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Working with Training and Upgrading Funds. Laura Chenven, Denise Cherenfant, Tracy Woodman, Myra Glassman June 18, 2014. Labor/management training and upgrading fund. The Jeopardy response: What is a Taft Hartley, Erisa benefit fund? For hospitals and ambulatory care including clinics

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Working with Training and Upgrading Funds

Laura Chenven, Denise Cherenfant, Tracy Woodman, Myra Glassman

June 18, 2014


Labor/management training and upgrading fund

  • The Jeopardy response: What is a Taft Hartley, Erisa benefit fund?

    • For hospitals and ambulatory care including clinics

    • For nursing homes

    • For homecare

  • Public sector partnerships – may not be Taft Hartley

  • Homecare not for profits – 501 C3s


Sector partnerships with a difference

  • Not exactly an intermediary because they represent the industry directly but function in some similar ways

  • Supply side and demand side work together

  • Making sure that programs benefit workers and their employers

  • Focused primarily on the incumbent workforce

  • Dealing with the issues of the working adult


Value and advantage

  • Primarily multi-employer

  • Impact on regional workforce delivery system possible though not always easy

  • Long term career pathways valued and supported

  • Success for a diverse workforce

  • Successful outcomes monitored over time

  • Impact education delivery, accessibility and provide economies of scale


What is H-CAP and the H-CAP Ed. Asso.

  • A Board of employers and unions

  • A network of sector training partnerships

  • 15 affiliated funds/projects

  • 13 states, plus Washington DC

  • Approximately 430,000 covered workers

  • More than 700 employers

  • $71.4 million in bargained resources, another $12-25 million in other forms of funding

  • 120,000 enrolled in some form of training


For more information

Laura Chenven

Director, H-CAP

[email protected]

212 494 0560


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