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1 Northeast / MidAtlantic Region Meeting August 24 - 25, 2009

2  First partnership between utilities and their associations – EEI, AGA, NEI and NRECA to focus solely on these issues  Incorporated in March, 2006  Utilities, associations and supplemental labor contractors join as members  Partnering with educational institutions, workforce system, and unions to create workable solutions  Currently have 74 members from large IOU’s to smaller cooperatives and municipalities that represent about 75% of employees in Electric and Natural Gas Utilities Who we are

3 CEWD Mission Build the alliances, processes, and tools to develop tomorrow’s energy workforce

4 Energy Workforce Dimensions Suppliers Manufacturing Contractors

5 Energy Workforce Development

6 Resources for Career Awareness  Get Into Energy website for Youth in Grades 8 – 14  Get Into Energy: Military website  Get Into Energy branding material  ShopCEWD  Communication kits for target audiences  Get Into Energy: Engineering Coming Soon  Engineering video

7 Get into Energy Website www.getintoenergy.com *Add the new GIE Google badge to your website

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10 *Small brochure now available

11 *Special member pricing on National Energy Foundation material now available

12 Resources for Education  Energy Competency Model  Energy Career Cluster Map  Energy Workforce Supply Reports  Education and Curriculum Models - Ford PAS  Toolkits and Solution Guides  Education Consortiums – Power and Energy Engineering Collaborative  Get Into Energy Career Pathways

13 Nuclear Generation Non-Nuclear Generation (Coal, Natural Gas, Oil, Hydro, Solar, Wind, BioFuel, Geothermal) Electric Transmission & Distribution Gas Transmission & Distribution Tier 5 – Industry-Specific Technical Industry Principles & Concepts Safety Awareness Environmental Laws & Regulations Quality Control & Continuous Improvement Troubleshooting Tier 4 – Industry-Wide Technical Business Fundamentals Team Work Following Directions Planning, Organizing & Scheduling Problem Solving Decision Making Working With Tools & Technology Tier 3 – Workplace Requirements MathematicsReadingWritingListeningSpeaking Engineering & Technology Critical & Analytical Thinking Tier 2 – Academic Requirements Energy Competency Model www.CareerOneStop.org/ CompetencyModel Interpersonal Skills IntegrityProfessionalismMotivation Dependability & Reliability Self- Development Flexibility & Adaptability Ability To Learn Tier 1 – Personal Effectiveness Tier 6-8 – Occupation-Specific

