SB70 Apprenticeship Pipeline

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Published on February 26, 2009

Author: ccpc

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Linda Christopher – Project Coordinator (Community Collaborative/Workforce Innovation Partnership) Los Rios CCD - American River College Mavis McAllister – Pre-apprenticeship Coordinator (Workforce Innovation Partnership/Supplemental) Los Rios CCD - American River College Carol Johnston- ROP Principal/CTE Curriculum Specialist, Sacramento Office Education

Linda Christopher – Project Coordinator

(Community Collaborative/Workforce Innovation Partnership) Los Rios CCD - American River College

Mavis McAllister – Pre-apprenticeship Coordinator

(Workforce Innovation Partnership/Supplemental)

Los Rios CCD - American River College

Carol Johnston- ROP Principal/CTE Curriculum Specialist, Sacramento Office Education

Community Collaborative Project STRIPE – Sacramento Transportation Regional Infrastructure Partnership in Education Amount: $350,000 - $400,000 Expected Impact: Establish an Apprenticeship Pipeline Create middle school career exploration opportunities Develop an ROP-Orientation to Transportation Infrastructure course with Sac County ROP Develop a Transportation Infrastructure Pre-Apprenticeship Program at American River College Promote Apprenticeship opportunities and the potential for a Certificate and Associate of Arts Degree

Community Collaborative

Project STRIPE – Sacramento Transportation Regional Infrastructure Partnership in Education

Amount: $350,000 - $400,000

Expected Impact: Establish an Apprenticeship Pipeline

Create middle school career exploration opportunities

Develop an ROP-Orientation to Transportation Infrastructure course with Sac County ROP

Develop a Transportation Infrastructure Pre-Apprenticeship Program at American River College

Promote Apprenticeship opportunities and the potential for a Certificate and Associate of Arts Degree

Apprenticeship Programs Bricklayers & Stonemasons J.A.T.&E.C., Carpenters Training Committee Apprenticeship, Cement Masons, Nor. Cal. Laborers, Drywall/Lathers, Electricians, Ironworkers, Operating Engineers, Pile Drivers Apprenticeship, Nor Cal. Surveyors, Nor Cal. Teamsters Apprenticeship, California Apprenticeship Coordinators Association Community Partners Sacramento Employment Training Agency (SETA), City of Sacramento Youth Development, Sacramento Area Commerce and Trade Org. (SACTO), Linking Education and Economic Development (LEED) Contractors California Department of Transportation (CalTrans), C.C. Myers Inc., Granite Construction, Teichert Construction, Associated General Contractors (AGC), Building Industry Association (BIA)

Apprenticeship Programs

Bricklayers & Stonemasons J.A.T.&E.C., Carpenters Training Committee Apprenticeship, Cement Masons, Nor. Cal. Laborers, Drywall/Lathers, Electricians, Ironworkers, Operating Engineers, Pile Drivers Apprenticeship, Nor Cal. Surveyors, Nor Cal. Teamsters Apprenticeship, California Apprenticeship Coordinators Association

Community Partners

Sacramento Employment Training Agency (SETA), City of Sacramento Youth Development, Sacramento Area Commerce and Trade Org. (SACTO), Linking Education and Economic Development (LEED)

Contractors

California Department of Transportation (CalTrans), C.C. Myers Inc., Granite Construction, Teichert Construction, Associated General Contractors (AGC), Building Industry Association (BIA)

Expected Impact: Create a Pre-Apprentice Pathway to Apprenticeship Design and implement a pre-apprenticeship program at ARC, including: Curriculum development Facilities Faculty preparation Student recruitment Student retention activities Apprenticeship presentation by coordinators Sequencing the ROP Orientation to Apprenticeship modules with college Infrastructure Pre-Apprenticeship program Recruit eligible students Workforce Innovation Partnership SB70 - Grant Award: $150,000

Expected Impact:

Create a Pre-Apprentice Pathway to Apprenticeship

Design and implement a pre-apprenticeship program at ARC, including:

Curriculum development

Facilities

Faculty preparation

Student recruitment

Student retention activities

Apprenticeship presentation by coordinators

Sequencing the ROP Orientation to Apprenticeship modules with college Infrastructure Pre-Apprenticeship program

Recruit eligible students

Expected Impact: Recruit Special Populations Individuals representing Special Populations will not be left out of the Apprenticeship Pipeline – Special Populations are defined as: Economically disadvantaged Single parents Displaced homemakers Individuals seeking non-traditional jobs Individuals with disabilities English Language Learners Out-of-school youth

Expected Impact:

Recruit Special Populations

Individuals representing Special Populations will not be left out of the Apprenticeship Pipeline – Special Populations are defined as:

