CAREER CENTER REVIEWERS’ TRAINING JUNE 11, 2013. Today’s Agenda. Reviewers Training Agenda. Background Responsibilities of the Reviewers Certification Process Steps Differences Full Center vs. Affiliate The Review Process: The What’s and How’s Evaluating Required Documentation
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JUNE 11, 2013
Development of the Career Center Certification Process
Kentucky’s Brand Promise
As a team of experts, we are dedicated to providing Kentucky employers with a qualified, skilled workforce and the people of Kentucky with career and job training and educational opportunities.
With the unique ability to connect employees and employers through the combined efforts of state and local partners, we will become a valuable, competitive and best-in-class asset in the growth of our regional and national economy.
By guiding, empowering and inspiring our customers, we will continue our mission to create success stories across the Commonwealth.
Kentucky Career Center Certification is critical to the transformation of the workforce development system.
It’s where ideas turn into action. It’s . . .
“wherethe rubber meets the road”
Career Center requests ADA review
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation/Office for the Blind reviews for accessibility
Career Center prepares and submits application to the LWIB
LWIB assigns Review Team to Career Center
Review Team conducts desk/on-site Center reviews
6. Review Team submits its report to Center and LWIB with recommendation
7. LWIB reviews report, recommends certification, informs KWIB
If not recommended, Center receives technical assistance; Center reapplies.
Affiliate Sites Centers
“Affiliate Centers established to achieve economies of scale based on the characteristics of the local area and available resources”
The Whats and Hows
Three areas of certification standards:
Each area is supported by:
“…the primary ‘organizing entity’ for employer services and business services teams is the workforce area/region. Baseline measures require that some “core” services be available at every Kentucky Career Center, while others may be made available only at the workforce area level.”
Employer Services An Example
Center Management: An Example
Centers must address all elements in the certification
The documentation provided must satisfy all reviewers
Reviewers should reach consensus
Centers not recommended have an opportunity to receive technical assistance and apply again
Certification File Room: Table of Contents
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June 20, 2013
10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
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