michigan Ohio Florida Georgia
March 2007
37
WorkKeys Results
28.4
Median Annual Salary (in thousands of dollars)
27.2
25.9
Do jobs requiring higher levels of
Communications Skills pay more?
24.7




LEVEL
2
3
4
5
Listening
34.8
31.5
31.1
Median Annual Salary (in thousands of dollars)
29.7
Median Annual Salary (in thousands of dollars)
27.5
26.4
25.4
25.0
23.5
23.2










LEVEL
LEVEL
2
3
4
5
1
4
5
6
7
3
Reading for Information
Writing
38
Do jobs requiring higher levels of
Problem-Solving Skills pay more?

34.2
30.2
29.1
Median Annual Salary (in thousands of dollars)
Median Annual Salary (in thousands of dollars)
28.8
28.3
26.8
25.7
23.8
22.4









LEVEL
LEVEL
3
4
5
6
4
5
6
7
3
Applied Mathematics
Applied Technology
30.7
28.5
28.1
Median Annual Salary (in thousands of dollars)
Median Annual Salary (in thousands of dollars)
26.9
25.9
25.2
23.3
22.7








LEVEL
LEVEL
3
4
5
6
3
4
5
6
Observation
Locating Information
39
WorkKeys Results
  • Return on Investment (ROI)
  • Owensboro Medical Health Systems reduced turnover
    rate by 32
  • Northrop Grumman Ship Systems uses a
    WorkKeys-based employee development system to
    cross-train employees during layoff periods,
    saving the company more than 2M in 2004

40
WorkKeys Results
  • ROI (cont.)
  • Creative Extruded Products reduced overtime by
    95, reduced scrap by 21, reduced turnover from
    33 to 5, and reduced training time from 6
    months to 2 months. Profits increased by 50
    times the cost of WorkKeys.

41
WorkKeys Results
  • ROI Career Readiness Certificate
  • MorningStar Foods CRC Data
  • Decrease of 35 in turnover rate (2003-2004 using
    WorkKeys
  • Retention rate of 85 when hiring against
    WorkKeys profile
  • In the hiring process, a candidate who brings a
    CRC to the table reduces testing costs by 64

42
WorkKeys Results
  • ROI/CRC (cont.)
  • MorningStar Foods Data (cont.)
  • On the job training costs have been reduced by
    50 or more depending on the position
  • OJT costs were reduced to 2,500 - 3,700 per
    employee
  • During 2005, that savings equated to 128,000 -
    256,000 in strictly regular, hourly wages
    required to pay another employee to handle OJT
    for new hires

43
WorkKeys
Benefits of a Certificate Program
  • Employers get a meaningful measure of work skills
    for current and prospective employees
  • Education/training get a clear understanding of
    skill and skill levels needed for workplace
    success
  • Individuals are rewarded for achieving desired
    work skill levels
  • The community begins to create and recognize a
    more integrated workforce delivery system
  • The community is better positioned to attract and
    retain employers

44
WorkKeys
WHATS NEXT?
The Ventura College Center of Excellence Hosted
at Ventura College Institute for Community
Professional Development 71 Day Road Ventura,
California 93003 Phone (805) 648-8976 Fax
(805) 648-8918 sdwyer_at_vcccd.edu www.cccewd.net
45
Hugh Ralston President Ventura County Community
Foundation
  • Partners in Nursing's Future

46
Carmen Fraser, Program DeveloperGoodwill
Industries
  • Community based non-profit approach to Workforce
    Education

47
Naval Base Ventura County
  • VCCAS Work Force Brief

CAPT Dave Fleisch Chief Staff Officer
48
Naval Base Ventura County
  • We are a base team dedicated to providing the
    highest level of support and quality of service
    for all operating forces and tenants at Naval
    Base Ventura County.
  • A national defense resource, NBVC offers a unique
    combination of mission capabilities to the Navy
    and the Department of Defense (DoD)

49
Naval Base Ventura County
  • People
  • NBVC is the largest employer in Ventura County,
    employing approximately 17,000 military, civilian
    and contractor personnel
  • Programs Assets
  • Operational Two runways (11,100 and 5,500)
  • RDTE Deep water port
  • Logistics 16 miles of rail/railhead
  • Training 36,000 sq. miles sea test range
  • 300 acres of lay-down land
  • 1.7 million sq ft. warehouse storage

Economics 1.7B impact on the local economy
50
NBVC Work Force
51
(No Transcript)
52
(No Transcript)
53
(No Transcript)
54
Community Engagement
  • Promote Navy, local commands/ missions, and
    Sailors in the best possible manner and economic
    value to local community
  • Prevent land, sea, air, and frequency
    encroachment
  • Emergency/Disaster Management
  • Charitable and Service Organizations
  • Business and Community Leadership
  • Local Schools K-12
  • Core Academics, Professional/Tech, Recreational
  • Construction Readiness Training
  • Recruitment of Highly Skilled Engineers
    Scientists
  • Medical Services and Support
  • Create a positive and enduring relationship with
    environmental regulators and agencies
  • Create a positive and enduring relationship with
    local media
  • Set conditions for local community to recognize
    and take active pride in our sailors and maximize
    their economic benefits
  • Optimize Housing PPV Rqmts and Transition Plans

55
  • An Initiative of VCEDA
  • November 2007

56
Mission To enhance and strengthen the economic
vitality of Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) and
the region and, in the process, establish Ventura
County as a center of excellence for military and
commercial technological innovation, particularly
in the areas of workforce development, homeland
security and disaster
preparedness.
57
Three Economic Development Enterprise Areas
  • Workforce Development
  • Technology Innovation and Transfer
  • Homeland Security/Disaster Preparedness