Economically disadvantaged

Single parents

Displaced homemakers

Individuals seeking non-traditional jobs

Individuals with disabilities

English Language Learners

Out-of-school youth

Project STRIPE collaborates with Sacramento County Office of Education to disseminate information on model career exploration programs for 7 th and 8 th grade students via a regional curriculum fair STRIPE participates in a large regional Career Expo, providing apprenticeship and career exploration activities from the transportation infrastructure trades Coordinators make site visits to middle schools to demonstrate STRIPE- My Space page, showcasing careers in transportation infrastructure

Project STRIPE collaborates

with Sacramento County Office

of Education to disseminate information on

model career exploration programs for 7 th and

8 th grade students via a regional curriculum fair

STRIPE participates in a large regional

Career Expo, providing apprenticeship and

career exploration activities from the

transportation infrastructure trades

Coordinators make site visits to middle schools to demonstrate STRIPE- My Space page, showcasing careers in transportation infrastructure

20 -25 hours of contextual learning Pre-planned curriculum infused into existing ROP course curriculum Outline, lesson plans, projects, contacts, evaluations, teacher preparation Piloted for spring semester 2009 Available to any program anywhere in the state

20 -25 hours of contextual learning

Pre-planned curriculum infused into existing ROP course curriculum

Outline, lesson plans, projects, contacts, evaluations, teacher preparation

Piloted for spring semester 2009

Available to any program anywhere in the state

History and backgrounds of Unions in the U.S. Evolution of modern-day apprenticeship What are they How do they work Local apprentice programs locations, requirements and contact information Identify personal traits appropriate for apprenticeships OSHA Safety Certification Individual career pathway to the trades

History and backgrounds of Unions in the U.S.

Evolution of modern-day apprenticeship

What are they

How do they work

Local apprentice programs

locations, requirements and contact information

Identify personal traits appropriate for apprenticeships

OSHA Safety Certification

Individual career pathway to the trades

Introduction to OSHA Crane Operations Material Handling Welding and cutting Hand and power tools Scaffolds Walking working surfaces Excavations Stairways & ladders Fall prevention & protection Personal protective equipment Blood-borne pathogens Electrical safety Machine Guarding Hazardous Communications Preventing workplace violence Emergency action OSHA Certification 10-hour Construction Industry Sac County ROP

Introduction to OSHA

Crane Operations

Material Handling

Welding and cutting

Hand and power tools

Scaffolds

Walking working surfaces

Excavations

Stairways & ladders

Fall prevention & protection

Personal protective equipment

Blood-borne pathogens

Electrical safety

Machine Guarding

Hazardous Communications

Preventing workplace violence

Emergency action

8-9 week course – 8 units Three Themes of Study: (See Handout) Roads Bridges Levees/Rail Pre-apprenticeship students at American River College will be given priority on the enrollment list for apprenticeship openings

8-9 week course – 8 units

Three Themes of Study:

(See Handout)

Roads

Bridges

Levees/Rail

Pre-apprenticeship students at American River College will be given priority on the enrollment list for apprenticeship openings

Apprenticeship is formal occupational training that combines paid employment, on-the-job training and job related college level instruction. American River College apprenticeship instructors are college faculty; apprenticeship coursework earns college credit that can lead to an A.S. Degree. Infrastructure pre-apprenticeship promotes student success while building and meeting the state’s workforce needs.

Apprenticeship is formal

occupational training that combines paid employment, on-the-job training and job related college level instruction.

American River College apprenticeship instructors are college faculty; apprenticeship coursework earns college credit that can lead to an A.S. Degree.

Infrastructure pre-apprenticeship promotes student success while building and meeting the state’s workforce needs.

Often apprenticeship programs lose up to 50% of their apprentices in the first year. This is due to students not being adequately prepared for the workforce However, students completing pre-apprenticeship show increased retention and success in formal apprenticeship training American River College is the Local Education Agency for the following apprenticeship training programs: ● Carpenters ● Drywall/Lathers ● Sheet Metal Workers ● Iron Workers ● Electricians ● Work Experience for OE3

Often apprenticeship programs lose up to 50% of their apprentices in the first year. This is due to students not being adequately prepared for the workforce

However, students completing pre-apprenticeship show increased retention and success in formal apprenticeship training

American River College is the Local Education Agency for the following apprenticeship training programs:

● Carpenters ● Drywall/Lathers ● Sheet Metal Workers

● Iron Workers ● Electricians ● Work Experience for OE3

 

Carol Johnston [email_address] Linda Christopher-Miles [email_address] Mavis McAllister [email_address] STRIPE WEBSITE: http://arc.losrios.edu/stripe

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