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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

what is ctc
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

ctc mission
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.

what makes ctc work the partnership
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

partnership development timetable
Partnership DevelopmentTimetable
  • 2000 - Suncoast Workforce Board and construction industry representatives discuss the issue
  • Early 2001 – Trades people, educators and elected officials discuss the options
partnership development continued
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
10 steps to building a successful program
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.)
10 steps to building a successful program continued
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
steps to building a successful program continued
Steps to Building A Successful ProgramContinued
  • Publicize program and enroll preapprentices
  • Activate supplemental activities
  • Develop a program monitoring plan for on-going program evaluation
ctc executive committee governing body
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)
ctc council advisory committee
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)
trade association partners
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
program components
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
youth eligibility criteria
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
program curriculum
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
program continued
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.
supplemental program activities
Supplemental Program Activities
  • Career Exploration – Field Trips
  • Speaker’s Bureau
  • Mentors
  • Academic Remediation
  • Community Service / Volunteer Opportunities
  • Job Placement Assistance Upon Graduation
most recent outcomes 2 year program
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
recent success
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
building success
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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