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					 Los Angeles
Valley College
Education
Master Plan
           EDUCATION MASTER PLAN
•       Phase I - Response to Chancellor’s Request
    –     An estimate of future college capacity needs
    –     5-10 occupational & general ed areas identified for possible
          new program development
    –     New goals & objectives reflecting college Basic Skills
          Initiative “Action Plans”
    –     New goals & objectives for student success in response to
          the District Strategic Plan, ARCC/AB 1417 measures, the
          Basic Skills Self Assessment process, and the Technology
          Strategic Assessment.
•       Phase II – Complete Education Master Plan
•       Phase III – Implementation Plan
      PHASE I:
Response To Chancellor
      Request
    QUESTION ONE:
 Estimate Future College
Capacity Needs Based on
   Area Demographics
 and Participation Rates
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS

• Capacity needs primarily driven by enrollment
• Enrollment projections based on variety of
  factors
  ―Past enrollments
  ―Participation rates
  ―Demographics of immediate region
  ―Population growth of immediate region
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
• Immediate Service Area defined as surrounding
  cities
  ―   Burbank
  ―   North Hills
  ―   North Hollywood
  ―   Pacoima
  ―   Panorama City
  ―   Sherman Oaks
  ―   Studio City
  ―   Sun Valley
  ―   Valley Glen
  ―   Valley Village
  ―   Universal City
  ―   Van Nuys

• About 75% of LA Valley enrollment from these
  communities
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
         Full-Time Equivalent Students by Academic Year
                          1969/70 to 2006/07

18000
                 16,761
16000
                                                14,135
14000   12,678
12000               12,755            10,837             12,727
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ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
 Recessionary Periods
• 1973-1975:
  Quadrupling of oil prices by OPEC & high cost of Vietnam War.
• 1980–1982:
  Iranian Revolution sharply increased the price of oil
  around the world
• 1990–1991
  Industrial production & manufacturing-trade sales decreased
• 2001–2003:
  Collapse of the dot-com bubble, the September 11th attacks
  & accounting scandals
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
                   Enrollment by Ethnicity
                     Fall 1972 to Fall 2007

100%

80%

60%
                                    40%         40%      43%
40%
                         23%
20%         13%
       7%
 0%
   1972     1980         1990       2000        2005     2007

               Asian       Black     Hispanic    White
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
       Population in Immediate Service Area by Ethnicity
                           1970 to 2020

100%
80%
                                                                       60%
                                                 52%            55%
60%                              49%
                     38%
40%
              23%
20%13%

 0%
   1970       1980      1990       2000              2005       2010   2020
                       White   Black      Hispanic      Asian
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
      15 to 34 year olds in Immediate Service Area
                        1970 to 2010


300,000
                              254,086             261,141
250,000
              202,155                   249,358
200,000
150,000 162,791
100,000
 50,000
     0
     1970         1980         1990      2000         2010
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
Educational Attainment in Population Aged 25 and Over
                                                2000
100%

90%
         25%             27%              25%            27%
80%
                                                                     Bachelor's Degree (inc Master,
70%       6%             7%               6%              7%         Professional, Doctorate)
                                                                     Associate's Degree
60%

50%      40%                              39%                        High School Diploma (inc some college)
                         43%                             43%
40%
                                                                     Less than High School Diploma
30%

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         29%                              30%
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        Immediate     San Fernando   Los Angeles/Long   California
       Service Area      Valley           Beach
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
              Population 5 Years Old & Older that
          Speaks Language Other than English at Home
                             2000
70%



60%


              61%
50%
                                     56%                   55%

40%


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      Immediate Service Area   San Fernando Valley   Los Angeles County   California
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
                            Language Spoken at Home by
                           Population 5 Years Old & Older
                                        2000
50%
      44%
45%
                                                                39%
40%

35%
                                  34%

30%
                                                                                               26%
25%

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                       2%                           2%                            1%                              1%
0%
      Immediate Service Area        San Fernando Valley           Los Angeles County                 California

                Spanish    Other Indo-European Languages   Asian & Pacific Island Languages   Other Languages
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS

 Other Factors Affecting Growth
 • Physical capacity of campus
     ― Current Campus Master Plan shows capacity to
       accommodate 23,000 students if fully built
     ― Fall 2007 enrollment was 16,736 headcount
 • Ability of State to finance growth
     ― Current financial crisis & mercurial nature of funding
       warrants caution
 • Will & ability to create new programs & services
 • Facilities to house needed programs & services
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS

