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A joint CEC and ETP green job skills program.

A joint CEC and ETP green job skills program.

Presentation by Robert Meyer at the Residential Retrofit Action Clinic on June 2, 2010.

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  • Please note website address at bottom of page.
  • Very brief program informational overview (Who are we? What do we do?) POINT 1 – ETP is employer capitalized (ETT) and uses a pay-for-performance contract to deliver funds. Target is private-for-profit employment. POINT 2 – ETP, a first-if-its-kind program nationally, serves priority industries in a flexible way to meet the changing needs of California’s ever-changing marketplace.
  • What is CEWTP… Point 1 - The partnership is targeting training and certification within Energy and Water efficiency and Renewable Energy job sectors. Point 2 – CEWTP is ARRA funded allowing for more flexible program guidelines unique to ETP however nearly all of the ETP contracts approved under CEWTP could be replicated under standard ETP funding guidelines .
  • Point 1 - ETP has exhausted current year funding so any additional employer or trainee interest is currently being directed toward the approved MEC contractors. HWST is CEWTP however funded by WIA 15% discretionary funds (may be a questions for follow up) Direct to EDU for more information on HWST/CEWTP opportunities. Point 2 – The training population included these certification areas - We are paying for training not certification. (Good opportunity to introduce your handouts and printed resources (your handouts or table materials will contain the current list of available contracts with a description of the training and targeted occupations). A few in the San Diego Region include….
  • Very brief program informational overview (Who are we? What do we do?) POINT 1 – ETP is employer driven with direct Employer contracts AND MEC contracts (such as community colleges, industry and trade associations, and wibs) to underscore the importance of effective training delivery. POINT 2 – ETP serves both employed and unemployed – common goal is post training employment. POINT 3 – ETP continues to target underserved populations, particularly in areas of job creation.
  • Very brief program informational overview (Who are we? What do we do?) POINT 1 – ETP allows for internal and vendor based trainers and contractor driven scheduling of classes. POINT 2 – The most effective training delivery method will supported. Should always be supported by job needs. POINT 3 – The fixed fee reimbursement system eases the planning process as reimbursement can be clearly planned – we pay only for hours delivered and tracked. POINT 4 – ETP continues to refine its automated process to reduce administrative difficulties yet still retain the important record-keeping functions. LAST POINT – All of our standard program information can be found on the website.
  • Cal Fed – multiple trades focus statewide. USGBC – the authority in LEED training and certification. Funded under High Wage Skill Training. Actual Amounts will be used at the time of use (being reduced this week).

Clean Energy Workforce Training Program Clean Energy Workforce Training Program Presentation Transcript

  • Clean Energy Workforce Training Program Employment Training Panel Robert Meyer Economic Development Coordinator June 2, 2010 Tulare http://www.etp.ca.gov
  • Employment Training Panel
    • ETP is a joint business-labor program funding training that supports the creation and retention of high-wage, high-skilled jobs .
    • Created in 1983, ETP serves as the State’s premier economic development resource.
    Clean Energy Workforce Training Program
  • CEWTP Partnership
    • The Clean Energy Workforce Training Program is a CEC and ETP partnership supporting green job skills development within the following areas:
      • Energy and Water Efficiency
      • Renewable Energy (distributed generation and utility scale)
    • CEWTP Projects are funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and not by standard ETP funds.
    Clean Energy Workforce Training Program
  • CEWTP Funding Status
    • ETP has approved 15 CEWTP Agreements (totaling $5M from ARRA)
    • ETP has approved additional High Wage Skills Training Agreements ($3M from WIA)
    • The CEWTP and HWST Agreements are underway (or will be approved prior to the close of FY2009-2010).
    Clean Energy Workforce Training Program
  • Program Overview
    • Funding format – Single Employer Contracts and Multiple Employer Contracts
    • Funding for training of incumbent and dislocated workers and unemployed individuals seeking full-time employment
    • Targeted support of traditionally underserved populations including veterans
    Clean Energy Workforce Training Program
  • Funding Flexibility
    • Training focus on industry-driven certifications
    • Curriculum flexibility and trainer options
    • Multiple training delivery modes supported
    • Fixed fee reimbursement based upon the number of training hours delivered
    • Fully integrated online tracking, reporting, invoicing
    Clean Energy Workforce Training Program
    • California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO $749,203
      • 687 New Hire and 247 Retrainees
      • 24-200 Hours of Training per Trainee
      • Journey-Level Electricians, Sheet Metal, Plumbers, Laborers (including Weatherization Technicians and Auditors)
      • Training will include Green Building Skills curriculum topics developed in conjunction with the State Building & Construction Trades Council of California.
    • Northern California Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council $285,400
      • 750 Retrainees
      • 8-40 Hours of Training per Trainee
      • Various in Building Efficiency and Green Construction
      • Training will include full LEED (GA, AP and EBOM) certifications in addition to other job-skills topics.
    Clean Energy Workforce Training Program Approved CEWTP Agreements
  • ETP Contact Information
    • Shari Little,
    • Director of Economic Development
      • (916)327-5261 [email_address]
    • Robert Meyer,
    • Economic Development Coordinator
      • (916)327-4391 [email_address]
    Clean Energy Workforce Training Program