Centers of Excellence. Industry’s Partner for Emergency Preparedness. Introduction. Overview Washington COE’s COE for Homeland Security Discussion Interface between industry, Community and Technical Colleges Skill Panel Questions.
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Industry’s Partner for Emergency Preparedness
Washington employers need workers with more than one year of college, but less than, four years of college to fill skilled labor pool.
Source: Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
Centers of Excellence
Dislocated and unemployed workers
Job Skills Program
Matching grants for customized training
Contracted training for business and industry
Integrated Basic Skills
Perkins Voc./Tech. Act
11 Flagship Institutions---
Security Initiatives of the Community and Technical
Colleges in the State of Washington”
CTC and Public Works
CTC and Emergency Management Regions
CTCs and Community
Washington State Workforce Training and Education
Homeland Security-related employment opportunities are developing rapidly.
An assessment of emerging skill sets for both incumbent and new workers is needed.
Pierce College’s Center of Excellence has formed a skill panel that will research several industry disciplines to determine homeland security-related training needs and skill content.
Targeted Industry Disciplines:
(10) Emergency Medical Services
(11) Volunteer Organizations
(12) Cyber Security
(13) Private Sector (Safety, Security or Building Managers)
Where we need you!
For more information about the project contact:
Center of Excellence for Homeland Security
9401 Farwest Drive S.W.
Lakewood, Washington 98498-1999
Phone: (253) 912-3622