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1 AB 86: Adult Education 7-11-14 Apprenticeship Information Webinar Series

2 Agenda for Today’s Webinar 07/11/14

3 CA Apprenticeship System Apprenticeship is “Learn while you Earn” or “Learning by Doing” Considered “post secondary” education Includes a classroom component and… On the job training component No cost to the apprentice (books/tools perhaps) But students must have perseverance, ambition, and initiative. 07/11/14

4 CA Apprenticeship System (cont.) Operates under apprenticeship training standards. The joint apprenticeship committee determines the standards and supervises the training of apprentices. Oversight by Division of Apprenticeship Standards (Department of Industrial Relations). 07/11/14

5 Funding A partnership among industry, labor, education, and government. Industry funded and industry driven. Related and Supplemental Instruction (RSI) costs for classroom instruction are supported by annual appropriation in Budget Act, administered by CCCCO. 07/11/14

6 Funded Apprenticeship Programs in CA County Offices of Education – 9 K-12 School Districts – 20 Regional Occupational Centers – 1 Community Colleges - 26 07/11/14

7 Partners and Sponsors K-12 & Community Colleges County Offices & ROPs Department of Industrial Relations Workforce Investment Boards Labor Unions Construction, Firefighters, Manufacturing, Transportation, & Service Industries 4/11/2014

8 Occupations/Craft Construction – 79% - Plumbers, Electricians, Plasterer, Roofing, Masonry, Bricklayers, Tile Setters, Steamfitters, Carpenters, Boilermaker, HVAC, etc. Public – 14% - Fire Fighter, Paramedic, Inspector, Fire Engineer. Services – 3% – meat cutter, barber, cosmetology, cook. Transportation - 3% – auto mechanic, collision repair. 4/11/2014

9 Goal of AB86 Planning – Apprenticeship Readiness Regional Plans should be based on transitioning adults into apprenticeship programs by integrating apprenticeship concepts into the five Adult Education curriculum areas. 4/11/2014

10 Goal of AB86 Planning - Apprenticeship Readiness (cont). The idea is not to fund apprenticeship programs, but for each consortium to focus their plan on transition and integration. The outcome is to ensure adult students will be able to transition into an apprenticeship program. The planning process should focus on providing all adult learners with the skills, knowledge, and understanding that will help expand their opportunities for gainful employment and open as many pathways as possible into apprenticeship. 4/11/2014

11 AB86 Tables – First the Facts Fact – Apprenticeship data is difficult to obtain. Fact – there may not be an apprenticeship connection in your region. Fact – sponsors/partners may not disclose sources of funding and operational costs. Fact – enroll data may be not be easy to find if you are working with the local provider. 4/11/2014

12 AB 86 Tables But what about the tables? If your region does not have a relationship with an apprenticeship fiscal agent and/or sponsor – no need to contact them. Note this gap in the narrative of your plan. If you do have a relationship with apprenticeship programs – please enter as much data as you can in the tables (where applicable). See recently released funding data by LEA & College along with Sponsor & Occupation information (AB86 website). 4/11/2014

13 Reporting on AB 86 – the narrative (objective #1) Tables 1.1A, 1.1B, 1.2 - narrative focus on consortium’s current services and programs. If you don’t have any current apprenticeship services, document your pre-apprenticeship programs that focuses on student transition & integration. Look at services that help adult students transition into an apprenticeship program. 4/11/2014

14 Reporting on AB 86 – the narrative (objective #2) Evaluation of current needs - including needs that are currently unmet. If the apprenticeship programs are in another region – how many students use them? Are students meeting the program requirements? Are they ready to transition? Do they have the tools to be successful? Do members & partners have apprenticeship connections? And don’t forget about pre-apprenticeship. 4/11/2014

15 Reporting on AB 86 – the narrative (objective #4) Addresses the gaps identified from objectives #1 & #2. Gaps would be the lack of providers, services, access, attainment, and performance. Narrative would include strategies to increase capacity in gap areas. Make sure you complete the work plan (table 4.1). 4/11/2014

16 Resources AB 86 website – Helpful Resources (spreadsheet) AB 86 website Apprenticeship Standards – State Agency Apprenticeship Standards Chancellor’s Office Web Page - Apprenticeship “I Built It” video campaign “I Built It” Helmets to Hardhats Wounded Warrior 4/11/2014

17 Contact Information John Dunn - CCCCO 916-445-8026 Neil Kelly – AB86 916-324-8895 4/11/2014

18 For More Information… 4/11/2014

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