58
Workforce Development
  • TRIAD is dedicated to assist NBVC to
  • Find creative solutions to meet their civilian
    workforce employment needs
  • Work with regional education, public and private
    organizations to develop more technically trained
    job applicants
  • Match NBVC retirees interests and skills to
    second career opportunities in teaching and
    private industry locally

59
TRIAD Workforce Committee
  • Naval Base Ventura County
  • Workforce Investment Board
  • VCEDA
  • CSUCI
  • Ventura College
  • Battelle
  • Boys and Girls Clubs
  • Ventura County Office of Education

60
TRIAD Workforce Objectives
  • Form a partnership between NBVC, public education
    institutions and private industry
  • Maintain the operational effectiveness and
    employment levels of NBVC
  • Increase the highly trained and skilled workforce
    availability in the region
  • Expand the number of high-paying job
    opportunities in the region

61
TRIAD Workforce Services
  • Assessing future NBVC workforce needs
  • Sourcing candidates through WIB Job and Career
    Center
  • Coordinating with education institutions to
    provide programs to utilize NBVC retirees
  • Coaching NBVC civilian retirees on second career
    options in the region
  • Training and stimulating local students to pursue
    a career at NBVC

62
TRIAD Economic Development
  • Diversify the technology business base in the
    region
  • Develop technology transfer program to
    commercialize unclassified Naval research
  • Establish a business incubator to nurture new
    enterprises in biotechnology and homeland
    security products and services

63
Bill Buratto, Executive Director 1601 Carmen
Drive, Suite 215 Camarillo, California 93010
USA 805.388.3457 805.388.99726 www.vceda.org/tria
d Michael Weaver, Weaver Research Consulting
Group www.weavergroup.org
64
BUILDING ECONOMIC VITALITY Cheryl Moore,
Executive Director Workforce Investment Board of
Ventura County VENTURA COUNTY CIVIC ALLIANCE
WORKFORCE EDUCATION FORUM NOVEMBER 15, 2007
65
TODAY
  • About Workforce Investment
  • Fueling Success for Adults
  • Launching Young Careers
  • Supporting Business
  • Focus on Sustainability
  • Next Steps


66
ABOUT WORKFORCE INVESTMENT
Federal Funding
67
ABOUT WORKFORCE INVESTMENT
WIB Oversight for WIA in Ventura County
PLANNING POLICIES PERFORMANCE
68
WIA Performance Standards in 2006-2007
  • Adults
  • Employment/Credential
  • Entered Employment
  • Average Earnings
  • Employment Retention
  • Dislocated Workers
  • Employment/Credential
  • Entered Employment
  • Average Earnings
  • Employment Retention
  • Youth (19-21)
  • Employment/Credential
  • Entered Employment
  • Earnings Change
  • Retention
  • Youth (14-18)
  • High School Diploma/GED
  • Skill Attainment
  • Retention

69
Rapid Response in 2006-2007

23 Businesses Reporting Layoffs
3,606 Employees Impacted
1,264 Employees Participating in Programs
70
Job Career Centers in 2006-2007
21,849 Individual Clients (73,644 Visits)
71
  • Job Seekers and the Under-Employed
  • Career and job transition coaching
  • Help with job applications, resumes,
    interviewing skills
  • Resources and information for job searches
  • Vocational training and work experience
    opportunities
  • Pre- and post-employment services and resources

72
  • Teens and Young Adults
  • Exploration of career options
  • Development of job readiness skills
  • Career coaching
  • Resources and information for job searches
  • Internships and work experience opportunities

73
  • Employers
  • Job posting and resume screening
  • Facilities for conducting interviews
  • Customized training to upgrade skills of
    current employees
  • Worker retention programs
  • Job fairs
  • Layoff transitions, training, and support
  • Business consulting

74
Goal 1 Relevance Job seekers who are ready for
current and future employment opportunities in
Ventura County

Goal 2 Quality Programs and services that meet
the needs and expectations of job seekers and
employers in Ventura County
Goal 3 Sustainability Partnerships to secure
ongoing support for workforce and business
development in Ventura County
75
Current Projects and Proposals
  • Funded
  • Workforce Innovation in Regional Economic
    Development study of local workforce ability to
    support emerging industries, particularly in
    manufacturing
  • Naval Base Ventura County (NBVC) study of the
    economic impact of NBVC on Ventura County
  • National Emergency Grant employment and
    vocational training for dislocated/unemployed
    workers to restore destroyed or damaged
    infrastructure from fires

76
Current Projects and Proposals
  • Proposed
  • Creating a Common Language for Workforce
    Development assessing and increasing skill
    levels of employed workers in manufacturing
  • Special Employer-Based Projects for Incumbent
    Workers and/or New Hires partnerships to be
    developed with community colleges and adult
    education schools
  • Re-Entry Alternatives Program with County
    Probation Agency vocational training
    opportunities to get and keep long-term jobs, at
    good wages, in occupations vital to Ventura County

77
Current Projects and Proposals
  • Proposed
  • In partnership with community colleges, WIB
    commitments
  • to support community-based job training through
    Job
  • Career Centers
  • Enhancement of Ventura College Automotive Program
  • Enhancement of College of Canyons Nanotechnology
    Program (open to Ventura County students)

78
NEXT STEPS
WIB Commitment to...
  • Strengthen local Ventura County partnerships that
    build county-wide advocacy, tangible support, and
    focused action for long-term workforce and
    business development
  • Seek opportunities for continued or new funding
  • Support the development of a strong, healthy
    California workforce and business environment
  • Communicate with California State Legislators and
    members of the U.S. Congress on the importance of
    workforce investment for a healthy economy

79
Join Us at www.VenturaCountyCivicAlliance.org
Thank you
About PowerShow.com