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Workforce Linkages Flex-Paced Web IT Programs “This product was funded in part by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.” Developing a CBE Industry Partner Program CBE4CC Conference Denver Colorado, Omni Interloken Hotel June 4-6, 2015 Dave Siefert Sinclair Community College Co-Director, DOL TAACCCT 2 Grant www.sinclair.edu/online/accelerate/
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  • Workforce Linkages Flex-Paced Web IT Programs

    This product was funded in part by a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labors Employment and Training Administration. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warranties, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such information, including any information on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the information or its completeness, timeliness, usefulness, adequacy, continued availability, or ownership.

    Developing a CBE Industry Partner Program CBE4CC Conference Denver Colorado, Omni Interloken Hotel June 4-6, 2015 Dave Siefert

    Sinclair Community College

    Co-Director, DOL TAACCCT 2 Grant

    www.sinclair.edu/online/accelerate/

  • Learn how Austin Community College and Sinclair Community College aligns employer-related regional stakeholders and their needs, to competency-based education resulting in employers sustaining a high performing workforces. You will learn tools, tips and techniques as to what and how to: know who your regional stakeholders are; accurately determine employers workforce needs; engage employers in a strategic partnership; and to determine and map jobs to CBE.

    This is an interactive session

    1. What is this about?

  • $12 million dollar awarded Fall, 2012-2016

    Create a replicable model, processes, and tools to implement the

    competency-based model

    Focus on Information Technology

    Consortium grant

    Texas: Austin Community College,

    Florida: Broward Community College,

    Ohio: Sinclair Community College,

    Western Governors University, consultant

    Mathematica, grant evaluator

    National Office Sinclair Community College

    Overview of Accelerate IT Adapting and Adopting Competency-based IT Instruction to Accelerate Learning for TAA-eligible and Adult Learners

    TM

    Student Experience

    Curriculum

    Workforce Delivery

    Data Analytics

    1. What is this about?

  • Agenda

    1. What is this about and, introductions? 2. What is the problem? 3. What is the solution? 4. What are the lessons learned? 5. What are the next steps?

    6. Flipping Facilitator - Your turn! Be willing share at the end of session!

    What 3 things did you learn and plan on implementing?

    and, Why? * At any time questions not asked or answered , comments, suggestions complete a Q/A card, and leave it on the table after the session.

    1. What is this about?

  • TM

    SELF ASSESSMENT

    Take 2 minutes [!] to complete the self-assessment:

    1. What are the characteristics of a successful educational program?

    2. How successful are your educational programs? ____%

    3. What is missing from your educational program not being more successful?

    Please be willing to share and turn in after to received a consolidated report

    1. What is this about?

  • TM

    Grant proposal research (secondary and State Standards) concluded that the industry is Information Technology, and the jobs are:

    Software Programmers

    Network Engineers

    Network Managers

    2. What is the problem?

    Demand (Employer)

    Supply (Citizen)

    From

    Gap

    Supply (Citizens

    )

    To

    Demand (Employer)

    Demand and Supply

    CASE STUDY: What is the value of knowing and the implications of not knowing?

  • TM

    3. What is the solution?

    1.

    Jobs Employer-driven

    needs

    2. Learning

    Opportunities

    Job-aligned unit-based CBE

    3. Accelerated

    Learning

    Precision, unit-based and personalized, learning

    4.

    Placement, Performance, and

    Promotion

    Performance expectations and results

    2. Aligned

    Accelerated CBE Education/

    Training Program

    3. Accelerated

    Learning

    1. Employer-Driven

    Job Needs High Performing Employee/Organization

    Data Analytics

    Precision Learning Program

    Job Analysis

    Student Experience

    Accelerated and Variable Time

    Accelerate CBE System

  • A. Focus on KNOWING

    * Percentage (%) represent estimated likelihood of quality data based upon the type of actions taken.

    3. Events

    2. Surveys

    1. Reports

    High Credibility Very Low Credibility

    Secondary | Primary | Direct | Active | Combinatorial

    Reacting to Needs Proactive Anticipating Needs

    3. What is the solution?

    D | A | C

    4. Engagement

    Events Relationships

  • NewPage

    Over 200 stakeholder contacts - Demand, Supply and both

    3. What is the solution?

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  • B. Deploy a Stakeholder Collaborative

    STAKEHOLDER

    COLLABORATIVE

    1.

    Employers

    3.

    Industry-Based Recruiting Agencies

    4.

    Public Workforce Agencies

    5.

    Sinclair Internal Organization

    2.

    Community

    Workforce & Economic

    Development Organizations

    6.

    Academia

    KForce Manpower Robert Half TEK-Systems

    Alumni Organization Academic Division(s) Career Services Enrollment Services Internship Office Workforce Development Veterans Office

    Technology First IT Trade Association Chamber of Commerces Dayton Economic Development Org. Regional Econ. Dev. Organizations

    Job Center (Health & Family Services) Ohio Means Jobs Veterans Office WIB Boards

    Accelerate IT Executive Strategic Partners Forum Accelerate IT Executive Business & Industry Team Employers

    Austin C.C. Broward C.C. Cinci State Colin County C.C. Western Governors

    3. What is the solution?

  • AREA OF FOCUS

    (95%)

    Watch List

    (50%)

    AREA OF FOCUS

    (95%)

    Watch List

    (50%)

    Response Based

    upon need (50%)

    Reactive | Proactive | Anticipatory Operational Strategic Strategic Plan Plan Operational Plan

    Executive Management

    Middle Management

    Line Management Advisory Boards

    Advisory Boards

    Executive Business & Industry Forums

    Focus Groups/Advisory Boards

    TACTICAL STRATEGIC

    * Percentage (%) represent estimated likelihood of quality data based upon the type of actions taken.