Conclusions based on Discussion & Data:
• The College wishes to grow to meet needs of
  Immediate Service Area and to demonstrate
  institutional vitality

• If College is to grow, must offer programs & services
  that will meet the needs of increasingly diverse
  individuals in Immediate Service Area, particularly
  Hispanic population
ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
Conclusions based on Discussions & Data (cont.):
• College’s fall headcount enrollment increased last
  two years (1.6% and 2.2% respectively) after
  decreasing prior five years

• Based on projected availability of resources
  (budget & space), College will strive to grow 1.5%
  each year
   – In 2001/02, College enrolled 14,135 FTES, its
     most recent peak.
   – By growing at 1.5% annually, College will re-
     achieve this FTES level in 2013/14 and maintain
     a modest growth trajectory from that point
     forward.
 ESTIMATE OF FUTURE CAPACITY NEEDS
         Full-Time Equivalent Students by Academic Year
                               1969/70 to 2006/07

18,000

16,000
                  16,761
                                               14,135                 14,125
14,000                                                  12,727
         12,678
12,000                               10,837
                    12,755                                       13,308
10,000                                        11,267
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                             8,717
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            QUESTION TWO:
5 To 10 Occupational & General Education
       Areas for New or Enhanced
         Program Development
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
What sources were used?
• State of California Occupational Employment
  Projections, 2004 – 2014
• Initial interviews of faculty, staff &
  administration
• Center of Excellence reports
• The CSUN Economic Forecast for the San
  Fernando Valley
• College’s historical enrollment patterns
• Area competitors
   – Private schools (e.g., Maric College, Pacific Career
     Academy, Western Beauty Institute)
   – Other schools in District
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS


California Occupational Employment Projections
   – Forecasts job openings over 10-year period
      • 2004 - 2014
   – Tracks jobs for AA/Post-Secondary
     Vocational Education Certificate holders
     and BS/BA holders
                                                                      Job Openings         Yearly Job     Median
Occupations for AA/Certificate Holders                                 (2004-2014)         Openings     Hourly Wage
Registered Nurses                                                         30,240             3,024         $33.11
Automotive Service Technicians and Mechanics                               7,470              747          $16.11
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses                          6,060              606          $20.28
Preschool Teachers, Except Special Education                               4,870              487          $12.39
Medical Secretaries                                                        4,710              471          $15.10
Legal Secretaries                                                          3,930              393          $24.12
Computer Support Specialists                                               3,180              318          $20.21
Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and Cosmetologists                             2,800              280          $10.42
Paralegals and Legal Assistants                                            2,790              279          $23.09
Fitness Trainers and Aerobics Instructors                                  2,590              259          $17.82
Dental Hygienists                                                          2,540              254          $33.83
Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers                                   2,410              241          $12.81
Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel Engine Specialists                      2,360              236          $20.17
Massage Therapists                                                         2,320              232          $13.15
Chefs and Head Cooks                                                       2,030              203          $18.63
Manicurists and Pedicurists                                                1,960              196           $8.29
Radiologic Technologists and Technicians                                   1,850              185          $25.68
Respiratory Therapists                                                     1,840              184          $26.14
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians                         1,840              184          $13.44
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians                                1,570              157          $16.71
Health Technologists and Technicians, All Other                            1,540              154          $18.00
Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary                               1,440              144          $22.90
Surgical Technologists                                                     1,440              144          $20.30
Sound Engineering Technicians                                              1,330              133          $27.10
Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians                                 1,270              127          $27.47
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics                               1,230              123          $10.92
Real Estate Sales Agents                                                   1,220              122          $28.33
Travel Agents                                                              1,200              120          $13.95
Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technicians                          1,170              117          $24.19
Architectural and Civil Drafters                                           1,080              108          $21.20
Gaming Dealers                                                             1,050              105           $7.85
Computer Specialists, All Other                                            1,030              103          $37.05
Broadcast Technicians                                                      1,020              102          $16.82
Note: Degrees and programs offered at LA Valley College prepare students for highlighted occupations
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS


