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Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
Bridging the skills gap l. ciufo ccp13
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  • 1. Biomanufacturing Education:Bridging the Skills Gap BetweenJob Seekers and Employers
  • 2. Presented by:Lennie CiufoDirector, Job TrainingLos Angeles Valley College
  • 3. • Operating since 1994 under JTPA• Placement of more than 20,000individuals• Training of more than 16,000incumbent workersLOS ANGELES VALLEY COLLEGEJOB TRAINING
  • 4. Successful partnerships have included:
  • 5. • Inability to advance the skill sets of thecurrent workforce• A significant lack of trained workersavailable for employment by thebusiness communityMajor Concerns of Business
  • 6. REGIONAL APPROACH:• Employer Driven Training thatResults in Jobs• Utilization of Existing WorkforceDevelopment System• Seamless Delivery• Results Oriented→ New Hires→ Promotions
  • 7. DEVELOPEDby theCollegesENDORSEDby theWIBsSUPPLIEDby WorkSourceCentersREGIONALCOLLABORATIVEDRIVENby theEmployers
  • 8. SUCCESSFULIMPLEMENTATIONOF THEBAXTER MODEL2008 - PRESENT
  • 9. In 2008, Baxter makes a business decision toexpand operations in their Los Angeles plant.Baxter begins dialogue with Job Training tomeet employer new hire training needs.Job Training identifies key partners todevelop pre-training program.ESTABLISHING NEED
  • 10. Collaboration in ActionRecruitment, data management,support services, case managementLead on project coordination, job training,and customer service instructionEmployment! HR orientations,program supportFunding entity
  • 11. Baxter Biotechnical Manufacturing AcademyListeningCurriculum DevelopmentMeeting of ExpertsOpen DialogTimelineFlexible PilotFunding
  • 12. LAVC Contextualized CurriculumManufacturing PrinciplesAttitude/Preparing for Workplace SuccessBusiness Writing/VerificationScience for the WorkplaceMath for the WorkplaceCritical Thinking/Problem Solving
  • 13. Integrity/Values EthicsStress ManagementTime ManagementCultural DiversityBaxter Application ProcessTime for Baxter HR ProceduresGraduationLAVC Contextualized Curriculum
  • 14. What is the BioTech/ManufacturingTechnician Academy?The BioTech/Manufacturing Technician Training Academy is an innovativevocational training and jobplacement programdeveloped to train individualsat NO COST as entry-levelmanufacturing techniciansin the high-growthmanufacturing/biotechnologyindustry sector.
  • 15. Creation of the Baxter Bio Medical Manufacturing 5-weekBridge Academy to train new hires for the industry.Positive Outcomes . . .Over 100 individuals were hired (80% success rate).
  • 16. LAVC/BAXTERCUSTOMIZEDINCUMBENT WORKERTRAINING2013 Biotech Bridge AcademyTotal Number Enrolled…………………….21Total Number Completed Bridge….....20Total Number of Job Offers………………20
  • 17. LAVC/BAXTERCUSTOMIZEDINCUMBENT WORKERTRAININGMeasured Assessment Results32% increased two grade levels21% increased one grade level
  • 18. LAVC/BAXTERCUSTOMIZEDINCUMBENT WORKERTRAININGMeasured Assessment Results16% increased three grade levels5% increased two grade levels21% increased one grade level
  • 19. AVC/BAXTERCUSTOMIZEDINCUMBENT WORKERTRAININGThe Graduating Class
  • 20. Career LadderBioManufacturing PathwayLos Angeles Valley College BioTech Training InstituteINDUSTRYADVISORYBridge Academy“NEW”LAVC State/IndustryRecognized Certificates(In process with chancellor’s office)JOBPLACEMENTAS DegreeTAACCCT Participants VeteransCommunity LAVC Students$$$$$$
  • 21. LAVC/BAXTERCUSTOMIZEDINCUMBENT WORKERTRAINING
  • 22. LAVC/BAXTERCUSTOMIZEDINCUMBENTWORKERTRAININGNumbers to date:1,131 Baxter incumbentworkers have receivedcustomized professionaldevelopment trainingfrom Los Angeles Valley College.
  • 23. Creation of the Baxter Leadership Academy7-week training to serve 600 incumbent workers andserve as a layoff aversion.Positive Outcomes . . .
  • 24. Positive Outcomes . . .
  • 25. SUMMARY OF HARD SKILLSChemistry and Biology for Baxter TechniciansMath and Calculations for Baxter TechniciansBlood Basics and Blood-Borne PathogensHazard CommunicationErgonomicsComputer Applications
  • 26. SUMMARY OF HARD SKILLSIndustrial HygieneAseptic GowningContamination ControlEnvironmental MonitoringLean Manufacturing
  • 27. GMPGood ManufacturingPracticesProductivityProduct QualityEmployee Health &SafetyRegulatoryCompliance
  • 28. 9 units10 units15units48 Hours8 units7 unitsBio Manufacturing PathwaySkill CertificateBioTech Certificate of Achievement49 unitsBioTech 2 Manufacturing Certificate40 UnitsBioTech 1 Manufacturing Certificate30 UnitsBioTech Manufacturing Operator Certificate22 unitsAssessment/CounselingOrientation/Eligibility/IntakeCAA Bridge Academy2 unitsPre-Bridge (VESL)Workforce ReadinessAS Degree30 Ways to ShineBlueprint for Workplace SuccessLos Angeles Valley College Bioscience Credentials Career LadderJobPlacementGeneral Chemistry II - 5 UnitsMicrobiology - 4 UnitsGeneral Chemistry I - 4 UnitsGeneral Biology II - 5 UnitsIntro BioManufacturing A - 3 UnitsIntro BioManufacturing B - 4 UnitsIntro BioManufacturing C - 4 UnitsQuality Control -2 UnitsEnvironmental Control Process -2 UnitsStatistics - 4 UnitsIntroduction to Biology - 4 UnitsFundamentals of BioManufacturing- 3 UnitsGovt. Regulations- 2 Units5 unitsCAA - 150 hours (includes 2 units)Math for Bioscience - 20 hoursBioSafety (OSHA) - 10 hoursContextual English for Medical Manufacturing - 20 hoursIntroduction to Biology & Chemistry - 20 hoursBusiness Writing - 10 hoursQuality Control & Validation - 36 hours (2 Units)Study Skills - 10 hours
  • 29. Thank You!
  • 30. Biomanufacturing Education:Bridging the Skills Gap BetweenJob Seekers and Employers

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