CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. March 15, 2011 Meeting Agenda Welcome M7 Food & Beverage Advisory Council Focus: Industry Career Pathways 8:00-8:15am. Welcome and Council Update 8:15-8:45am. Manny Perez, Secretary Workforce Development 8:45-9:15am. Dr. Michael Burke, President, MATC Rich Busalacchi, Associate Dean 9:15-9:30am. Next Steps CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. M7 Food & Beverage Advisory Council Co-Chairs: CHR Hansen David Carpenter – President O&H Danish Bakery Eric Olesen – President, Baptista's Bakery Nan Gardetto – Owner & CEO Benelact Ed Salina – President Fred Usinger Fritz Usinger – President Gehl Foods Andy Gehl – President Klockner KHS Mike Brancato – President Masterson Mike Masterson – President MillerCoors Mike Jones – Vice President Ocean Spray Andy Gunniss – Plant Manager Palermo Villa Inc. Giacomo Fallucca – President Schreiber Foods Mike Bown – Plant Manager Slow Food Upper Midwest Martha Davis Kipcak – Governor Stone Creek Coffee Steve Hawthorne – Vice President Sysco Food Services Cathy Henry – President & COO Wixon Peter Gottsacker – President CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Milwaukee 7 Mission Seven counties united around a regional agenda to grow, expand and attract world-class businesses and talent CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. M7 Operational Focus for Goal Achievement Grow Jobs, Advance Region Payroll & Increase Business Building Capital Expansion & Attraction Investment Improve Business Climate CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Export Industries Drive Regional Growth 1 Million Regional Jobs + + 275,000 Jobs 325,000 Jobs 400,000 Jobs Export Supply Support CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Export Drivers Manufacturing Overall Average Regional Wage = $42,209 February 2009 Financial Jobs 168,601 Services Avg. $54,034 Wage 50,735 Headquarters/ Information Acute Distribution Education Management Technology Healthcare Services $66,014 Offices 21,980 12,671 9,100 7,765 3,270 $89,749 $76,307 $39,410 $52,439 $43,938 CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Targeted Export Driver Industry Clusters Power, Food & Water Medical & Food & Information Financial Automation Power, Beverage Technologies Bio Medical Services Beverage Technology & Controls & Automotive Manufacturing Technology Manufacturing Controls 80% of products shipped outside the Milwaukee Region January 2011 Food Forum Survey Respondents CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Food Industry Growth on Horizon Significant industry growth expected in region over next 12 months 70% employment growth 94% investment in capital equipment expenditures 50% facility expansions January 2011 M7 Executive Food Forum Survey Respondents CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. GOAL: Grow Jobs, Payroll and Capital Investment Milwaukee Region 253 food & beverage companies 14,700 employees $590 million in annual payroll 9% of regional manufacturing base Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2008 CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Mission Mission To make the Milwaukee Region a center for food industry growth. M7 F&B Advisory Council Role To help develop deeper industry intelligence, an industry network, and a market strategy that will result in regional food industry growth as measured by jobs, payroll and capital investment CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Food & Beverage Cluster Development Plan 1. Develop a Competitive Food Industry Value Proposition 2. Engage Regional Food Industry Leaders 3. Conduct Marketing & Outreach to Industry & Site Selectors CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Upcoming Engagement Opportunities April 19, 2011 5:00-7:00pm M7 Executive Food Forum Host: David Carpenter CHR Hansen 9015 West Maple St, Milwaukee CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Upcoming Engagement Opportunities May 17, 2011 3:30-7:00pm Food Safety Presentation & Panel More details to come... CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Upcoming Engagement Opportunities June, 2011 Date, time, locale TBD M7 Food Industry Regional Vision Session Objective: Convene leaders from across the food industry to facilitate a productive discussion of our competitive status and vision for our future CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Competitive Talent Base Among U.S. 50 Largest Metros 13th lowest Highest