Cluster analysis of significant job opportunities for
  AA/Certificate holders:
   – Healthcare, especially Nursing
   – Personal care services
   – Administrative services
                                                                             Job Openings   Yearly Job     Median
Occupations for BS/BA Holders                                                 (2004-2014)   Openings     Hourly Wage
Elementary School Teachers, Except Special Education                            22,460        2,246          N/A
General and Operations Managers                                                 19,150        1,915         $47.61
Secondary School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education              15,320        1,532          N/A
Business Operations Specialists, All Other                                      14,990        1,499         $25.27
Accountants and Auditors                                                        13,880        1,388         $26.28
Property, Real Estate, and Community Association Managers                        8,270         827          $16.36
Teachers and Instructors, All Other                                              7,220         722          $18.94
Computer Software Engineers, Applications                                        5,590         559          $42.35
Special Education Teachers, Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School       4,850         485           N/A
Sales Managers                                                                   4,750         475          $45.84
Financial Managers                                                               4,730         473          $45.48
Management Analysts                                                              4,710         471          $33.61
Computer Systems Analysts                                                        4,120         412          $32.89
Producers and Directors                                                          3,980         398           N/A
Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts                                 3,360         336          $31.11
Chief Executives                                                                 3,200         320         >$70.01
Graduate Teaching Assistants                                                     3,160         316           N/A
Aerospace Engineers                                                              3,150         315          $45.72
Multi-Media Artists and Animators                                                3,140         314          $34.82
Recreation Workers                                                               3,100         310          $10.18
Human Resources, Training, and Labor Relations Specialists, All Other            3,060         306          $28.26
Loan Officers                                                                    2,760         276          $25.67
Civil Engineers                                                                  2,660         266          $35.54
Network and Computer Systems Administrators                                      2,650         265          $30.84
Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software                                    2,600         260          $41.63
Child, Family, and School Social Workers                                         2,550         255          $23.76
Computer and Information Systems Managers                                        2,530         253          $53.36
Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale, Retail, and Farm Products                   2,380         238          $24.81
Insurance Sales Agents                                                           2,380         238          $28.74
Marketing Managers                                                               2,350         235          $47.94
Public Relations Specialists                                                     2,310         231          $20.18
Administrative Services Managers                                                 2,290         229          $35.33
Writers and Authors                                                              2,270         227          $31.64
Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED Teachers and Instructors             2,150         215           N/A
                                                                    Job Openings   Yearly Job     Median
Occupations for BS/BA Holders                                        (2004-2014)   Openings     Hourly Wage
Graphic Designers                                                       2,130         213          $21.01
Computer Programmers                                                    2,100         210          $34.17
Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except Farm Products                       2,050         205          $19.81
Agents and Business Managers of Artists, Performers, and Athletes       2,040         204          $29.53
Construction Managers                                                   1,970         197          $44.01
Personal Financial Advisors                                             1,960         196          $32.68
Middle School Teachers, Except Special and Vocational Education         1,960         196            [4]
Special Education Teachers, Secondary School                            1,950         195            [4]
Engineering Managers                                                    1,940         194          $54.39
Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special Education                         1,930         193            [4]
Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists                           1,910         191          $31.74
Employment, Recruitment, and Placement Specialists                      1,900         190          $24.58
Education Administrators, Elementary and Secondary School               1,890         189            [4]
Mechanical Engineers                                                    1,890         189          $36.20
Medical and Health Services Managers                                    1,880         188          $42.10
Editors                                                                 1,870         187          $23.20
Securities, Commodities, and Financial Services Sales Agents            1,810         181          $34.38
Industrial Engineers                                                    1,680         168          $35.72
Engineers, All Other                                                    1,670         167          $44.50
Cost Estimators                                                         1,620         162          $26.98
Film and Video Editors                                                  1,600         160          $26.58
Social and Community Service Managers                                   1,520         152          $26.31
Fashion Designers                                                       1,390         139          $26.21
Community and Social Service Specialists, All Other                     1,380         138          $17.93
Architects, Except Landscape and Naval                                  1,360         136          $31.53
Art Directors                                                           1,350         135          $35.81
Financial Analysts                                                      1,310         131          $33.89
Education, Training, and Library Workers, All Other                     1,310         131          $15.30
Electrical Engineers                                                    1,300         130          $38.95
Training and Development Specialists                                    1,290         129          $24.61
Special Education Teachers, Middle School                               1,270         127            [4]
Electronics Engineers, Except Computer                                  1,260         126          $41.96
Education Administrators, Postsecondary                                 1,240         124          $31.38
Financial Specialists, All Other                                        1,080         108          $24.14
Database Administrators                                                 1,080         108          $34.09
Medical and Public Health Social Workers                                1,050         105          $24.10
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Cluster analysis of significant job
  opportunities for BS/BA holders:
  – K – 12 Education
  – Business, especially Finance & Accounting
  – Information Technology

