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West Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board Meeting August 16, 2013 PowerPoint Presentation
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West Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board Meeting August 16, 2013

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  1. West Central Wisconsin Workforce Development Board Meeting August 16, 2013 Wisconsin Fast Forward update Presented by Scott Jansen Director – Office of Skills Development

  2. Wisconsin Fast Forward Wisconsin Fast Forward WFF Summary • $20M of State GPR to build skilled/educated workforce through employer defined training programs and advanced LMIS system • $15 M dedicated to demand driven workforce training programs – supporting an economic development workforce paradigm • Program administration – Office of Skills Development (OSD) • Target audience - underemployed, unemployed and incumbent workers (some cohorts could include IHE students or HS grads) • Labor Market Information System upgrades = SKILLS

  3. Wisconsin Fast Forward Wisconsin Fast Forward WFF – Transparency & Partnerships • Administrative rule to define process with DWD grant procedures • Annual reporting required (metrics and ROI) - Governor and JFC • Council on Workforce Investment oversight – new members • WSTC and WEDC consultation required by statute • Additional strategic partners (DPI, WWDA, RCC, Chambers, etc.) • DWD provides program management and grant approval • Training cohorts – virtual recruiting

  4. WWF – Progress to Date • Administrative rules (DWD 801) – emergency rule approval – end of September target date • Inquiry/review process established – WTCS, WEDC, WWDA • OSD Staff (4 positions) • OSD landing page and newsletter: http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/osd/ • Collaboration building and regional/industry thought leadership • Application development in process (trainees, grants, reports)

  5. WFF – Principles • Business collaborations define skill requirements, provide $$ match, define training expectations, coordinate curriculum and training delivery, hire training program graduates and/or raise wages for incumbent workers – should not duplicate or supplant programs – prototype programs that are scalable, replicable, portable • Education and training collaborations evaluate inquiries, create-deliver training programs, build cohorts, consider sustainable programs, modify existing programming, award credentials, etc. • OSD receives/reviews inquiries, evaluates research, formulates grant program announcements, evaluates grant applications, monitors performance, conducts audits, produces reports

  6. Office of Skills Development Director: Scott Jansen Program/Policy manager: Dennis Schuh Grant Specialist: Karen Broitzman Grant Technical Assistant: Sandra Hiebert Scott.Jansen@dwd.wisconsin.gov www.dwd.wisconsin.gov/osd