Texas Workforce Commission- Missing Link Project. Missing Link Project Update TAIR Annual Conference February 6, 2008 James Loiselle Hiwot Berhane. Agenda. Background ICF Approach Overview of Results Limitations Questions/Comments. Background.
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Missing Link Project Update
TAIR Annual Conference
February 6, 2008
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Purpose of project:
Step 1: Project Kick-off
Step 2: Edit and verify DWA to CIP links made by TWC/LMCI staff
Step 3: Link DWA statements to WECM courses
Step 4: Gather SME Input to Refine and Validate Ratings
*Note 1: 4461 WECMs were provided by TWC in original database. After 127 duplicates were removed, 4334 WECMs remained.
**Note 2: Individual DWAs, by nature, were typically linked to multiple CIPs.
Selection and Use of Project SMEs:
Step 5: Identify and Add Missing DWAs for Each CIP
Step 6: Conduct roll-up for DWA to CIP linkages
Step 7: Link DWA statements to WECM courses
Step 8: Create master database
DWA 18=Newly identified DWA currently addressed through WECM but not originally linked to CIP through ‘mechanical’ linkages conducted by TWC.