Key Implication
  – Opportunity to partner with local colleges
    and universities to expand or develop 2+2
    programs
     • Indian Hills College/University of Iowa
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
•       Business*
•       Child Development*
•       Computer Science Information Technology*
•       Environmental Science/Green Technology
•       Health Management
    –     Emphasis in Medical Office Services
    –     Emphasis in Personal Wellness Services
•       Legal Services
•       Media Arts & Technology*
•       Teacher Education
•       Workforce Development*/One-Stop Center
    *Existing Program
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS


Business
• Robust curriculum to:
   – Support students aiming to transfer and prepare
     for one of nearly 90,000 jobs in:
      •   Sales and Purchasing
      •   Finance
      •   Management
      •   Human Resources
      •   Marketing
   – Degree program(s) with specializations in above
     areas
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS



 Child Development
 • Provide skilled workers to meet growing
   demand for Teacher Aides & Child
   Development specialists
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS

Computer Science Information Technology
• Participate in resurgence of Computer Science
  as vital discipline
• Partner with major technology corporations
• Prepare students for entry-level positions as:
   – Computer Support Specialists
   – Computer Technicians
   – Computer Network Support Specialists
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Environmental Science/Green Technologies
•       Prepare students for entry-level positions as:
    –     Environmental Science and Protection
          Technicians, Including Health
    –     Environmental Engineering Technicians
    –     Biological Technicians
    –     Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians
    –     Forest and Conservation Technicians
    –     Chemical Technicians
    –     Geological and Petroleum Technicians
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Health Management
• Emphasis in Medical Office Services
• Prepare students for entry-level positions &
  state certification (if applicable) as:
   – Medical Secretary
   – Medical Records Technician
   – Medical Office Assistant
   – Medical Transcriptionist
   – Medical Technician
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Health Management
• Emphasis in Personal Wellness Services
• Prepare students for entry-level positions &
  state certification (if applicable) as:
   – Massage Therapist
   – Skin Care Specialist/Esthetician
   – Fitness Trainer
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Legal Services
• Prepare students for entry-level positions &
  state certification (if applicable) as:
   – Legal Secretary
   – Paralegal and Legal Assistant
   – Legal Office Assistant
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Media Arts & Technology
• Maximize partnerships with local industry to
  enhance existing programs
• Digital media (sound, film, photography &
  graphic arts)
• Prepare students for entry-level positions as:
   – Sound Engineering Technicians
   – Broadcast Technicians
   – Makeup Artists, Theatrical, and Performance
     Specialists
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Teacher Education
•       Robust curriculum to:
    –     Support students aiming to transfer and
          prepare for one of nearly 60,000 jobs in:
          •   Elementary Education, including Kindergarten
          •   Secondary Education
          •   Special Education
          •   Adult Literacy, Remedial Education, and GED
          •   Middle School Education
          •   Educational Administration
    –     New Liberal Studies transfer program supports
          & will need to grow to accommodate demand
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
Workforce Development/One-Stop Center
• Provide access point to College for community
  members regardless of education level, work
  experience
• Opportunities for job seekers, employers,
  corporate training, etc.
• Examples:
   – San Bernardino CCD Professional
     Development Center
   – Hollywood Worksource Center at LACC
POTENTIAL NEW/ENHANCED PROGRAMS
“Center for Transitional Services”
• Would expand concept to serve students in
  transition, e.g.
   – Entering college for the first time
   – Choosing a major or program of study
   – Transferring to 4-year institution
   – Re-entering college
   – Moving from under-prepared to college-level courses: “Basic
     Skills Education”
   – Entering world of work in chosen field
• Create organizational network that clusters &
  integrates all transition-related programs &
  services including outreach
• Model: Chaffey College Success Centers
                  SPACE IMPLICATIONS

•   Media Arts Building
•   Environmental Sciences Building
•   Workforce and Job Training Center
•   Student Success Center
    ―“One-Stop” for Admissions, Records, Financial Aid,
     Cashier and other basic services
    ―Transitional Services
       – Would include Basic Skills
                 SPACE IMPLICATIONS
• Business Building
  ―Could include facilities for business oriented health
   management programs, e.g.,
     –   Medical Secretary
     –   Medical Records Technician
     –   Medical Office Assistant
     –   Medical Transcriptionist Environmental Science Building
  ―Could include Legal Services programs
     – Legal Secretary
     – Paralegal and Legal Assistant
     – Legal Office Assistant
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