Be the single point of contact for large, multijurisdictional employers seeking customized training and services for their incumbent workforceDeliver training and services through the local community collegesBuild in “profit” for participating colleges on each contractPay colleges for referralsShare surplus revenue with collegesThe CA CC will be marketing to those companies that meet this criteria – so we can meet their training needs in many different locations. The CA CC will not market to your local clients and should a contact come into CA CC that is not multi-jurisdictional it will be referred to the local college district immediately.The second bullet means that the CA CC does not do the delivery – you at the local college will deliver the training and services through a contract with CA CC. You will only need to ensure that your local trainer participates in all required train-the-trainer sessions and delivers the training content as provided. Depending upon the client, you may be asked to identify or provide a training facility. You will be paid your full cost of delivery plus a percentage mark-up. NOTE: Contracts are NOT held by the CCCCO.We will go into more detail on the other bullets later in the presentation.
Referrals: 5% of the contract amount and 2% of repeat contracts
In addition, once the CA CC has achieved self-sufficiency with a reserve balance of one year’s operating expense, all surplus revenue will be divided among colleges based on their assessment fee size.
CA Corporations still spending on training<br />Projections for 2009: $2 billion with outsourced training providers<br />CCC’s have competitive advantages<br />Sustainability<br />Breadth and depth of solutions<br />Access to stimulus dollars<br />CCC’s seeking sources of discretionary revenue<br />Why Now?<br />
System Strategic Plan Action Item C1(B)<br />Action Planning Group (APG) formalized<br />Create Operations Plan<br />Secure “start-up” funding<br />The Road Traveled<br /><ul><li>Operations Plan and Recommendations complete - Jan ‘09
Assign CA CC Liaison<br />Respond to requests in timely manner<br />Deliver services<br />Refer appropriate leads<br />Pay $500 annual assessment fee<br />District Functions<br />CA Community Colleges<br />
Contract Delivery<br />Fee reimbursement for:<br />SME + benefits, if applicable<br />Administrative Support Time<br />Dean/Director Time<br />35% mark-up<br />Referral Fees<br />5% on first time contracts<br />2% on additional contracts<br />Surplus Distribution<br />Paid out after CA CC reaches retained revenue goal<br />Annual Assessment Fee ($500)<br />District Financial Considerations<br />CA Community Colleges<br />
Complete Memorandum of Understanding<br />Assign District Liaison<br />Acknowledge Understanding of Standards of Good Practice<br />Pay or incur $500 Assessment Fee<br />Benefits immediately available<br />Become a Participating District<br />MOU<br />
CHAIR<br />Rick L. Hodge, Director<br /> Pasadena City College<br />FISCAL LIAISON<br />Catherine Swenson,Director<br /> Training and Development<br />Brad Banghart, Dean<br /> Shasta College<br />George Boodrookas, Dean<br /> Modesto Junior College<br /> <br />Dr. Richard Della Valle, Director<br /> Northern California ETC<br />Walter Di Mantova, Director Los Rios CCD<br /> <br />Kristin Houser, Director<br /> College of the Canyons<br /> <br />Rick Kuhn, Director<br /> De Anza College<br /> <br />Barbara Maxey, Asst. DeanRetired<br /> Butte College<br /> <br />Ginger Neel, Director<br /> North Orange County CCD<br /> <br />STAFF<br />Leslie Larrabee,CA CC Executive Director<br />CA CC Advisory Board<br />