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Workforce innovation and opportunity act wioa

Workforce innovation and opportunity act (wioa)

Selected issues for Metro North

Regional designation

Regional designation

  • In alignment with labor market areas and economic development regions

  • Through consultation of governor with state board and with chief elected officials and local boards

  • Initial (two-year) approval upon request by existing local areas demonstrating successful performance/fiscal integrity

  • Subsequent approval if successful fiscal and programmatic performance



  • Cross-Secretariat/Cross-Disciplinary Planning

    • Unified planning process across workforce development, adult education, vocational rehabilitation, Wagner-Peyser

    • Requires planning with economic development

    • Performance indicators shared across titles; co-enrollment and shared data encouraged

    • Performance indicators emphasize earning recognized credentials, making skill gains

    • Career pathways to provide education/training/employment assistance

    • Performance indicators require long-term follow-up to capture outcomes

      Regional Planning across Workforce Areas

    • Assumes homogeneous regions vs. customized partnering by industry

Career centers

Career Centers

  • Career center operators must be procured through a competitive process

    • Delay rechartering process in Metro North?

  • Wagner-Peyser services must be co-located with career centers

    • Metro North is one of four MA regions with a WIA waiver to allow operator staff to provide Wagner-Peyser employment services

    • Will we be allowed to continue our current model?

  • Career center partners must contribute to infrastructure costs; MOUs to include cost-sharing requirements

  • Career centers must go through certification process defined at state level, but implemented locally

  • Career Center Partners:

    • Adds Second Chance, TANF, and Unemployment Assistance

    • Removes Job Corps

Emphasis on work based learning

Emphasis on Work-Based Learning

  • Emphasis on job-driven/work experience service models

    • OJT, apprenticeship, internships, work experience

    • 20% of youth funds to work experience

    • Adds option for incumbent worker training

    • Ability to shift 100% of funds between Adults and Dislocated Workers

Workforce development board wdb composition

Workforce Development Board (WDB) composition

  • At least 50% business

  • At least 20% representatives of workforce

    • New: representative of apprenticeship program

  • Representatives of education and training activities

  • Representatives of government and economic and community development

    Standing Committees:

  • Youth Council  Youth Committee

  • PFO/Career Center Committees  One-Stop Delivery System

  • Individuals with Disabilities Committee

  • Others, at local option

  • Board role thirteen points

    Board Role - Thirteen points

    • Local Plan

    • Workforce Research and Regional Labor Market Analysis

    • Convening, Brokering, Leveraging

    • Employer Engagement

    • Career Pathways Development

    • Proven and Promising Practices

    • Technology

    • Program Oversight

    • Negotiation of Local Performance Measures

    • Selection of Operators/Providers

    • Coordination with Education Providers

    • Budget and Administration

    • Accessibility for Individuals with Disabilities

    Important dates


    • Draft regulations 7/11/2015

    • Partial implementation 7/1/2015

    • Full implementation 7/1/2016

    Business engagement

    Business Engagement

    • Contributions

      • Equipment donations

      • Staff time for: instruction, mentors, guest lectures, industry sessions

      • Career exposure/work experience:

        • Job Shadowing

        • Internships

        • OJTs

        • Summer Jobs/Part-time Jobs for Youth

      • Interview training completers

      • Commitment to hire qualified candidates

    • Board Participation

      • Influence policy

      • Influence resource investment

    • Industry Partnerships

      • Strategic planning

      • Career pathways development

      • Curriculum advice

      • Training design

    Business engagement1

    Business engagement

    • How can we convincingly frame what we do as a joint effort and of joint value to business and workforce development/education?

    • What obstacles are there for business participation?

      • What are the costs?

    • What incentives are there for business participation?

      • Is succession planning/pipeline development a factor?

      • Is preparing the workforce a business problem?

      • Could there be long-term cost reductions due to participation?

    • Business leadership

    • How do we identify/develop industry champions?

    • Should these partnerships be employer-led? How can we facilitate this?

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