14 Construction  Boilermaker  Carpenter  Control & Valve Installers  Electrician  Electrical and electronics repairers  Insulation Worker  Iron / Metalworker  Industrial machinery mechanics  Lineworker  Machinists  Millwright  Pipefitter  Pipeline Installer  Pipelayer  Welder Construction  Boilermaker  Carpenter  Control & Valve Installers  Electrician  Electrical and electronics repairers  Insulation Worker  Iron / Metalworker  Industrial machinery mechanics  Lineworker  Machinists  Millwright  Pipefitter  Pipeline Installer  Pipelayer  Welder Maintenance Operations  Boilermaker  Carpenter  Control & Valve Installer  Corrosion Technician  Electrician  Heavy Equipment Operator  Industrial Machinery Mechanic  Insulation Worker  Iron / Metalworker  Lineworker  Millwright  Pipefitter / Pipelayer  Pipeline Installer  Substation Mechanic  Utility Metering & Regulation Technician  Relay Technician  Welder Maintenance Operations  Boilermaker  Carpenter  Control & Valve Installer  Corrosion Technician  Electrician  Heavy Equipment Operator  Industrial Machinery Mechanic  Insulation Worker  Iron / Metalworker  Lineworker  Millwright  Pipefitter / Pipelayer  Pipeline Installer  Substation Mechanic  Utility Metering & Regulation Technician  Relay Technician  Welder Clusters Pathways Manufacturing Production Process Development  Electrical & Electronics Technician  Engineering & related Technician  Power Plant Operator  Nuclear Reactor Operator  Gas Processing and Distribution Plant Operator  Power Distributor & Dispatcher  Gas Controller & Dispatcher  Auxiliary. Equip. Operator Manufacturing Production Process Development  Electrical & Electronics Technician  Engineering & related Technician  Power Plant Operator  Nuclear Reactor Operator  Gas Processing and Distribution Plant Operator  Power Distributor & Dispatcher  Gas Controller & Dispatcher  Auxiliary. Equip. Operator Maintenance, Installation & Repair Boilermaker  Control & Valve Installers  Corrosion Technician  Pipefitter / Pipelayer  Pipeline Installer  Instrument & Control Tech  Electrical & Instrumentation Tech  Elec.. & Electronics Repairer  Elec. Equipment Installer / Repairer  Industrial Machinery Mechanic  Millwright  Welder Maintenance, Installation & Repair Boilermaker  Control & Valve Installers  Corrosion Technician  Pipefitter / Pipelayer  Pipeline Installer  Instrument & Control Tech  Electrical & Instrumentation Tech  Elec.. & Electronics Repairer  Elec. Equipment Installer / Repairer  Industrial Machinery Mechanic  Millwright  Welder Design and Pre-construction  Engineer - Civil, Chemical, Electrical, Nuclear, Mechanical, Power Systems, Energy Transmission, Environmental, Industrial  Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technician  Mechanical Technician  Machinists Design and Pre-construction  Engineer - Civil, Chemical, Electrical, Nuclear, Mechanical, Power Systems, Energy Transmission, Environmental, Industrial  Electrical & Electronics Engineering Technician  Mechanical Technician  Machinists Energy Career Cluster Map Architecture and Construction Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Manufacturing Engineering and Technology  Electrical Engineer  Power Systems Engineer  Mechanical Engineer  Nuclear Engineer  Chemical Engineer  Civil engineer  Energy Transmission Engineer  Procurement Engineer  Environmental Engineer  Industrial Engineer Engineering and Technology  Electrical Engineer  Power Systems Engineer  Mechanical Engineer  Nuclear Engineer  Chemical Engineer  Civil engineer  Energy Transmission Engineer  Procurement Engineer  Environmental Engineer  Industrial Engineer Science and Math  Nuclear Chemist  Nuclear Technician  Materials Scientist  Radiation Protection Technician  Health Physicist  Chemistry Technician Science and Math  Nuclear Chemist  Nuclear Technician  Materials Scientist  Radiation Protection Technician  Health Physicist  Chemistry Technician Logistics & Inventory Control  Heavy Materials Technician Logistics & Inventory Control  Heavy Materials Technician Quality Assurance  Quality Control Tech  Quality Assurance Tech Quality Assurance  Quality Control Tech  Quality Assurance Tech

15 Workforce Supply Reports National, Regional and State Reports and supporting spreadsheets are now available on the CEWD Member website

16 Education Centers with Energy Related Training for Key Jobs

17 Energy Competency Tier Model for Skilled Technician Positions in Energy Efficiency, Energy Generation and Energy Transmission and Distribution Training Components Tier 6–8 Job Specific Skills/Credentials Tier 4–5 Industry Fundamentals Tier 1–3 Basic Training Occupation-Specific Requirements Occupation-Specific Technical Occupation-Specific Knowledge Areas Industry-Specific Technical Industry-Wide Technical Workplace Requirements Academic Requirements Personal Effectiveness

18 Get Into Energy Career Pathways GIE Career Support Network GIE Career Support Network GIE Basic Training GIE Industry Fundamentals Job Specific The Get Into Energy Support Network reaches out to assist candidates through the entire career pathway Job Specific

19 Education by Job Category TrainingCompetencies Secondary Pre- apprentice Certificate Programs 2 year degree and OJT Apprentice ship Basic Tier 1 Personal Effectiveness Tier 2 Academic Tier 3 Workplace Competencies Fundamental Tier 4 Industry – Wide Technical Tier 5 Industry Sector Technical Job specific Tier 6 - 8 Occupation – specific knowledge and skill requirements Stackable credentials at each level for Utility Technician Positions

20 Resources for Workforce Planning  Gaps in the Energy Workforce Pipeline Survey  Workforce Supply Reports  Workforce Demand Reports Coming Soon  Workforce Development Evaluation and Metrics

21 Job CategoryPercentage of Potential Attrition & Retirements Estimated Number of Replacements Estimated Retirement Only Technicians49.027,00020,500 Non-Nuclear Plant Operators 47.612,0009,000 Engineers44.714,50010,000 Pipefitters / Pipelayers 45.08,5006,500 Lineworkers40.229,50019,000 Summary Findings Estimated Number of Potential Replacements by 2013

