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HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT. System Office Updates HRD Moving Forward HRD Course Offerings. System Office Updates. changes and updates from the NC Community college system office. System Office Updates. FTE Trends - Prefix. Course Trends - Prefix. FTE to Courses – Energy and Time.

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Human resources development
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

System Office Updates

HRD Moving Forward

HRD Course Offerings


System office updates
System Office Updates

changes and updates from the

NC Community college system office

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System Office Updates

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Fte trends prefix
FTE Trends - Prefix

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Course trends prefix
Course Trends - Prefix

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Fte to courses energy and time
FTE to Courses – Energy and Time

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Fte trends short view
FTE – Trends (short view)

Actual Change relative

to % of change from

year to year

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Fte trend long view analysis
FTE Trend (long view) - Analysis

NC Back to Work

2012-2013

JobsNow

2009-2010

2001 HRD moves from

categorical funding to budget FTE

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Hrd 3004 updates
HRD 3004 - Updates

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Hrd 3004 colleague issue
HRD 3004 – Colleague Issue

Issue: Error given making changes to Fall 2013 HRD 3004 classes

  • Change Status to alter courses built on S14635

    • ‘X’

  • Return Status to AB upon completion of changes

    • 2014 sections must be built off of S14635

  • Contact CIS – SME for questions/assistance

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Hrd 3005 updates
HRD 3005 - Updates

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Waivers
Waivers

  • Human resources development courses for any individual who

    • is unemployed;

    • has received notification of a pending layoff;

    • is working and is eligible for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (FEITC); or

    • is working and earning wages at or below two hundred percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines

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Funding
Funding

  • Formula Budget

    • Funds are allocated using three methodologies: 1) base allocations, which provide a standard amount of support regardless of college size, 2) enrollment allocations, which vary on a college’s budgeted full-time equivalent (FTE) student enrollment, and 3) performance-based allocations, which are determined based on student outcomes.

  • Tiered Funding

    • Tier 1

      • High Cost Curriculum Programs

    • Tier 2

      • Balance of Curriculum Programs

      • Continuing Education courses scheduled 96 hours or longer andmapped to 3rd party credential, certificate or industry-designed curriculum

      • All Basic Skills Courses

    • Tier 3

      • Balance of Continuing Education Programs

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Fte and oe fees
FTE and OE Fees

  • Full-time Equivalency (FTE)

    • metric used to describe the number of instructional hours equivalent to one student enrolled full-time during a typical year. A typical full-time student attends sixteen hours per week for sixteen weeks or 256 instructional hours per fall and spring semesters. During the summer, a typical full-time student attends sixteen hours per week for eleven weeks or 176 instructional hours. For curriculum programs, the total number of instructional hours equivalent to one FTE unit is 512 hours (256 hours times fall and spring semesters). For all other educational programs, the total number of instructional hours equivalent to one FTE unit is 688 hours (256 hours times fall and spring semesters plus 176 hours for summer semester).

OE Registration Fees

2013 - 2014

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Fte values 2013 2014
FTE Values: 2013 - 2014

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2012 cost of hrd estimated
2012 Cost of HRD (*estimated)

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2012 course hours 1 4 hour impact
2012 Course Hours: 1 – 4 hour impact

  • Hours

  • Institutional Resources

  • Student Impact

  • Waiver

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Laws and polices
Laws and Polices

  • General Statutes

  • State Board of Community Colleges Code

  • Memos

  • Guidelines

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Nc general statutes
NC General Statutes

  • Chapter 115- D; Community College Laws

  • Chapter 115- B; Tuition & Fee Waivers

    Reference: http://www.ncga.state.nc.us/gascripts/Statutes/StatutesTOC.pl

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State board of community colleges code sbccc
State Board of Community Colleges Code (SBCCC)

  • Guidelines, policies, and regulations

  • Revision process

    • 1D – Educational Programs

    • 1G – Full-time Equivalent (FTE)

      Reference:

      http://www.nccommunitycolleges.edu/Legal/SBCCCode.htm

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North carolina community college system numbered memos
North Carolina Community College System – Numbered Memos

CC13-004

2013 HRD Tuition and Fee Waiver Guidelines

Reference:

http://www.nccommunitycolleges.edu/numbered_memos/

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Communication
Communication

  • Cross-Divisional Meeting

    • Program Services

    • Audit Services

    • IT – CIS Services

      Opportunity to communicate across divisions to ensure consistent message and support to colleges.

      Recent conversations:

      Course overlap – CC98-362 only references overlap between membership classes, it does not address how to deal with overlap issues between membership and contact hour classes. Audit services will be providing language clarifying that contact hours may be counted for budget FTE where there is evidence that those hours did not overlap with the college schedule for a membership class as documented within official college systems.

      Faculty contract execution – 1G SBCCC 100.99(b) references that a college must pay for instruction which is reported for budget FTE. Best business practice to generate and acquire signatures prior to start of class, not a requirement of code.

