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					                North Carolina Community College System
          Economic & Workforce Development
                    Dr. Larry Keen, Vice President

                          Willa Dickens
                      Associate Vice President



North Carolina Community Colleges Adult Educators Assocation
                       October 2006


         Preparing North Carolina’s World-Class Workforce




                    H. Martin Lancaster, President
                              Economic & Workforce
                                  Development
                                    Mission
To support North Carolina’s community colleges to provide
high quality, accessible training and services that:

   enable North Carolinians to acquire knowledge and skills
   to obtain and maintain prosperous career opportunities;
   and

   provide North Carolina businesses and industries with a
   world-class workforce and a competitive advantage as a
   result of their presence in North Carolina.
Economic &     Workforce
      Development

 New & Expanding        Occupational
  Industry Training       Continuing
                          Education
Customized Industry
      Training             Human
Focused Industrial        Resources
     Training            Development

      Small           Workforce Initiatives
  Business Network
       Center            BioNetwork
Economic & Workforce Development Programs
          Best tool for strengthening North Carolina’s
          workforce!

          Train, retrain, and upgrade workers for
          current or future job-skill needs!

          Bring high-quality, high-value training to
          businesses, industry, and North Carolina
          citizens, at an affordable cost!

          Provide retraining for dislocated workers,
          bilingual training for the workplace, and
          urgent public health-related training!
            We’re About Jobs!



 Preparing for good jobs with great futures

 Helping North Carolina grow, attract and
  keep good jobs

 Making sure people on the job stay up-to-
  date
BioNetwork
            BioNetwork 2005-2006 Enrollment
                    Curriculum Programs           Enrollment
                   Industry Specific Fields
                                                  2005-2006
                     (unduplicated count)

Biotechnology                                              472
Bioprocess Technology                                          97
Industrial Pharmaceutical Technology                           80
Chemical Process Technology                                     7
Chemical Technology                                            26
Laboratory Technology                                          35
Nanotechnology                                                  6
Clinical Trials Research Associate                             75
Biomedical Equipment Technology                                68
Annual Total                                               866
Continuing Education Program (duplicated count)
BioWork: Process Technician Training                           903
                           BioNetwork Enrollment Trends
          Curriculum Programs                                Enrollment
         Industry Specific Fields         2002-2003      2003-2004       2004-2005 2005-2006
             (unduplicated)

Biotechnology                                   144               297            492     472
Bioprocess Technology                            56                73            43       97
Industrial Pharmaceutical Technology             92                96            94       80
Chemical Process Technology                          7               6            8        7
Chemical Technology                              29                29            26       26
Laboratory Technology                                3             10            19       35
Nanotechnology                                  N/A               N/A             3        6
Clinical Trials Research Associate               48                70            75       75
Biomedical Equipment Technology                 132               141            114      68
Annual Total                                    511               722            874     866
Continuing Education Program (unduplicated)
BioWork: Process Technician Training          274           761            559           903
BioNetwork Capstone Center Course                0            0              0           253
 New and
Expanding
 Industry
 Training
  (NEIT)
New and Expanding Industry Training Statistics
                 2005-2006



                      Total
                  NEIT Project
                  Expenditures
     197          $ 8,382,557.35     23,799
  Projects                          Trainees
                     Media
      92          Development        $352.22
     New          Expenditures       Average
                   $320,598.65        Cost
     105              Total
                                       Per
  Expanding       Expenditures       Trainee
                  $8,703,156.00
            New & Expanding Industry Training (NEIT)
                      Trends in Training
Year         Number     Number of   Number of      Total         Number       Average
                of        New       Expanding   Expenditures        of      Expenditure
             Projects   Companies   Companies                    Trainees   Per Trainee




2005-2006      197         92         105       $ 8,382,557.35    23,799       $ 352.22

2004-2005      164         70          94        5,484,063.55     12,398         442.33

2003-2004      121         38          83        3,841,225.22     10,117         379.68

2002-2003      131         52          79        4,005,104.75     10,610         377.48

2001-2002      155         65          90       $ 5,391,598.35    14,771       $ 365.01
 Focused
Industrial
 Training
  (FIT)
        Focused Industrial Training (FIT)
                   2005-2006
                                     Served 10,351
36 FIT Centers and 9 Consortiums
                                       Trainees

                                   Provided 1,104
                                      Classes,
                                    Workshops,
                                     Seminars,
                                   and Meetings