average concentration weekly wage of industry for food product manufacturing talent Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2008 CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Significant Industry Workforce Food & Beverage Occupations LQ Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, weighers 2.86 Food scientists and technologists 2.08 Location Quotient Chemists 1.78 LQ of “1.00” indicates Industrial engineers 1.72 Team assemblers 1.62 the concentration of a Industrial production managers 1.56 particular occupation in a Production Workers 1.46 given locale is identical First-line production supervisors/managers 1.36 to the concentration in Sales representatives, wholesale & manufacturing 1.34 the U.S. as a whole. An Packers and packagers, hand 1.31 Mixing & blending machine setters/operators 1.29 occupation is considered Packaging/filling machine operators and tenders 1.20 significantly Food cooking machine operators and tenders 1.10 concentrated when the Helpers - production workers 1.07 LQ exceeds 1.15. Industrial truck and tractor operators 1.05 Industry machine mechanics 1.02 Source: EMSI (March 2009) Food batchmakers 1.00 CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. A Competitive Workforce / Talent Base Skills Gap Study Aligning career pathways with manufacturers’ needs employers — educators — current & future workers Step One Step Two Step Three What MFG jobs What educational What means are exist now and into and training outlets being used to market the foreseeable exist to support the MFG career future MFG’s needs opportunities CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Food Industry Career Pathways Welcome Secretary Manuel “Manny” Perez Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development Wisconsin Is Open for Business Wisconsin Workforce Strategy: Advancing Synergies with M7 Food & Beverage Advisory Council Manny Perez Secretary Department of Workforce Development March 15, 2011 Wisconsin Is Open for Business DWD Mission Advancing Wisconsin’s economy through a leading workforce development system that attracts, creates, and retains jobs, and empowers individuals to become self‐ sufficient. DWD Vision To be the leading workforce development agency of its kind in the nation. Wisconsin Is Open for Business What sets us above other states? • Among many other differences: • Business‐friendly climate being advanced by Gov. Walker (tax incentives and regulatory framework) • High work ethic: Labor force participation higher than U.S. average • Worker’s Compensation program increases profitability of companies • WI 5th lowest average cost per‐case in nation • WI lowest WC premiums in the Midwest • Nationally recognized return to work program • Strong workplace safety culture Wisconsin Is Open for Business What Sets Us Above Other States? • Worker’s Compensation: Average per‐case cost • WI ranks 5th best (lowest) in U.S.; IL 4th worst (highest) • Low cost = higher profitability for WI employers Wisconsin Is Open for Business What Sets Us Above Other States? WC premiums paid by employers per $100 of wages paid: Actual Cost Per $100 of Payroll • WI ranks best (lowest) in $14.00 5‐state Midwest region $12.00 $10.00 Premium Rate $8.00 • Lower premiums = higher $6.00 $4.00 profitability for employers $2.00 $- WI MI IA MN IL 1 2 3 4 5 State Comparison Wisconsin Is Open for Business Wisconsin January Jobs Data • 10,100 more private sector jobs, 4,200 in manufacturing • Labor demand Wisconsin Total Nonfarm Jobs (NSA) increasing 2,950,000 2007 2009 2,900,000 2010 • 24,000 Job 2,850,000 2011 2.81M Postings on JCW 2,800,000 2.75M 2,750,000 • Unemployment 2.67M 2,700,000 rate declining 2,650,000 2.64M • Motivate people 2,600,000 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec to work March Signals Start of hiring season Wisconsin Is Open for Business Initial Message to External Partners: Priorities • Ensure high sensing of private sector labor needs • Work to forecast jobs & ID shortages of qualified workers • Partners to align programs to anticipate and meet private sector labor needs • Wisconsin Technical College System • Workforce Development Boards • Chambers of Commerce • Local economic development regions • Joint Focus: outcomes & results to anticipate and meet private sector labor needs • Partners: Ensure financial transparency, compliance & accountability • Motivate people to work; Report UI fraud and abuse Wisconsin Is Open for Business Working Together to Anticipate and Meet Private