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Training review opportunities
Training – Review Opportunities

  • Distance Learning

    • College retains responsibility for instruction

      • Content of course – expectations of learning

      • Instructor interaction / involvement in online environment

      • Student support to meet learning objectives

        Documentation

    • Instructor signatures

      • Membership Roster

      • Contact Hour Roster

    • Change documents

      • Colleague / Roster / ICR

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Hrd moving forward
HRD Moving Forward

HRD where we started and where we are going

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HRD Moving Forward

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Human Resources Development - Timeline

1973 – 1974

939 students in enrolled in HRD

HRD begins as an experimental training program with Manpower Development Corp.

HRD programs start at AB-Tech, Craven, Isothermal, Roanoke-Chowan and Southeastern

NC General Assembly shifts funding source from categorical to budget FTE

1968

1970

1971

1973

2001

2012

Lenoir CC establishes the 1st HRD program at a community college

  • Over 120,000 students enrolled in HRD classes across 58 community colleges

NC General Assembly appropriates $1.4M to institutionalize HRD in 30 community colleges

HRD was an experiment seen as an answer to business and industry calls for work readiness training – ‘employability skills’.


Waiver authorization intent
Waiver Authorization - Intent

  • NC G.S. 115D-5(b)(13)

  • In order to make instruction as accessible as possible to all citizens, the teaching of curricular courses and of noncurricular extension courses at convenient locations away from institution campuses as well as on campuses is authorized and shall be encouraged. A pro rata portion of the established regular tuition rate charged a full-time student shall be charged a part-time student taking any curriculum course. In lieu of any tuition charge, the State Board of Community Colleges shall establish a uniform registration fee, or a schedule of uniform registration fees, to be charged students enrolling in extension courses for which instruction is financed primarily from State funds. The State Board of Community Colleges may provide by general and uniform regulations for waiver of tuition and registration fees for the following:

  • Human resources development courses for any individual who

    • is unemployed;

    • has received notification of a pending layoff;

    • is working and is eligible for the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (FEITC); or

    • is working and earning wages at or below two hundred percent (200%) of the federal poverty guidelines

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Human resources development program continuation audience
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CONTINUATION - AUDIENCE

  • 1G SBCCC 200.97

  • Each college shall operate a Human Resources Development (HRD) program to provide assessment services, employability training, and career development counseling to unemployed and underemployed individuals.

  • FTE shall be generated from HRD programs.

  • Each college shall provide HRD instruction and support necessary for unemployed and dislocated workers to be served within the college service areas.

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Human resources development program continuation content
HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CONTINUATION - CONTENT

1D SBCCC 300.3(2)(f)

The Human Resources Development (HRD) program provides skill assessment services, employability skills training, and career development counseling to unemployed and underemployed adults. These courses shall address six core components as follows:

  • assessment of an individual's assets and limitations;

  • development of a positive self-concept;

  • development of employability skills;

  • development of communication skills;

  • development of problem-solving skills; and

  • awareness of the impact of information technology in the workplace.

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Accountability credibility
Accountability & Credibility

  • Numbered Memo CC00-147

    Course Content

    Course outline and class activities are reflective of HRD core curriculum components.

    Course Intent

    Considers the manner in which the course is offered and publicized.

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Initiatives
Initiatives

  • NC Back-to-Work

    • 49 Colleges participating in NC Back-to-Work

  • NCReady4Work

    • New initiative release to State Board CC – November 2013

  • Accelerating Transitions (Basic Skills Plus)

    • 46 Colleges participating – 4 additional colleges in approval process

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Nc back to work
NC Back-to-Work

  • 2012 – 2013 KEY FINDINGS

  • The North Carolina Back to Work program is a skills training program designed to provide credential attainment in high-growth industries to people facing long-term unemployment that was funded by the General Assembly with $5 million in one-time money. That funding was subsequently supplemented by $2.5 million in Workforce Investment Act funds through the Commission on Workforce Development.

  • This training program was designed to target people who have been unemployed for 26 weeks or more and those who have exhausted their unemployment benefits. In 2011, 46 percent of the state’s unemployed have been out of work for 26 weeks or more.

  • Sixteen community colleges applied to be Back to Work sites and met the criteria for acceptance. The criteria included the following: 1) the number of long-term unemployed individuals in the college’s service area, 2) the percentage of long-term unemployed individuals in the college’s service area, 3) the availability of jobs for which the NC Back to Work program could prepare students, and 4) the college’s demonstrated willingness and ability to successfully implement the program.

  • 2013 – 2014 UPDATES

  • The NC Back-to-Work program provides pre-employment training for entry-level technical jobs. Training will be short-term and focused on skill competencies that lead to industry-recognizedor state-regulated credentials. Integrated into the training program will be employability skills, workplace safety/OSHA credentials, and preparation for the Career Readiness Certification.

