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Regional Workforce Alliance Competency Report Summary

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A summary presentation of a competency report that could lead to a new "visual language" to communicate across boundaries separating education/workforce development and employers.

A summary presentation of a competency report that could lead to a new "visual language" to communicate across boundaries separating education/workforce development and employers.

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  • 1. Regional Workforce Alliance: Competencies
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    Data-driven industry and labor market information
    Links education programs and O*NET (knowledge, skills and abilities)
    Updated quarterly to reflect most current economic information
    Open source economic and workforce development
    Seeks to aid in developing strategies for implementation
    Regional Collaboration and innovation
    Assists in planning and implementation strategies for regional development
  • 3. OVERVIEW
    Goals
    Increase the scopeof targeted industriesand occupations beyond the 2008 Milwaukee 7/Deloitte study
    Identify and characterize“in-demand” competenciesfor the SE Wisconsin and NE Illinois regions
    Help re-define workforce discussionfrom job titles and education attainment to “qualified and competent” people
    Tie understanding of In-demand competenciesback to the education system
  • 4. OVERVIEW
    Goals
    • Engage local leadershipin directing the research to best meet the region’s needs
    • 5. Open the discussionof workforce competencies, occupations, and industry change
    • 6. Provide preliminary resultsand context to the discussion
  • Growth/Demand Industries
    Regional Occupation Growth/Demand
    Media Source Feedback
    Staffing Pattern Analysis
    Selected Regional Occupations Based on Staffing Pattern(Cross-reference compatibility)
    Key Occupation Selection
    Focus Industry/Occupation Final List
    THE COMPETENCY REPORT
    Process
    Data-Driven Focus Industry and Target Occupation Selection Process:
  • 7. STUDY RESULTS FOR INDUSTRIES
    • Pharmaceutical
    • 8. Plastics
    • 9. Industrial Machinery
    • 10. Electronic Systems
    • 11. Finance
    • 12. Business Services
    • 13. Consumer Services (Building and Landscape)
    • 14. Consumer Services (Social and Health Care)
    Industry Groups
  • 15. STUDY RESULTS FOR COMPETENCIES
    production
  • 16. Active listening + Active learning + Mechanical + Oral Comprehension + Oral Expression + Visualization + Problem Sensitivity + Information Ordering
    Mechanical + Production/Processing + Mathematics
    Mechanical Engineer
    Machinist
    Welder
    RESULTS FOR CAREER PATHWAY
  • 17. RESULTS FOR COMPETENCIES
    Production Occupation – Group 1
  • 18. STUDY RESULTS (Other Compatible Occupations – Flexibility and Resilience)
    production
  • 19. Bridging the Gap
  • 20. Bridging the Gap
    Innovations to bridge the gap
    Alternative Education (e.g. Career Academies, STEM Charter Schools)
    Expanded Internships
  • 21. How do we use this analysis?
    Applications for K-12 education
    Applications for post secondary and workforce
    Applications for economic development
    Applications for employer engagement
    Connections to other regional and national initiatives
  • 22. How do we use this analysis?
    Potential Applications for Regional Development:
    • Career guidance and mapping pathways
    • 23. Curriculum development and evaluation
    • 24. Applied learning experiences (e.g. internships)
    • 25. Incumbent worker evaluation, education and training
    • 26. Fast track training
    • 27. Clear descriptions of employer needs in terms of KSA’s
    • 28. Employer toolset to drive education and workforce innovation
  • Individual evaluation
  • 29. Composite curriculum evaluation
  • 30. Possible directions for next steps
    • Step 1: Prototype a flexible career guidance system
    • 31. Step 2: Select focus industries, such as electronic systems and business services
    • 32. Step 3: Facilitate the discussion among industry, workforce development, education and other key stakeholders
    • 33. Step 4: Develop programs for aligning education, workforce and industry needs
  • Questions?
  • 34. STUDY RESULTS (COMPETENCIES)
    service
  • 35. RESULTS (COMPETENCIES)
    Service Occupation – Group 1
  • 36. RESULTS (COMPETENCIES)
    Service Occupation – Group 2
  • 37. RESULTS (COMPETENCIES)
    Service Occupation – Group 3
  • 38. RESULTS (COMPETENCIES)
    Service Occupation – Group 4
  • 39. STUDY RESULTS (Other Compatible Occupations)
    Service
  • 40. STUDY RESULTS (Other Compatible Occupations)
    Scale Anchors
  • 41. STUDY RESULTS (Other Compatible Occupations)
    Scale Anchors
  • 42. STUDY RESULTS (Other Compatible Occupations)
    Scale Anchors

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