Sector Labor Needs DWD Economic Development Workforce Regions Development & Boards Chambers of Commerce WTCS Food & Beverage Wisconsin Is Open for Business M7 Food & Beverage Manufacturing • 253 food & beverage companies • 14,700 employees • $590 million in annual payroll • 9% of regional manufacturing base WI Technology Council “Bold Action” White Paper • Food processing & safety sector projected to grow • One of seven growing sectors Food & Beverage Wisconsin Is Open for Business Global Food Safety Initiative / Safe Quality Food • Wisconsin certified firms: 72; M7 Region, 21 Call to Action: • Continue to support strict compliance with GFSI standards • Level 1 – Food Safety Fundamentals • Level 2 – Certified HACCP Food Safety Plans • Level 3 – Comprehensive Food Safety7 and Quality Management Systems • DWD: Support safety education via MSSC / public media • If your company needs assistance improving your MOD, contact us, OSHA, and we can help Wisconsin Is Open for Business Some additional action items… • Engage Workforce Development Boards (WDBs), economic development regions, technical college system, and chambers of commerce to participate in the development of WDB plans • Support and motivate the values of self‐sufficiency, personal responsibility, and life‐long learning • Motivate people to work; Report UI fraud and abuse Wisconsin Is Open for Business Questions & Answers How can we work better with you to meet workforce needs? Wisconsin Is Open for Business Thank You! Food & Beverage Wisconsin Is Open for Business M7 Food & Beverage Manufacturing Employers & JCW openings over 12 months Cargill Meat Solutions Milwaukee 347 Echo Lakes Farm Produce Burlington 258 Cargill Meat Solutions Butler 190 Fred Usinger Milwaukee 166 Wixon Fontarome Inc. Saint Frances 166 Agrilink Foods Darien 145 Gehl Guernsey Farms Germantown 135 Pan‐o‐Gold Baking West Allis 112 Southeast WDA Food Manufacturing Employment Walworth Kenosha Racine 2010 Q3 Wisconsin Is Open for Business 2010 Q2 2010 Q1 2009 Q4 2009 Q3 2009 Q2 2009 Q1 2008 Q4 2008 Q3 2008 Q2 2008 Q1 2007 Q4 2007 Q3 2007 Q2 2007 Q1 2006 Q4 2006 Q3 2006 Q2 2006 Q1 2005 Q4 2005 Q3 2005 Q2 Food & Beverage 2005 Q1 2004 Q4 2004 Q3 2004 Q2 2004 Q1 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 Washington Waukesha Ozaukee WOW WDA Food Manufacturing Employment 2010 Q3 2010 Q2 Wisconsin Is Open for Business 2010 Q1 2009 Q4 2009 Q3 2009 Q2 2009 Q1 2008 Q4 2008 Q3 2008 Q2 2008 Q1 2007 Q4 2007 Q3 2007 Q2 2007 Q1 2006 Q4 2006 Q3 2006 Q2 2006 Q1 2005 Q4 2005 Q3 2005 Q2 2005 Q1 2004 Q4 2004 Q3 2004 Q2 2004 Q1 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1,000 500 0 Milwaukee WDA Food Manufacturing Employment 2010 Q3 2010 Q2 Wisconsin Is Open for Business 2010 Q1 2009 Q4 2009 Q3 2009 Q2 2009 Q1 2008 Q4 2008 Q3 2008 Q2 2008 Q1 2007 Q4 2007 Q3 2007 Q2 2007 Q1 2006 Q4 2006 Q3 2006 Q2 2006 Q1 2005 Q4 2005 Q3 2005 Q2 2005 Q1 2004 Q4 2004 Q3 2004 Q2 2004 Q1 7,800 7,600 7,400 7,200 7,000 6,800 6,600 6,400 6,200 6,000 Wisconsin Is Open for Business What Sets Us Above Other States? • Wisconsin’s work ethic outpaces U.S. CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. Food Industry Career Pathways Welcome Dr. Michael Burke, President Milwaukee Area Technical College And, Rich Busalacchi Associate Dean Hospitality Programs Dr. Michael Burke President Food Industry Career Pathways Food Industry Career Pathways 38 Dr. Richard Busalacchi Associate Dean Hospitality and Business Programs Food Industry Career Pathways Food Industry Career Pathways 39 Industry-Related Program Enrollments at MATC Culinary Arts AAS* – 380 students • Students currently on waiting list – 164 • Student applications to program – Fall - 631 • Student applications to program – Spring - 324 Baking and Pastry Arts – 133 students • Students currently on waiting list – 64 • Student applications to program – Fall - 124 • Student applications to program – Spring - 72 *Culinary Arts AAS also available at Waukesha County Technical College and Gateway Technical College Food Industry Career Pathways 40 Expanding Food and Beverage Industry Focus – Need Identification Connection to larger food industry` Compelling data based on M7 research Incorporating sustainability and locally grown and sourced products into instruction Shared need between urban agriculture and food and beverage manufacturing Developing a food industry career pathway Preparing to meet the employment and training needs of the urban agriculture, food science, and food manufacturing