22 Summary Findings What happens if retirements are delayed?

23 Resources for Member Services  CEWD Website www.cewd.orgwww.cewd.org  Toolkits and Solution Guides – Definition of “Green Jobs”  Communication channels – newsletters, communities of practice, webinars  Partnerships and alliances  State Consortium support

24 State Energy Workforce Consortia Existing Consortium Planned Consortium WA CA MN TX TN MS LA IN MO OH MI WV NJ CN MD AL VA GA FL NC SC PA

25 National Partnerships Workforce / Business US Department of Labor National Association of Workforce Boards US Chamber Institute for a Competitive Workforce Council on Competitiveness Energy Education Pipeline Organizations Association for Career and Technical Education Career Cluster Institute National Science Foundation American Association of Community Colleges Energy Providers Coalition for Education Labor Unions – IBEW and UWUA IEEE Power and Energy Society SEMPTA Construction Workforce Development Council American Association of Blacks in Energy Department of Energy Energetic Women Army Reserve Best Robotics FIRST Robotics InRoads Job Corp Jobs for America’s Graduates Jobs for the Future SkillsUSA Women in Engineering

26 Green jobs are broadly defined as jobs that involve protecting wildlife or ecosystems, reducing pollution or waste, reducing energy usage or lowering carbon emissions. Greening of the Industry Definition of Green Jobs

27 Greening of the Industry Green Job Content Energy Competency Model Green jobs are traditional jobs with additional green skills

28 Coming Up 28

29  Input to committee staff on the workforce training piece of the energy bill.  Ongoing meetings with DOE and DOL officials on how CEWD can support the workforce development components of the stimulus bill.  Actively engaged in the National Commission on Energy Policy’s taskforce on workforce  Collaborating with NAM, AGC and other industry workforce associations to develop cross industry initiatives in career awareness and credentialing. National Outreach 29

30 Region Update 30

31 2009 Current Industry Jobs in Key Demand Positions 31 NationalNortheast Percent of National Job CategoryNationalMidAtlanticMidwestNortheastNorthwestSouthSoutheastWest Lineworkers 100%9%24%10%6%15%23%13% Plant / Field Operators 100%12%28%13%5%10%19%12% Technicians 100%10%24%16%4%13%20%13% Engineers 100%11%26%15%3%11%18%16% Pipefitter / Pipelayer / Welder 100%6%22%11%5%14%11%31% Total 100%10%25%13%5%13%20%15%

32 2009 Current Industry Jobs in Key Demand Positions 32 NationalMidAtlantic Percent of National Job CategoryNationalMidAtlanticMidwestNortheastNorthwestSouthSoutheastWest Lineworkers 100%9%24%10%6%15%23%13% Plant / Field Operators 100%12%28%13%5%10%19%12% Technicians 100%10%24%16%4%13%20%13% Engineers 100%11%26%15%3%11%18%16% Pipefitter / Pipelayer / Welder 100%6%22%11%5%14%11%31% Total 100%10%25%13%5%13%20%15%

33 Northeast Region State by State Comparison 33

34 MidAtlantic Region State by State Comparison 34

35 National Fuel Mix

36 Northeast Region Fuel Mix Maine New HampshireNew YorkNew Jersey Vermont Connecticut Rhode IslandMassachusetts

37 MidAtlantic Region Fuel Mix Maryland Pennsylvania Virginia West Virginia Delaware District of Columbia

38 Northeast Region Facts  New Jersey and Connecticut have a state consortium  All states in region have a RPS  All states in region use the National Career Readiness Certificate  All states except Rhode Island and Massachusetts have adopted Career Clusters  $7,661,450 in DOL grants in Energy

39 MidAtlantic Region Facts  Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland have a state consortium. West Virginia is in early planning stage.  DC and all states except West Virginia have a RPS  West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland use the National Career Readiness Certificate; Virginia has a Virginia Career Readiness Certificate based on the NCRC  DC and all states except Delaware have adopted Career Clusters  $2,249,527 in DOL grants in Energy

40 For more information, contact: Ann Randazzo Executive Director Center for Energy Workforce Development ann@cewd.org 703-237-1094 www.cewd.org


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