WIOA Unpacked for the New Board

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WIOA UNPACKED: Reshaping
Boards and Engaging New
Champions for Workforce
Development
Ron Painter, CEO
NAWB
Heather DeStart, Deputy ED
Las Vegas, NV
Topics to Cover
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Who are we? Who are you?
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WIOA Membership Language
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Relationship Building
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The “Right” Board
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Engaging the Board
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Q&A
Governance
Governance
Remains the Same:
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Business-led at the State and Local Levels
Changes:
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State Composition Changes
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Local WIBs Reduce Membership
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3-Step Designation Process
Changes prompt Workforce Development Boards to
increasing engage in collaboration, convening and
partnership.
WIB Membership
In Appointing the Board, the Chief Elected
Shall Include
Majority Private Sector
Business (51%)
Government and Economic
Development
May Include
Community Based Organizations
Youth Organizations
Workforce - Labor
(20%)
Wagner-Peyser
Adult Education and
Literacy
Vocational Rehabilitation
Transportation
Housing Specialists
Philanthropic Organizations
Higher Education
Roles of the Local Workforce
Development Board
Local Plans will be designed to address the needs of the local labor
market and encompass the overall strategy of the State Plan. Local
Plans are to include:
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Standing Committees
Development of a Unified Local Plan
Workforce Research and Analysis
Convening, Brokering, Leveraging
Engaging Employers
Roles of the Local Workforce
Development Boards
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Lead Efforts with Educational Entities for Career Pathways
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Promote Promising Practices
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Develop an Effective Technology Strategy
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Negotiate Performance
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Program Oversight
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More Diversity in Employment and Training Offerings
Roles of the Local Workforce
Development Board
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Select High Performing Operators and Providers
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Coordinate with Education
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Access Services Established under ADA
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Comply with “sunshine” Regulations
Relationships
Dancing Partners
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Adult Literacy
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Voc-Rehab
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Job Corps
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Departments of Education (Federal/state)
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Departments of Labor (regs)
Dance Music
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Asset Mapping
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Housing
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Transportation
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Economic Development
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Chambers of Commerce
The
“Right”
Board
the Local Workforce Development
Board
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State of health
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Assessment process
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Root cause
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Game plan?
the Local Workforce Development
Board
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Describe your area’s Board
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What went right in constructing the Board?
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What could have gone better?
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The Board & Staff – good practice
Engaging the Local Workforce
Development Board
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Teachers/mentors
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Sector leaders
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Negotiators
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CBOs/FBOs
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Elected Officials
Continuous Improvement process
Thank
You!

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