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October 2005 Workforce Summit. Orlando, Florida. Building a Successful Youth Construction Preapprenticeship Partnership Initiative . What is CTC?.

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October 2005 Workforce Summit

Orlando, Florida

Building a

Successful

Youth

Construction Preapprenticeship Partnership

Initiative


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What is CTC?

CTC is a unique and growing partnership among the construction industry, the School Districts of Manatee and Sarasota Counties and the Suncoast Workforce Board


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CTC Mission

To develop a skilled, younger workforce for the construction trades in Manatee and Sarasota Counties (FL.) through the coordination and promotion of a preapprenticeship program for construction career exploration in high school.


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What Makes CTC Work?The Partnership!

Contractors

Sub-Contractors

Home Builders

Trade Associations

Vendors/Suppliers

School District Personnel

Technical Institutes

High Schools

Apprenticeship Advocates

In-kind Services


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Partnership DevelopmentTimetable

  • 2000 - Suncoast Workforce Board and construction industry representatives discuss the issue

  • Early 2001 – Trades people, educators and elected officials discuss the options


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Partnership DevelopmentContinued

  • Summer 2001 – Researched ACT Program/Orlando

  • Late 2001 – Hired CTC coordinator

  • December 2002 – Enrolled first preapprentices

  • May 2004 – Graduated first class of completer preapprentices


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10 Steps to Building A Successful Program

  • Confirm the existence of trade apprenticeships in the area and subsequent need for preapprenticeship

  • Develop industry/employer/education group utilizing existing relationships with area apprenticeship programs

  • Determine 1st year budget and secure funding commitments

  • Apply for State Program Registration (Fl. Dept. of Ed.)


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10 Steps to Building A Successful ProgramContinued

  • Research OJT requirements for the Child Labor Law

  • Arrange for facilities, equipment and instructors

  • Develop a marketing plan to reach parents, students, counselors, school administrators and contractors


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Steps to Building A Successful ProgramContinued

  • Publicize program and enroll preapprentices

  • Activate supplemental activities

  • Develop a program monitoring plan for on-going program evaluation


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Plumber

Electrician

Mason

HVAC technician

MTI Rep

SCTI Rep

General Contractor

Gulf Coast Builders Exchange Director

Suncoast Workforce Board Director

CTC Coordinator

CTC Executive Committee(Governing Body)


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CTC Council(Advisory Committee)

  • Reps from two School Districts

  • Reps from two Technical Institutes

  • Reps from Suncoast Workforce Board

  • Reps from all 5 construction trades

  • Construction industry employers – CTC members (financial investors)


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Trade Association Partners

  • Electrical Council of Florida (Manasota Chapter)

  • Manasota Plumbers/Heating/Cooling Contractors

  • Manasota Air Conditioning Contractors

  • Masonry Contractors of FL (Tampa Chapter)

  • Florida Concrete & Products Assn. (Region 5N)

  • Gulf Coast Builders Exchange

  • Homebuilder Associations


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Enrollment

900 hours of curriculum in trades over 2 school years

OSHA training

CPR / First Aid training

Employability skills training

OJT work experience

Progress to trades employment and apprenticeship

Articulation with local community college

Program Components


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Youth Eligibility Criteria

  • Enrolled in high school

  • Minimum 16 years of age

  • On track to graduate high school

  • Minimum 2.0 grade point average

  • Parental approval/encouragement


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Program Curriculum

  • First Semester Curriculum

  • NCCER core – Contren Learning Series

    • Basic Safety – 15 hrs.

    • Construction Math – 15 hrs.

    • Basic Hand Tools – 10 hrs.

    • Basic Power Tools – 5 hrs.

    • Basic Blueprint Reading/Interpretation – 7.5 hrs.

    • Basic Rigging (optional) – 20 hours


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Program Continued

  • Supplemental Coursework

    • OSHA 10 hour construction course

    • Beginner First Aid – Red Cross Version

    • Beginner CPR – Red Cross Version

    • NCCER Employability Skills

  • Other Modules for CTC

    • Carpentry – 155 hrs.

    • Masonry – 155 hrs.

    • Plumbing – 155 hrs.

    • Electrical – 155 hrs.

    • HVAC – 155 hrs.


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Supplemental Program Activities

  • Career Exploration – Field Trips

  • Speaker’s Bureau

  • Mentors

  • Academic Remediation

  • Community Service / Volunteer Opportunities

  • Job Placement Assistance Upon Graduation



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Most Recent Outcomes2 year program

  • 2004/05 – was 3rd year for program

  • 53 youths enrolled as preapprentices

  • 14 participated in summer OJT

  • 8 completed 2 year preapprenticeship


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Recent Success

  • Awarded 2004 $10,000 Lowe’s grant

  • Awarded 2004 $25,000 Home Depot grant

  • Presented as NAWB best practice model at March 2004 national conference

  • Received 2005 NAWB Ted Small Partnership Award

  • Received 2005 Manatee Chamber Business/Education Partnership Award


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Building Success

Diversified Partnership

Dedicated Volunteers

Growing Workforce Need

National Foundation Grantscatalyst for local fundraising


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Contact Information

Construction Technology Careers

1750 17th Street, Building J-2

Sarasota, FL 34234

(941) 361-6090 ext. 113

E-mail: [email protected]

Website: www.ConstructionTechnologyCareers.org


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