    C. Target and engage customer employer (Stakeholder #1)

    3. What is the solution?

  • Interview Employers

    1. Conduct Industry Profile and LMI Data Review

    4. Target Employers

    5. Conduct B&I Executive Meeting

    6. Produce Regional Industry Plans and Reports (Staffing and Incumbent Development Plans, and Workforce Trending, Disruptors and Opportunity

    Reports)

    9. Academic Department(s) Review, Plan, and Produce Education (Employer Advisory Board)

    7. Strategic Partners Forum (Board) Review

    3. Engage Stakeholder Collaborative

    2

    2. Strategic Partners Forum (Board) Review

    8. Targeted Job Analysis Employer Focus Group

    D. Deploy Strategic Partnership Framework

    3. What is the solution?

    Education & Training

    MAPs 1. K,S,C,A 2. Modules 3. Learning Opps 4. Program 5. Syllabus

    Knowledge Repository 1. Employers 2. Plans 3. Job Specs

    Go to Phase

  • Example of Advanced Manufacturing Business & Industry Roundtable Workforce Analysis using adopted Accelerate IT Business & Industry Tools

    1. Individual 2. Small group 3. Large Group

    4. Follow-up

  • TM

    Customer-Centered

    Speak the language

    Empower the customer (employer)

    Fact based

    Employer-defined jobs are blueprint

    Drives institutional effectiveness and efficiency

    An environment of precision, personalized and accelerated learning exist!

    4. What are lessons learned?

  • TM

    Scale

    Establish institutional ownership

    Drive repeatable continuously improving system

    Align to employers HR strategies and plans

    5. What are the next steps?

  • TM

    In closing . . .

    More questions? Complete a Q/A Card.

    Follow-up session - Sharing Secrets of Successful Industry Partnerships

    http://www.sinclair.edu/online/accelerate/

  • 6/4/2015

    Austin Community College Accelerated Programmer Training Program

  • Purpose of ACCs Accelerated Programmer Training (APT) Industry Partner Program

    Student recrui+ng magnet

    Employment pipeline

    Enhanced program credibility

    Industry review of CBE

    Public approval of program by Industry Partners

    Job placement of graduates

  • Industry Partner recruitment Greater Aus+n Chamber of

    Commerce and other community partners

    Targeted solicita+on- including

    consultant

    Structure of ACCs Industry Partner Program

  • Industry Partner advantages

    First look at poten+al job candidates 1) Secure, anonymous porIolio viewing (Career

    Services)

    2) Virtual Job Fairs

    3) Mock interview sessions

    Structure of ACCs Industry Partner Program

  • Industry Partner advantages cont.

    Input on curriculum 1) Industry Review Panels confer with faculty

    designers regarding competencies

    Publicity 1) Corporate logo is placed on APT website as a live link to corporate website (generally HR/jobs page) for students to view

    Structure of ACCs Industry Partner Program

  • The Ask

    Consider APT graduates for employment Op+onal use of aptjobs.org website Op+on to par+cipate in industry review panels

    (with faculty) and mock interview sessions (with students)

    Use of corporate logo(with live link to their HR/

    jobs page) on our website

    Structure of ACCs Industry Partner Program

  • Industry Partners are NOT interested in a formal arrangement (i.e. MOUs, etc.)

    The pay by the pelt compensa+on structure for outreach consultants is the most effec+ve method

    Faculty par+cipa+on in industry review panels is spoYy unless required by contract

    Involving industry partners in mock interview sessions with students increased their overall involvement in the program and made them more likely to hire our students

    Lessons Learned

  • Students (and industry partners) are hesitant to u+lize the porIolio website unless there is a compelling reason Lack of training for industry partners and students Need porIolio development guidance Need job scraping so]ware

    Students who par+cipate in the career services process

    have a higher success rate than those who do not

    Some industry partners do not care about specific creden+als (cer+ficates) as much as they care about grades.

    Lessons Learned (continued)

  • Industry review panels should be mandatory for all courses

    Industry partner surveys about areas of interest are helpful

    Aus+n Technology Council no formal rela+onship

    Lessons Learned (continued)

  • Process designed to populate the aptjobs.org individual student pages

    APTs Career Services Program (for students)

  • APT Career Services web page contains advice, links, and videos about:

    Resumes Customized cover leYers Personal branding including social media, LinkedIn, etc.

    Targeted networking Improving interviewing skills Follow-up

    APTs Career Services Program (for students)

  • Collabora+on with Workforce Solu+ons- Capital Area to provide resume wri+ng and interview classes

    Mock interview sessions for near graduates

    1) Actual hiring agents from our industry partners provide feedback 2) Students meet with 2-3 different companies 3) Hiring students not permiYed at these sessions, but companies may contact the students a]erwards through aptjobs.org site

    APTs Career Services Program (for students)

  • APT currently has over 130 Industry Partners and is s+ll recrui+ng

    90% of APT students

    gradua+ng in December 2014 looking for work had job offers by the first week of January

    Results

  • The best parts about APT are moving at your own pace and hands-on assignments. I found

    my job (as a developer) through ACC Services.

    - Benjamin (Fall 2014 APT Graduate)

    Department of Labor Disclaimer: This product was 100% funded by a 2.1 million dollar grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labors Employment and Training Administra+on. The product was created by the grantee and does not necessarily reflect the official posi+on of the U.S. Department of Labor. The Department of Labor makes no guarantees, warran+es, or assurances of any kind, express or implied, with respect to such informa+on, including any informa+on on linked sites and including, but not limited to, accuracy of the informa+on or its completeness, +meliness, usefulness, adequacy, con+nued availability, or ownership.

    CBE4CC - Accelerate IT Employer Track (session 1) FinalDeveloping a CBE Industry Partner Program


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