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  1. State Workforce Board March 8-9 2012 LWIA 9 Plan Presentation

  2. LWIA 9 Snapshot • Davidson, Rutherford, Trousdale, & Wilson Counties • Population: 1,013,057 • Employers: 24,678 • Employees: 553,928 • 40,000 Unemployed • Average Wage: $20.93 hr

  3. Managing Funds • Monthly Finance Report of All funds (posted for all staff to view) • Weakly Scholarship Report • Monthly Contract Balance Report (All Contracts) • Semi-monthly Management Meetings • Finance Report at All Board Meetings • Tracking Fixed and Variable Costs Together

  4. Finance Report Narrative

  5. Finance Report Spreadsheet

  6. Most Utilized Training ProvidersBy Number and Cost • New Horizons- IT, Healthcare, Business Applications • 465 ITAs $1,088,264 • $2,340 Average Per ITA • United Truck Driving – Transportation • 124 ITAs $388,000 • $3,129 Average Per ITA • TTC Murfreesboro – Various • 111 ITAs $94,849 • $854 Average Per ITA

  7. Top 3 Funded Sectors • Information Technology • 556 ITAs $1,154,404 • Healthcare • 362 ITAs $607,578 • Transportation • 264 ITAs $765,263

  8. Nashville Labor Market • Partnered with the Nashville Chamber, Department of Labor and Workforce Development and LWIAs 8 & 10 to produce Labor Market Study. • Study conducted in 2007 & 2010 • Nine Year forecast • Used to align Scholarships with Business Needs.

  9. Summary: Key Clusters Where the Jobs Will Be… Where Key Challenges Exist Construction …need to “de-leverage” the residential market Advanced Mfg …in selected industries • Health Care • Headquarters • Finance & Shared Services • Distribution and Logistics • Information Technology, esp. for • Health care • Logistics • Finance • Hospitality

  10. Enhancing Career Center Partnerships • Continue Quarterly Partner’s Luncheons • Develop and Implement Joint Workshops (VETs workshop started in January 2012) • Developing Statewide Training on College Access for all Career Center Partners • Think System First and be Inclusive • Include Area Manager in NCAC Management Meetings • Include Area Manager in interview process

  11. Reduction in Governor Reserve • Increased Scholarships • Utilize Local Funds for Incumbent Worker Training as Directed by Local Board • Imbed OJT training into normal program operations • Continue CRC Testing as Needed • More of a Strategic Issue than a Funding Issue