sectors Food Industry Career Pathways 41 United States Department of Agriculture Challenge Grant Grant submitted on January 21, 2011, award to be announced prior to July 1 Large scale regional initiative submitted for $300,000 over 3 years Grant Partners • MATC • Milwaukee Public Schools • UW Stout • Growing Power • Milwaukee 7 – Food & Beverage Council Project Proposals • Must support a multi-partner approach • Solve major state or regional challenge • Focus on agricultural sciences, education at K-14 grade levels Coalition of F&B industry representatives formed to address regional education and training challenges Food Industry Career Pathways 42 Coalition Members Industry Representatives K-12 • CHR Hansen, Inc.* • Kenosha Unified School District • MillerCoors* • Milwaukee Public Schools • Oconomowoc Lake Club • Waukesha School District • Pinehold Gardens Technical Colleges • Gateway Technical College • Milwaukee Area Technical College Non Profits • Waukesha County Technical College • Center for Resilient Cities • Engineers and Scientists of Milwaukee Universities • Growing Power • Milwaukee 7 • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee • Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment School of Continuing Education Board • Sweet Water Organics • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee • Urban Ecology Center School of Public Health • University of Wisconsin-River Falls Department of Animal and Food Science • University of Wisconsin-Stout College of Education, Health and Human Sciences Food Industry Career Pathways Food Industry Career Pathways 43 Grant Objectives This project addresses a food industry career pathway by establishing 1. Sustainable Food Systems associate degree (70 credits) 2. Urban Agriculture diploma (30 credits) 3. Food Science/Manufacturing diploma (30 credits) Food Industry Career Pathways 44 Sample Courses Draft Curriculum Both diplomas combined = Sustainable Food Systems AAS Urban Agriculture Diploma Food Science/ • Business Organization and Manufacturing Diploma • Management Water and Wastewater Analysis • Business Organization and Management • Horticultural Soil • Food and Dairy Quality Control • Exterior Plant Pests • Intro to Global Food Supply • Intro to Global Food Supply • Food Engineering • Animal Science/Livestock • Food Chemistry • Intro to Aquaponics • Food Processing • Organic Farming Principles • Food Packaging and Design • Farming, Food Culture, & Food • Food Distribution Logistics Preservation • Sustainable Energy Conservation • Food Policy, Regulations, and • Systems Thinking Law • Practicum/Field Experience • Systems Thinking • Practicum/Field Experience Food Industry Career Pathways Food Industry Career Pathways 45 Grant Objectives - continued 4. Articulate associate degree to baccalaureate degree programs (Urban Agriculture, Food Science, Food Manufacturing, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Public Health, and other areas) 5. Develop career pathway in high schools linking STEM and other food system courses/careers 6. Develop K-14 internships and service learning in urban agriculture and food science/manufacturing Food Industry Career Pathways 46 MATC’s Commitment MATC considers itself a key partner with the M7 Food and Beverage Advisory Council and the partners in the newly formed coalition Regardless of the USDA grant award, it is MATC’s intent to move forward with the objectives as described Diploma program offerings could begin as soon as fall 2012 and the associate degree beginning as soon as fall 2013 Food Industry Career Pathways 47 Meeting Workforce Demands of the M7 Region This project will result in: • The training of • New urban farmers • Food manufacturers • Food scientists • The development of a new STEM-intensive food industry career pathway Food Industry Career Pathways 48 Addressing Societal Challenges This project also addresses the 5 societal challenges as identified by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture 1.Global food security and hunger 2.Climate change 3.Sustainable energy 4.Childhood obesity 5.Food safety Food Industry Career Pathways 49 Next Steps Need analysis survey in partnership with M7 Formal needs/task analysis (DACUM) to identify specific needs of industry in M7 Region Curriculum to be developed with collaborative stakeholders Food Industry Career Pathways 50 Questions Food Industry Career Pathways 51 CHOOSEMILWAUKEE 7 COUNTIES. 1 GREAT REGION. 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