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  1. BROWNFIELDS & MINORITY WORKER TRAINING Environmental Remediation Training & Certification January, 2008

  2. MWT Program Development Workshop NIEHS OAI WCCDC NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES WHEELER CREEK COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION OFFICE OF APPLIED INNOVATIONS

  3. 5 YEAR RENEWABLE GRANT 5 YEAR RENEWABLE GRANT 12 week training in environmental remediation and basic construction 12 week training in environmental remediation and basic construction plus additional focus on waterfront & ecological restoration Chicago, NYC, Houston, Washington DC Dallas, Kansas City target population 18-30 under or unemployed people of color target population 18 and up under or unemployed people of color living in designated brownfield areas MWT AT A GLANCE training to include: environmental health & safety, life skills, basic construction, hands-on, mentoring, industry related math & writing, job placement assistance training to include: environmental health & safety, life skills, basic construction, hands-on, mentoring, industry related math & writing, job placement assistance low impact development low impact development WCCDC MWT Minority Worker Training Program BMWT Brownfields Minority Worker Training Program

  4. MWT Program Development Workshop JAN. MAR DEC. APR. PHASE I PHASE II PHASE III OUTREACH & RECRUITMENT TRAINING POST GRADUATION • community outreach • program overview • intake interview • enrollment • orientation (main site) • skills assessment • tryouts • participant selection • placement assistance • mentoring • tracking • career development • professional studies • career guidance • life skills • heath & safety courses • ecological restoration • construction & hands on • low impact development PROGRAM YEAR OVERVIEW

  5. MWT Program Development Workshop PHASE II: TRAINING Training Curriculum Segmented into Three Components A. Life Skills, Construction Related Education & Professional Development B. Environmental Health & Safety Instruction & Intro to Ecological Restoration C. Construction Skills, Offsite Hands-On Experience, EJ Advocacy & Career Development Each Component runs approximately 4 weeks. Participant Evaluations occur at the end of each component.

  6. MATH & MECHANICAL REASONING INDUSTRY RELATED WRITING COMPUTER LITERACY LIFE SKILLS PHYSICAL FITNESS Not Pictured 180 HOURS of PROFESSIONAL STUDIES, LIFE SKILLS & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

  7. 120 HOURS of HEALTH & SAFETY INSTRUCTION HAZARDOUS WASTE REMOVAL ASBESTOS ABATEMENT LEAD ABATEMENT CONFINED SPACE CPR & FIRST AID

  8. OFF-SITE HANDS ON LOW IMPACT DEVELPMENT ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION SHOP 120 HOURS of INDUSTRY RELATED TRAINING

  9. MWT Program Development Workshop 180 Hours of Professional Studies, Life Skills Development, & Career Development 120 Hours of Environmental Health & Safety 120 Hours of Construction Skills, Low Impact Development, Shop & Hands-On 420 Total Program Hours PHASE II: WCCDC /MWT COURSE HOURS MWT AT AGLANCE

  10. MWT Program Development Workshop WHAT MWT CAN DO FOR PARTICIPANTS… • Technical training in environmental remediation • Practical hands-on experience in the industry, (Framing, Drywall, Flagging, Basic Electricity, Power & Hand Tools, Demolition) • Provide an opportunity

  11. MWT Program Development Workshop WHAT PARTICIPANTS RECIEVE: • Quality training by federal & state certified instructors • Quality training by master level carpenters • 10 different licenses & certificates • Hands-on experience • Mentoring & career guidance • Meals & transportation • Job placement

  12. MWT Program Development Workshop Outreach & Recruitment Candidates to MWT Pre-Apprenticeship training must • Be between 18 & 30 years of age * • Have a HS Diploma or GED • Be either unemployed or underemployed • Be physically able to do the work • Have an 8th grade math & reading level • Be able to pass a drug test • Be available to attend Pre-Apprenticeship training full time • Be committed to completing the entire program

  13. MWT Program Development Workshop 1 2 3 Program Phases ENROLLMENT APPLICATION SKILLS ASSESSMENT TRYOUTS

  14. MWT Program Development Workshop 1 Enrollment Application • Establishes eligibility for participating in MWT • identifies potential barriers to MWT completion & future employment

  15. MWT Program Development Workshop KEY FEATURES Personal Documentation • Verifies information provided by candidate (eligibility) • Initiates pre-qualification process for license & employment opportunities

  16. MWT Program Development Workshop 2 Skills Assessment • Ensure candidates meet academic requirements • Prerequisite for tryouts participation • Uses TABE Test 9 & 10 (Level D) • Minimum 8.0 grade levels for: reading, math computation & applied mathematics

  17. MWT Program Development Workshop 3 Try-outs • Try-outs target number: 90 candidates • 3 day competitive selection process • opportunity to evaluate candidates in simulated academic and work scenarios • Employs both individual & group activities • Provides core information for participant selection

  18. MWT Program Development Workshop History Graduation & Placement’s 2005 – 2006 Graduated 25 Certified Students, Placed 17. One year retention, 75% 2006 – 2007 graduated 38 Certified Students, Placed 32. Six, (6) Month retention, 82% 2007 – 2008 Enrolling 35 Students Forecasting 100% placement's