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  • Slide 1
  • July 16, 2015
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  • South Carolina 12 Local WIBs Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA 2014) Federal Funding via Dept. Of Labor Established State and Local WIBs WIBs must be 51% Business Leaders/CEOs Local Budget Serves Job Seekers & Employers WIBs Partner with other Workforce Development, Economic Development & Education Richland, Lexington & Fairfield Counties
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  • South Carolina Local Workforce Investment Areas Columbia 700 Taylor St. Lexington 671 Main St. West Columbia Winnsboro - 414 S. Congress St.
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  • Job Seeker Services Serving Unemployed or Underemployed Individual Training Accounts Demand Occupations Paying Sustainable Wages Youth Services (Ages 17-24) Priority for Veterans Trade Adjustment Assistance Ex-offenders (Expungement) Federal Bonding
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  • Business Services Comprehensive Centers have Multiple Partners Midlands Area has 18 Partner Agencies Approx 10-12 Partners Offer Business Services Veterans, Voc Rehab, Midlands Tech, USC DEW, Experience Works, Goodwill, Adult ED, Hispanic Outreach External & Internal (On-site, MOUs) One Stop Approach to Service Unified Business Services Team
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  • SC Works Business & Employer Services Team Recruit Hire Train Workforce Center Operator
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  • On the Job Training (OJT) Wage Reimbursement up to 90% for 3 months* Job Profiling - Assessment Reading for Information Locating Information Applied Mathematics National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) NCRC Plus Soft Skills Work Discipline: Productivity and dependability Teamwork: Tolerance, communication, and attitude Customer Service Orientation: Interpersonal skills and perseverance Managerial Potential: Persuasion, enthusiasm, and problem solving
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  • Bronze - scores at least a level 3 in each of the three core areas and has the necessary foundational skills for 16 percent of the jobs in the WorkKeys database Silver - scores at least a level 4 in each of the three core areas and has the necessary foundational skills for 67 percent of the jobs in the WorkKeys database Gold - scores at least a level 5 in each of the three core areas and has the necessary foundational skills for 93 percent of the jobs in the WorkKeys database Platinum - scores at least a level 6 in each of the three core areas and has the necessary foundational skills for 99 percent of the jobs in the WorkKeys database National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC)
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  • Job Postings Applicant Screening Referrals Job Fairs In House Interviews Skills Training Layoff Aversion Rapid Response Tax Credits Business Intel scworkforceinfo.com
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  • Youth Work Experience 6 week program Youth Ages 17-24 Receive Soft Skills/Job Prep Training $7.25/hr. 30 hour week 2015 Looking to place 75 Youth SC Works Employees Work Experience or Internship
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  • Veterans Services
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  • Construction Workforce Shortage 2007-2011 2.2 million Craft Workers Left Funds for training were restricted to in- demand occupations Beginning about 2010 Permits rise 30% (Midlands Nov 2012-Nov 2013 approx 15%) Misclassification of Workers 1099 or W-2?? Competition from other Industries Lack of craft skills training at high school or post secondary level
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  • 75 million approaching retirement age 8000/day since 2005, expected to rise to 10,000/day and continue for 20 years Average age of Construction worker 47 Average entry age 29 20% of craft workers will retire in next 2-4 years National Poll: 74% of firms report lack of skilled workers
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  • Build a pipeline for the future Stabilize the Workforce Apprenticeships/Mentorships (Youth & Adult) Investments in Training Skills & Safety Career Fairs & Career Days Short term intensive Craft training & OJT Assessment of potential workers Job FIT/Basic Skills Reach outside normal channels Ex-offenders, WINTER, Youth, Older Workers
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  • Benefits of Training Specific to Construction Industry* Productivity up 24% Turnover reduced 43% Absenteeism down 59% OSHA recordable injuries down 90% First aid cases down 90% DOL reports that every $ invested in skills and safety training in the construction industry provides a return of $54.00 *Conducted Nationally by AGC
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  • Food for Thought
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  • 2012-2022 Comparison* Quick Facts: Carpenters 2012 Median Pay $39,940 per year $19.20 per hour Entry-Level Education High school diploma or equivalent Work Experience in a Related Occupation None On-the-job Training Apprenticeship Number of Jobs, 2012 901,200 Job Outlook, 2012-22 24% (Much faster than average) Employment Change, 2012-22 +218,200 * from Occupational Report Bureau of Labor Statistics http://www.bls.gov/ooh/construction-and-extraction/home.htm
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  • Questions
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  • Business & Employer Services Team The B.E.S.T. Reggie Murphy, Director, Business Services 803.978-0201 Cell: 803.728-7186 RMurphy@midlandsworks.orgRMurphy@midlandsworks.org OperationPalmettoEmployment.sc.gov

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