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Tulsa Oklahoma Community Audit Grant Project Results. March 2003. Community Audit Outcomes. Completed Tulsa WIB’s Strategic Plan Designed & Launched Workforce Website Portal at www.workforcetulsa.com and Spanish Language Version Initiated One-Stop System Performance Improvement Efforts

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Tulsa oklahoma community audit grant project results

Tulsa OklahomaCommunity Audit Grant Project Results

March 2003

Community audit outcomes
Community Audit Outcomes

  • Completed Tulsa WIB’s Strategic Plan

  • Designed & Launched Workforce Website Portal at www.workforcetulsa.comand Spanish Language Version

  • Initiated One-Stop System Performance Improvement Efforts

    • Process Mapping, Baldrige Self-Assessment & Chartering

  • Completed Labor Market Supply & Demand Study with Tulsa Metro Chamber

    • Economic Development, WIB & Privately Co-funded at $135,000

    • Contracted with Wadley-Donovan Group, national site location consultant

    • Primary & Secondary Data Collection Methodology & Templates (sustainability)

    • Inventory of Region’s WF/E&T Assets & Services (Perkins-funded follow-up project)

    • Geographic Information Systems Implementation

  • Conducted Industry Sector Audits

    • Manufacturing, IT/Telecom, Healthcare

  • Implemented Layoff Rapid Response Strategies

    • Re-employment Assistance Center at Mall Location

    • Launched www.tulsacareerlink.com

Labor market study best practices innovative products

Planning & Informational Resources/ Documents

www.workforcetulsa.com - secondary local labor market data framework

Overview PowerPoint Presentation

Labor Market Study Request for Proposals and Project Timeline

Self-Sufficiency Standard Report

WIB Critical Few Priorities Survey

WIB Strategic Plan & Planning Framework

1-Stop Process Improvement Model

Household Survey

Household Survey - mailed to 10,000 households

Household Employment Codes - necessary to fill out the Household Survey

Encuesta en español (Household Survey in Spanish)

Código de empleos en español (Household Employment Codes in Spanish)

Employer Survey Component

Employer Survey - mailed to 3,430 employers

Employer Engagement Strategy

Inventory of Educational and Training Resources

Post-Secondary Educational Survey - mailed out to >200 public & private career technical schools, colleges, universities, training providers and high schools

Non-Institutional Training Providers Survey - mailed out to state agencies, non-profits and one-stop training centers

Post-Secondary and Non-Institutional Mailing List - a list of institutions who received surveys

Labor Market StudyBest Practices & Innovative Products

Go forward strategy
“Go-Forward” Strategy

  • Implement WIB Strategic Plan Priority Goals & Action Steps

    • Strengthen community awareness and increase business engagement.

    • Maximize stakeholder collaboration for workforce delivery system alignment & integration.

    • Increase workforce delivery system accountability.

  • 10-County Regional LMS Completed August 2002

    • Review, Analysis and Implementation Responsibilities Assigned via Coalition

    • Influence Regional 2025 Visioning Process

    • GIS Implementation

    • Technical Updates Timeline

  • Phase 2 of One-Stop Process Improvement/Baldrige/Chartering

    • New 20,000 sq. ft. Center with $500K custom build out

    • Customer entry & in-depth assessment process redesign - Resource Room Model

    • Robust Seminar, Workshop & Networking Services

    • Implement Family Economic Self-Sufficiency Standard

  • Launch WIB/Chamber Employer Engagement Joint Venture

    • Employer Council

    • Manufacturing, IT/Telecom & Healthcare Sectoral Skill Audits/Roundtables

    • Business Services Team/Business Intelligence Center

    • www.okskills.net implementation