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Title: Teaching LMI Training to Job Seekers and Students


1
Teaching LMI Training to Job Seekers and Students
  • Tom Morgan
  • Communications Director
  • Labor Market Information

2
What you will learn
  • Concepts
  • Style and content
  • Customization
  • How to use the CD-ROM
  • Future training development

3
Concepts
  • Internet based
  • Target audience
  • Job Seekers
  • Students
  • Objective oriented
  • Easy to understand and teach

4
Concepts
  • Different phases of the employment process
  • Getting Ready
  • Getting Real
  • Getting Out There

5
Module Structure
  • Overall Module Structure
  • What you will learn
  • Why it is important
  • Module Segments
  • Conclusion
  • What you learned
  • Case Study
  • Punching the buttons

6
Module Segment Structure
  • What you will learn and why it is important
  • Case Study
  • Punching the buttons

7
Presentation Time
Module Slides Size
Getting Ready 43 slides 5.8 MB
Getting Real 36 slides 4.7 MB
Getting Out There 24 slides 1.7 MB
Length
2 hours
1.5 Hours
1 hour
8
Getting Ready
Wages Occupational Employment Statistics
(OES) Colorado Navigator Bureau of Labor
Statistics Long Term Projections Americas Career
Infonet ONet Career and skills search
9
Getting Real
Differences Industries and Occupations Quarterly
Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) Finding
employment and wages by county Job Vacancy
Survey Combines both Industry and Occupation
data Targeted Industries Finding employers in
growing industries
10
Getting Out There
  • 10 minute Resume
  • Interview tips
  • Finding employers

11
Working With the Presentations
  • Animation
  • Generally consistent within a presentation
  • Varies from module to module
  • No sound
  • Notes
  • Some scripting to help guide the presentation
  • Print Notes pages for all presentations
  • Web pages
  • Take several dry runs before going public
  • Redundancy

12
Working With the Presentations
You dont have to be an expert or an economist
  • You get notes
  • If you dont understand, students wont get it.
  • If the information is unclear, call us
  • Use common sense

13
Customizing the Modules
  • Change the background or add your logo
  • Time constraints
  • Edit the notes
  • Revise the animation
  • Modify to fit presentations you currently use
  • Add your own material

14
  • The following series of slides are a sub-module
    from Getting Ready

15
Why this information is important
DEMONSTRATION
  • Develop realistic expectations
  • Look to your future
  • Expand opportunity by knowing what skills are
    required for a variety of jobs

16
Notes page
DEMONSTRATION
17
How to use Occupation Wages
DEMONSTRATION
  • You are looking for occupation information, not
    industry information.
  • Occupations refer to Jobs and careers.
  • Industries refer to company categories.

18
DEMONSTRATION
How to use Occupation Wages
  • How much do people get paid in a chosen
    occupation or career?
  • Compare local, state and national wage averages.
  • Is continuing education a good investment for you?

19
How to use Occupation Wages
DEMONSTRATION
  • The information is available for
  • National
  • State
  • County

20
How to use Occupation Wages
DEMONSTRATION
  • Find average wages for people currently working
    in an occupation.
  • Wages are available for entry level and
    experienced positions
  • Find pay for a percentage of positions
  • 25 get less than X
  • 50 get less than Y
  • 75 get less than Z

21
Case Study Using Occupation Wages
DEMONSTRATION
  • A job seeker is trying to decide whether to find
    a job as a hospital orderly now or go back to
    school to become a registered nurse.
  • How much more money does a registered nurse make
    than an orderly in Grand Junction?

22
Find wages for orderlies and RNs in Grand
Junction, Colorado
DEMONSTRATION
  • Open the Colorado Navigator at
    http//www.coworkforce.com/lmi/

Then click here
23
Under Jobs Career choose Occupation Wages.
DEMONSTRATION
  • Then select both
  • a county (Mesa) and
  • a major occupation group (Healthcare
    Practitioners and Technical Occupations)

24
DEMONSTRATION
  • What if you dont know the occupation category
    where a particular job fits?

Type Registered nurse here.
Search for the job at http//www.bls.gov/search/so
c.asp
25
DEMONSTRATION
  • Click on the occupation name to find the
    occupation title

When you have the occupation title, click the
back button on your browser to return to the
Navigator.
26
DEMONSTRATION
  • Select the occupational group you want to search
  • Click Find Results to see what jobs are available

27
DEMONSTRATION
  • Occupations can be downloaded and sorted in a
    variety of ways.

To view sorting choices and instructions on how
to download the search results for use on your
computer, scroll to the bottom with this bar.
28
DEMONSTRATION
  • To find the highest paying occupations, sort the
    search results in descending order by the 75th
    percentile field.
  • Write down the information for registered nurses
    or follow the directions and download the whole
    file.
  • 1111Registered Nurses
  • 20.43 18.11 21.92

Occupation Average 25th 75th
1111Registered Nurses 20.43 18.11 21.92
29
The CD -ROM
  • Read Me file Adobe Acrobat
  • Teaching tips
  • Printing tips
  • Content outline
  • Presentations .ppt
  • Shows .pps
  • Print files .pdf

30
Future Training from LMI
  • New Modules
  • Target Workforce Staff and educators
  • Target Policy Makers and Academics
  • New Opportunities
  • Better Use of Technology

31
  • Questions?
  • Suggestions?
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