Remains the Same: Business-led at the State and Local Levels Changes: State Composition Changes Local WIBs Reduce Membership 3-Step Designation Process Changes prompt Workforce Development Boards to increasing engage in collaboration, convening and partnership.
WIB Membership In Appointing the Board, the Chief Elected Majority Private Sector Business (51%) Workforce - Labor (20%) Adult Education and Literacy Higher Education Government and Economic Development Wagner-Peyser Vocational Rehabilitation Community Based Organizations Youth Organizations Transportation Housing Specialists Philanthropic Organizations Shall Include May Include
Roles of the Local Workforce Development Board Local Plans will be designed to address the needs of the local labor market and encompass the overall strategy of the State Plan. Local Plans are to include: Standing Committees Development of a Unified Local Plan Workforce Research and Analysis Convening, Brokering, Leveraging Engaging Employers
Roles of the Local Workforce Development Boards Lead Efforts with Educational Entities for Career Pathways Promote Promising Practices Develop an Effective Technology Strategy Negotiate Performance Program Oversight More Diversity in Employment and Training Offerings
Roles of the Local Workforce Development Board Select High Performing Operators and Providers Coordinate with Education Access Services Established under ADA Comply with “sunshine” Regulations