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Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development. Presented by: Camille Preus, Commissioner August 23, 2012. Education and Skill Development Continuum. General Educational Development (GED). Accelerated Learning Opportunities. On-the-Job-Training (OJT). Career & Technical

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department of community colleges and workforce development

Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development

Presented by:

Camille Preus, Commissioner

August 23, 2012

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Education and Skill Development Continuum

General Educational

Development (GED)

Accelerated Learning

Opportunities

On-the-Job-Training (OJT)

Career & Technical

Education (CTE)

Apprenticeship

Engaged Citizens

Increasing the Skills, Knowledge, and Career Opportunities of Oregonians

Find Your Future

Good Jobs

Livable Communities

National Career Readiness

Certificate (NCRC)

Workforce Training

Oregon Pathways for

Adult Basic Skills

Lower Division Collegiate

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Oregon Community Colleges are the key access point for postsecondary education.

  • Provide opportunities for 372,469 students each year to advance their education and acquire new skills.
  • Postsecondary education and skill development programs:
    • Lower Division Collegiate
    • Career and Technical Education
    • Accelerated Learning Opportunities
    • Adult Literacy and English as a Second Language
    • Adult Continuing Education
    • Work with local businesses to deliver Customized Workforce Training programs designed to meet local labor market demand.
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Oregon Community Colleges Full-Time Equivalent

Enrollment by Program Area 2010-11

Total: 124,988

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Career and Technical Education

  • Degrees and Certificates prepare students for direct entry into employment.
  • “Middle-skill jobs, which require more than a high school diploma but less than a four-year degree, currently make up the largest segment of jobs in our economy, and will continue to do so for years to come.”
  • Occupations and Career Pathways:
    • Licensed Practical Nurses
    • Fire Fighters
    • Computer Support Specialist
    • Accounting Technician
    • Machinists
    • Heavy Truck Drivers
    • Electricians

Source: Oregon’s Forgotten Middle-Skill Jobs, February 2009

Source: Oregon’s Forgotten Middle-Skill Jobs, February 2009

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Local and Customized Workforce Training

Oregon’s Community Colleges are meeting the training needs of local employers in their communities:

  • Providing customized training/industry certification
  • Over 270 employers served
  • Over 980 trainings for more than 15,889 adults
  • Maintaining high employer satisfaction with customized training:
    • 99% of employers would contract with the college again

Source: 2008-09 performance results reported in the Annual Performance Progress Report (APPR) submitted in the EBL August/September 2010

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General Educational Development (GED)

Five subject areas, passing these tests certifies that test taker has American high school-level academic skills

2010-11 Oregon GED Tests

  • “I’ve always been great at learning things, but the cookie-cutter methods of teaching in high school bored me to death.”

11,767

9,039

Source: GED Testing Service

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The Middle 40

Trendline to 40-40-20

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WorkSource Oregon Customers

WIA IB Participants and Number Trained

2010

2011

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Created by HB 2398 (2009)

  • Championed by OWIB, Oregon businesses
  • Responds to employer needs
      • Verifies skills workers need to be successful in the workplace
      • Reading for Information,
      • Locating Information,
      • Applied Mathematics
  • National, Portable Credential
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Current NCRC Sites by County

Certificate Total

(as of August 2012)

19,473

Bronze 11%

Silver 53%

Gold 35%

Platinum 1%

Updated 09/20/10

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Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching, learning, and research materials in any medium that reside in the public domain or have been released under an open license that permits their free use and re-purposing by others.

Source: Creative Commons

Updated 09/20/10

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Updated 09/20/10

Credit: Timothy Valentine & Leo Reynolds CC-BY-NC-SA

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Only ONE thing Matters:

  • Efficient use of public funds to increase student success and access to quality educational materials.
  • Everything else (including all existing business models) is secondary.

Updated 09/20/10

Source: Creative Commons

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Department of Community Colleges and

Workforce Development

For additional information:

Camille Preus, Commissioner

camille.preus@state.or.us

255 Capitol Street NE

Salem OR 97310

503-378-8648

http://www.oregon.gov/CCWD/