                                Provided 15,850
Served 639 Companies/Industries  Instructional
                                    Hours
            Focused Industrial Training (FIT)
                  Trends in Training
  Year         FIT     Companies/    Trainees     Skills    Instructional
             Centers    Industries               Classes/      Hours
                          Served                Workshops     Provided
                                                 Provided
2005-2006         36          639      10,351       1,104        15,850

2004-2005         36          797      11,159       1,205        17,060

2003-2004         37          701      10,559       1,071        16,880
2002-2003         40          834       8,438         955        17,946

2001-2002         40          754      10,488       1,100        21,332
Customized Industry
     Training
      (CIT)
    Customized Industry Training Statistics
                  2005-2006


                            Total
                           Project
                        Obligations               297
                        $1,187,679.00           Trainees
         12
     Approved              Total                $340.49
      Projects            Project               Average
                       Expenditures*             Cost
                        $ 101,126.79              Per
                                                Trainee


* The CIT program was initiated March 6, 2006, and had obligated
  $1,187,679 by June 30, 2006.
       SBCN Statistics 2005-2006

2,219 seminars/workshops
51,312 participants
FTE courses w/14,591 participants
6,117 Individuals Counseled
10,436 Consultations
Evaluations: Good – Excellent 99%!!
            SBCN Trends in Training
                                    Number        Number      Number
             Number      Number        of            of          of
                of          of       Course     Individuals   Referrals
            Seminars/    Seminar    Trainees    Counseled
  Year      Workshops    Trainees
2005-2006        2,219     51,312      14,591         6,117      4,873
2004-2005        2,931     44,993      15,806         7,205      5,310
2003-2004        2,979     44,475      12,561         6,517      5,831
2002-2003        3,038     48,791      17,602         6,848      3,113
2001-2002        2,793     47,317      15,215         9,117      6,930




                                                          NCCCS, February 2006
Workforce Continuing Education
          2005-2006

                Annual Enrollment reached
                         688,942

                  Generated 23,619 FTE

               Colleges provide more than
               1,200 State Board Approved
                         Courses

               Colleges provide 200 courses
                leading to Certification and
                      Recertification
       Workforce Continuing Education
             Enrollment Trends
Year        Enrollment
2005-2006      688,942

2004-2005      623,971

2003-2004      588,731

2002-2003      543,411
       Human Resources Development (HRD)
              2005-2006 Enrollment
                       Courses              Enrollment
           Employability Skills                22,316
           Employability Lab                   19,154
2005-2006
Enrollment Career Planning and Assessment      13,420
    by     Career Readiness/Pathways            8,437
  Course
 Offering
           Introduction to Computers           13,491
           Employability Motivation and
           Retention                            2,575
           Economic Literacy                    1,373
     Human Resources Development (HRD)
             Enrollment Trends
Year        Enrollment
2005-2006      80,766

2004-2005      67,694

2003-2004      63,573

2002-2003      52,736

2001-2002      46,970
             Human Resources Development
                  Career Start Project
A Partnership Between the Department of Health and Human
  Services, Employment Security Commission, and North
           Carolina Community College System
Training Statistics 2005-2006
36,709 DSS Referrals
13,550 particpants attended a 3- to 20-hour Career Start Orientation
10,816 participants referred to ESC – Job Search

Placements: 40% attending Orientation placed in educational component..
HRD 80%; Basic Skills 17%; CE classes 3%; Curriculum 2%; WIA 2%

Outcomes: 4,740 participants completed educational/training
assignments after Orientation
Workforce Initiatives

  State/Federal Collaboration
         Project NOW
        Project Health
          PipelineNC
    BioValidation Academy
       Tell the Story, Over and Over!
 Economic and Workforce Development efforts
     require consistent, quality promotional
  resources that cover a wide variety of media.
• Use all elements to communicate opportunities.
• Be fast, accurate and demonstrate what can be
  done to meet the need.
• When you cannot do something, offer alternative
  options to arrive at a solution.
• Creativity and innovation have a place at the table.
 Investing in People Pays Off
 Capital goes wherever workers are skilled.
 Investment in people vital to economic growth.
 All elements required to educate and train the
  workforce are essential parts of that investment.
                North Carolina
            Community College System
 Economic & Workforce Development Division
    5003 Mail Service Center ~ Raleigh, NC 27699
   Telephone (919) 807-7100 ~ Fax (919) 807-7169




           H. Martin Lancaster, President




                Visit us online at
www.nccommunitycolleges.edu/Business_and_Industry
                                                   NCCCS, October 2006

				
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