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  • Apprenticeship Intermediary Training & Implementation RFP Information Session

    Friday, June 7, 2019, 9:00am

    Philadelphia Works One Penn Center, 1617 JFK Blvd, 13th Fl Philadelphia, PA 19103

  • 2

    Partner Organizations & Employers

    Federal & State Workforce Funding (WIOA, TANF, EARN, & Grants)

    https://www.wistar.org/news-and-media/press-releases/wistar-s-new-biomedical-research-technician-training-program-obtains-f

  • • Regional Public/Private Collaborative • SEPA Local WDBs, Employers, City of

    Philadelphia, Educational Institutions, Training Providers, & CBOs

    • Increase & Align RA & RPA Programs • Outreach & Engagement • Technical Assistance & Capacity Building • Research, Policy, & Funding

    • PAsmart SEPA Region Registered Apprenticeship Ambassador Network

    • PAYA National Network • Twitter: @apprenticephl • Website: apprenticeshipphl.org

    https://twitter.com/apprenticephl https://apprenticeshipphl.org/

  • • Direct Support Professional

    • Registered Behavior Technician

    • Advanced Home Health Care Aid

    • Medical Assistant • Retail Pharmacy

    Technician • Early Childhood

    Education Teacher • Biomedical Research

    Technician

    • Computer Programmer

    • Computer Support Specialist

    • IT QA Analyst • IT Project Manager • Industrial

    Manufacturing Technician

    • Industrial Maintenance

    • General Facility Maintenance

    Investment = Over $8 million • Federal & State Discretionary Grants • WIOA: OJTs, ITAs, & Youth • Foundations: Annie E. Casey, Kellogg,

    & Others

    Occupations Registered (or soon to be)

  • • Goal: Develop & Advance the Apprenticeship Model in SEPA’s Top Six High Growth Industries

    • IT, Business & Financial Services, Health & Human Services, Construction & Infrastructure, Manufacturing & Logistics, & Retail & Hospitality

    • Approach • Conduct SEPA Apprenticeship Program Survey • Develop & Administer Training for Identified Apprenticeship

    Intermediaries & SEPA CareerLink Staff • Update APHL Website with Information, Materials, & Activities

    • Current Status • SEPA Apprenticeship Program Survey in Development • Three Industries Have Identified Apprenticeship Intermediaries

    • IT, Health & Human Services, & Construction & Infrastructure • Three Industries Do Not Have Apprenticeship Intermediaries

    • Business & Financial Services, Manufacturing & Logistics, & Retail & Hospitality

    • Identified Through Apprenticeship Intermediary Training & Implementation RFP

    PAsmart SEPA Region Registered Apprenticeship Ambassador Network

  • • Purpose • Develop, Enhance, & Support Apprenticeship Pathways in

    Business & Financial Services, Manufacturing & Logistics, & Retail & Hospitality (SEPA High Growth Industries)

    • Identify, Train, & Support Apprenticeship Intermediaries in these Three Industries

    • Commitment • Act as an Apprenticeship Intermediary in Selected Industry

    • Operate &/or Support Apprenticeship Pathways in Selected Industry

    • Designate One Staff Member as Apprenticeship Intermediary Apprentice

    • Year Long Intensive Training Starting in Late Summer/Early Fall 2019 with Other Apprenticeship Intermediaries & SEPA CareerLink Staff

    • Combination of On-the-Job Learning (OJL) & Related Technical Instruction (RTI)

    • At Least One Wage Gain During Apprenticeship • Nationally Recognized Credential Received

    Apprenticeship Intermediary Training & Implementation RFP

  • • Funding • Direct = Partial Salary & Fringe Reimbursement for Identified

    Apprentice • Secondary = Program Funding through Philadelphia Works &

    Other

    • Benefits • Recognized as Apprenticeship Intermediary in Selected Industry • Connection to Partner Organizations & Employers • Support from ApprenticeshipPHL Mentors • Access to Funding Opportunities

    • Key Dates • All Questions Due: Wednesday, June 12, 2019, at 5:00pm

    • Submit to mgenua@philaworks.org • Q&A Posted on Philadelphia Works Website at

    www.philaworks.org/procurement-opportunities • Proposal Deadline: Friday, June 21, 2019, at 5:00pm

    • Submit One Continuous PDF or Word Document Electronically to mgenua@philaworks.org

    • Separate Proposal for Each Industry Selected

    Apprenticeship Intermediary Training & Implementation RFP

    mailto:mgenua@philaworks.org http://www.philaworks.org/procurement-opportunities mailto:mgenua@philaworks.org

  • • Reviewed by Apprenticeship Expert Panel on: • Completeness: All Documents with Attachments Submitted Properly • Proposal Narrative Review