  • Target population expanded to reflect workforce needs: unemployed and underemployed North Carolinians, Military Veterans, and NC National Guard members.

  • Forty-nine community colleges applied to be NC Back-to-Work sites and met the criteria for acceptance. Five colleges were funded for a second priority as well. Training programs are aligned with approved occupational clusters: manufacturing, construction trades, information technology, transportation and bioag/natural resources.

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NC Back-to-Work

NC Back-to-Work requires a leadership team of a number of critical partners:

Workforce Continuing Education

Human Resources Development

Career Readiness Certification (CRC)

Partners as relevant:

Basic Skills Plus Program

Curriculum Department Chairs

Veteran Services

Student Services

Financial Aid

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Ncready4work
NCReady4Work

  • Goal:

  • NC will have the Nation’s Best Workforce

  • What do we need to do as a community college system and overall workforce development system to make sure we're working efficiently and strategically and accountably to address workforce issues in North Carolina?

  • Logistics:

    • 2-3 Learning Summits per ‘Prosperity Zone’

    • Consistent agenda/framework

    • Demonstrate best practice partnerships

    • Colleges, local and industry leaders

    • Capture feedback/trends for strategic development

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Accelerating transitions
Accelerating Transitions

The Basic Skills Plus program was developed to provide employability skills, job-specific occupational and technical skills, and developmental education instruction to students concurrently enrolled in a community college course leading to a high school diploma or equivalent certificate. To accomplish this task, local colleges may use up to twenty (20%) of their State Literacy Funds to develop and implement a customized education program that features redesigned program delivery models which include learning communities, streamlined operational processes, integrated teaching strategies, contextualized instructional materials/teaching aids, collaborative partnerships, and accelerated strategies that support student success.

There is an ‘Employability Skills Component’ of the program requirements which is to include Human Resources Development (HRD) and the Career Readiness Certification (CRC).

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Hrd 3005 microsoft digital literacy
HRD 3005 – Microsoft Digital Literacy

Microsoft IT Academy Certification (MOS): MS Digital Literacy Certification

Through Perkins funds the NCCCS has acquired access to the Microsoft IT Academy Certification for MOS. The MOS certifications are workforce training certifications which can be implemented in both CE and CU programs. Colleges have access to MOS vouchers for Certiport testing through the ITA.

A component of the larger Microsoft IT Academy learning package is the MS Digital Literacy Certification which includes both the student and instructor curriculum for industry designed base line digital literacy.

Who is the Digital Literacy Curriculum for?

The Digital Literacy Curriculum is for anyone with basic reading skills who wants to learn the

fundamentals of computer technology. The curriculum is written at a reading level similar to

that of most newspapers around the world. Learners who complete the curriculum will

understand basic computing concepts and skills.

What is the Digital Literacy Certificate?

Candidates who receive a passing score on the Digital Literacy Certificate Test can print

out a personalized Digital Literacy Certificate. The Digital Literacy Certificate is considered

a "low-stakes" rather than a "high-stakes" certification because there is no proctor to verify

the identity of candidates and no testing center to ensure that candidates rely only on their

own knowledge to complete the test. The certificate validates skills learned for each student;

it does not provide a formal proof of skills for others.

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Hrd course offerings
HRD Course Offerings

Best practices and course changes

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HRD Course Offerings: 2012 – 2013CE1

Balanced distribution between course offerings and FTE generation

HRD 3001: 3004: 3005

66% of courses

54% of FTE

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Hrd 3001 employability skills
HRD 3001 Employability Skills

  • This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework must address each of the six core HRD components:

  • Assessment of an individual’s assets and limitations,

  • Development of a positive self-concept,

  • Development of employability skills,

  • Development of communication skills,

  • Development of problem-solving skills, and

  • Awareness of the impact of information technology in the workplace.

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HRD 3001 Employability Skills

  • Topics for Discussion

    • Series

    • Course Intent

    • Hours

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Hrd 3004 career readiness pathways
HRD 3004 Career Readiness/Pathways

  • This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework is based on a specific occupation and includes one or more of the following topics:

  • career exploration

  • entry-level skills competency awareness

  • employability skills [soft skills]

  • job search strategies

    **This course should be linked to an occupational course or

    career pathways program offered at the college.

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HRD 3004 Career Readiness/Pathways

  • Topics for Discussion

    • Titles

    • Course Intent

    • Hours

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Hrd 3005 technology awareness
HRD 3005 Technology Awareness

  • This course provides employability skills training for unemployed and underemployed adults. The curriculum framework and the content of the instructional materials will focus on computer use skills as it relates to:

  • developing basic keyboarding

  • word-processing, and internet awareness

  • learning technology based job search strategies

  • applying for employment online

  • accessing governmental and educational resources and services

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HRD 3005 Technology Awareness

  • Topics for Discussion

    • Titles

    • Course Intent

    • Hours

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HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT

QUESTIONS?

TOPICS FOR FUTURE DISCUSSION


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