The purpose of this toolkit is to compile resources for workforce development systems to use when developing their sector-based strategies.
The purpose of this toolkit is to provide helpful steps and resources to start and register an apprenticeship program.
This guide helps state education agency (SEA) staff develop and implement a career pathways system in collaboration with other stakeholders in the state.
This guide assists school districts with many facets of the career pathways as a technical assistance initiative.
The Planner assists State leaders in visioning a local career pathways system.
This toolkit supports collaboration between employers, community-based organizations, intermediaries, and other organizations to support youth in advancing on their path towards a career.
The purpose of this toolkit is guide State and local leaders to build, implement, and sustain career pathways systems and programs. The 2016 revision includes new knowledge gained from the field, plus the system’s guiding legislation from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act.
The purpose of this toolkit is to educate employers and career/technical and adult education providers on the importance of building employer-educator partnerships. These partnerships can help educators target their programs to local employment needs, and they can help employers ensure there is a supply of skilled workers available to fill vacant positions.
This toolkit was developed to offer insight and suggestions on strengthening existing regional workforce funder collaboratives, as well as information on creating new collaboratives. The toolkit has information on:
- The overall purpose and power of regional workforce funder collaboratives;
- The strength of sector initiatives and the role that the collaboratives play in strengthening these initiatives;
- Practical tips on starting, sustaining, evaluating, and growing a funder collaborative; and,
- Tips on how ...
The toolkit is designed to provide local adult education programs with the tools required to assist students successfully transition from adult basic education (ABE) programs to secondary education and/or the labor market. The information in the toolkit helps adult education providers to gauge local labor markets and shape their programs to prepare students for real opportunities.