    • Organizational Apprenticeship Intermediary Ability & Staff Capacity

    • Organizational Description & Staffing Structure • Designated Staff Apprentice Description • Apprenticeship Intermediary Approach

    • Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning Experience • Organizational Experience • Employer & Partner Connections & Support Letters

    • Apprenticeship Model Commitment • Organizational Fit • Leadership &/or Board Support Letters

    • After Proposal Submission • May Request In-Person Interview &/or Additional Support

    Documentation • Potential Financial Review

    Proposal Evaluation Process

  • Aug/Sept 2019 Apprenticeship Begins

    Aug/Sept 2020 Apprenticeship Ends

    Apprenticeship Intermediary Apprenticeship Timeline

    Apprentices Participate in RTI • In-Person, Webinar, & Self-

    Paced On-Line

    Apprentices Complete OJL • Build Apprenticeship Model • Based on RTI Knowledge

    Gained • Apprentices Receive Wage

    Gain(s) at Milestone(s)

    Mentor Support • Apprentices Complete Bi-Weekly

    Journal Entries • Apprentices Participate in Regularly

    Scheduled One-on-One & Group Check-Ins

    Program(s) Launch • Apprentices Operate &/or

    Support Programs • Apprentices Develop New

    &/or Enhance Programs

  • KDP is a non-profit organization with the mission to create workforce development and labor management programs that serve local communities.

    Founded by the PA AFL-CIO in 2005.

    © Keystone Development Partnership 6/7/19

  • • Projected retirements

    • Lack of skilled applicants

    • Lack of well-paying non-college career pathways

    Learning is not compulsory and

    neither is survival. - W. Edwards Deming

  • Over the past 3 years (since April 2016)  207 Newly Registered Occupations  143 New Sponsors  179 Employers participating in 22

    Consortiums  31 Unions Engaged as Sponsors  24 Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

    (since 2017)

  • DATE REGISTERED PROGRAM COUNTY OCCUPATION(S) PROGRAM TYPE ACTIVE APPRENTICES/NEW JOBS

    2/9/2017 HACC DAUPHIN COUNTY INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING

    TECHNICIAN (19) HOTEL ASSOCIATE (8)

    GROUP SPONSOR 27

    3/9/2017 DISTRICT 1199C TRAINING & UPGRADING FUND PHILADELPHIA COUNTY

    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (23) CHILD CARE DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST

    (28) DIRECT SUPPORT SPECIALIST (1)

    UNION (GROUP SPONSOR) 52

    5/11/2017 MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATION OF CENTRAL PA. YORK COUNTY MACHINIST (4)

    TOOL AND DIE MAKER (1) GROUP SPONSOR

    5

    10/12/2017 GERMAN AMERICAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ALLEGHENY COUNTY EXTRUDER OPERATOR (8)

    MECHATRONICS (10) SALES ENGINEER (1)

    GROUP SPONSOR 19

    11/9/2017 PENN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM LYCOMING COUNTY MECHATRONICS (12) CNC MACHINIST (16)

    INDUSTRIAL MANUFACT. TECH (24) GROUP SPONSOR 52

    12/14/2017 ALL-CLAD-USW LOCAL 3403-25 WASHINGTON COUNTY MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIANMILLWRIGHT (6) UNION (IND. JOINT) 6

    12/14/2017 THE HERSHEY CO-HAZLETON-UFCW LOCAL 1776 SCHUYLKILL COUNTY ELECTRO-MECHANICAL TECHNICIAN (2) UNION (IND. JOINT) 2

    2/8/2018 SEPTA-TWU LOCAL 234 PHILADELPIA COUNTY BUS MAINTENANCE TECHRail Vehicle Electrical Electronic Maintainer UNION (IND. JOINT) 3

    3/8/2018 CATALYST CONNECTION ALLEGHENY COUNTY INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING TECHNICIAN (12) GROUP SPONSOR 12

    Total 178

  • PA Department of Labor & Industry of Apprenticeship and Training Office

    Director Eric M. Ramsay (717) 787-6997 eramsay@pa.gov www.dli.pa.gov

     Increase the number of PA Registered Apprenticeship opportunities

     Educate the uninformed (employers and job seekers) about the benefits of registered apprenticeship.

     Expand apprenticeship into non-traditional occupations.

    mailto:eramsay@pa.gov

  • - a proven strategy for a pipeline of qualified workers for employers and industries

    created and sustained through strong partnerships

  • GOAL: To create a statewide network of skilled intermediaries developing world class Registered Apprenticeship (RA) and Pre-Registered Apprenticeship (Pre-RA) programs.

  • » Provide industry and/or workforce expertise such as curriculu

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