Presentation on theme: "Meeting the Workforce Challenge with Proven Results Best Practices for ECP Regional Partnerships Presented by: Dr. Janet Greer, Director of CTAE, Troup."— Presentation transcript:
Meeting the Workforce Challenge with Proven Results Best Practices for ECP Regional Partnerships Presented by: Dr. Janet Greer, Director of CTAE, Troup County Schools Ginger Booton, CTAE Coordinator, West GA RESA
Workforce Challenge in West GA Area How do we prepare the emerging workforce?
KIA is coming to Troup County 20k+ jobs 10k real jobs
High Wage, High Growth, High Demand Jobs in West GA High Tech Manufacturing- robotics, industrial maintenance, machining, electronics Computer Engineering & Systems Analysis Special Education, Elementary Education, and Secondary Education Business- small and medium size companies Health Fields – Nursing
Tech Prep…ECP Tech Prep…ECP under Technical College Model Job Shadowing Teacher training Summer Educator Academy Teachers in Industry Articulation Dual Enrollment Choices
“Closing The Achievement Gap for All Students” P. Davenport and G. Anderson
GA Education Career Partnership Vision To provide students with information, guidance, and resources to make informed career choices that will lead them through their best career pathway. Mission To strengthen the link between secondary and postsecondary education and to maximize the successful seamless transition of students from one educational level to another, with the goal of ensuring increased student academic, career and technical achievement. To ensure that every student will be prepared to advance to a successful career and understand the benefits of lifelong learning. http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/ci_cta.aspx?PageReq=CICTASeam
GA Education Career Partnership Goals Produce graduates who are ready for college level studies and/or direct entry into a high skill, high wage and/or high demand work force. Provide guidance to local systems in developing appropriate career pathways to increase and improve opportunities for students. Involve and engage business and industry through establishment of a local business council for the purpose of providing resources and support for secondary Career Technical Education and engaging students in workforce development. Assist in the development and implementation of a more effective seamless transition process. http://www.doe.k12.ga.us/ci_cta.aspx?PageReq=CICTASeam
Education Career Partnership Aligned Goals and Objectives
Workforce Pipeline Must Be Full Pipeline must meet skills required in the workforce
Community Concern Community Concern Workforce Investment Board Goals Develop the Workforce Pipeline Engage At Risk and Out of School Youth Increase Life Long Learning Remove Barriers to Work Align Workforce to Economic Development
Regional Workforce Regional Workforce Single most important factor in determining a company’s success or failure. Important for : New Industry Recruiting Existing Industry Retention and Expansion
Carrollton 50 Mile radius Where will the workforce come from?
Regional Professional Development Opportunities
Our Schools Contain the Emerging Workforce! Must have a clear plan for meeting the challenge Solid academics Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education Community Partners We cannot do it alone!
EQ 2 How do we prioritize our work and put it all together? How do we help our students “Put it all together” for a productive future? Regional Education Career Partnerships
Troup County School System Strategic Plan Goal Team 5 TCSS Strategic Directive 5 Continue to develop educational programs that prepare every student for post-secondary educational opportunities, work, and participation in a diverse technological society.
Troup County CTAE Driven by TCSS Strategic Goals CSIP Annual Measurable Objectives Report data to Balanced Score Card Strategic Plan for Sustainable Development in Troup County, Georgia (Georgia Tech Study, 2008) Workforce Development Assessment Community Partnerships
CTAE Framework Director at Central Office CTAE Supervisors on each campus Also serve as Assistant Principals HS Generally do not make AYP (math sub groups) Enormous community pressure & concern Workforce development is much bigger than WGTC & dual enrollment Chamber involved, local government Need quickly emerged to make our efforts regional
Priorities for FY09 District Advisory Committee Career Pathways GA Work Ready RAMP FIRST Robotics Integrate math & science
Perkins IV Requirement Secondary workforce development
Governor Perdue’s Charge… Communities Encouraged to Work Together to Improve Employee Talent, Grow Strategic Industries
Workforce Investment Board Task Force Recommendations Leverage the existing connection between business and education communities to ensure that present and future industry skill requirements are known and adopted by the education community. Graduates have the skills and qualities needed by employers. Create a linkage among the economic development, employer and education communities to ensure that the education community attracts and generates the number of potential workers required by employers. Support and enhance efforts to build a culture that values a basic education, lifelong learning and work.
GA Work Ready We need a workforce development system that links workforce development and education together and aligns to the economic needs of the state, its regions and local communities” (Gov. Perdue, Feb. 2006) Governor’s Office of Economic Development Troup County is a Work Ready Community Tested high school seniors (550+) in 2008 91% (521) Work Ready 11 platinum, 117 gold, 253 silver, 140 bronze GAPS training is available Go for the Gold mentality Need community buy-in; awareness rep now in place
Work Ready Testing Plan Test YAP students in fall Test seniors during GHSGT week Work Ready pins for graduates Honor chords for platinum & gold graduates Recognize levels in graduation programs
RAMP Remote Advanced Manufacturing Project Smaller versions of KIA training equipment Remote Support from Moultrie Technical College Introduction to Robotics, PLCs, electronics, JISM, etc.
Robotics Current Team at Long Cane Middle School Development of Middle & High School Teams across district Summer training at Carnegie Mellon Community Funding and Knowledge Support
Pathway Rollout… Learning Focus Curriculum Resources Training
West GA Technical College Articulation Dual Enrollment Joint Enrollment COMPASS/ASSET testing Recruitment
Regional Model of ECP Regional Model of ECP Assisted Us in Workforce Challenges CTAE Supervisors’ & Directors’ Consortia Chamber- Career Focus, GA Work Ready, Excellence in Education LEC (LaGrange Employer Committee)- Job Fair/Career Expo CTAE (Career Technical & Agricultural Education) Advisory Committees CTSOs (Career Technical Student Organizations) Advanced Automotive Manufacturing Initiative Robotics Teams Job Shadowing Elementary & Middle School Career Days Career Connections Courses @ Middle Schools: IGPs, GCIS Work-Based Learning WGTC- Dual enrollment, articulation, test prep Columbus State University- pre-engineering State University of West GA- Teacher prep LaGrange College- Nursing
Why RESA? Academic Support & Training ETC Technical Support & Training Professional Learning, TAP program Dedicated person to pull it all together regionally Contacts across the region and state Pipeline to superintendents
Whew… Is that all? Many CTAE directors have other duties and responsibilities We know the WHAT.
When? Now. Yesterday. Did you know? Tomorrow may be too late.
Who? Passion Energy Community Connection Business & Industry Knowledge Big Picture Person Live outside the box Willing to learn and grow professionally Willing to teach and grow others
Questions Concerns Discussions for Implementation
Presenter Information Dr. Janet T. Greer email@example.com Director of CTAE Troup County Schools 100 North Davis Road LaGrange, GA 30240 706-883-1544 ex 181 706-302-9911 (cell) Ginger Booton firstname.lastname@example.org CTAE Coordinator West GA RESA 99 Brown School Drive Grantville, GA 706-845-2070 ext. 235 706-302-0362 (cell)