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Gulf Coast Workforce Development Initiative. Tim Horst Program Manager October 6, 2006. Overview. A. O. Smith Corporation ABB Inc. Abbott Laboratories Accenture Ltd. Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. AK Steel Corporation Alcoa Inc. Allison, Jr., Herbert M. Allstate Insurance Company
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Inlet Coast Workforce Development Initiative Tim Horst Program Manager October 6, 2006

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A. O. Smith Corporation ABB Inc. Abbott Laboratories Accenture Ltd. Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. AK Steel Corporation Alcoa Inc. Allison, Jr., Herbert M. Allstate Insurance Company ALLTEL Corporation American Electric Power Company, Inc. American Express Company American International Group, Inc. Ameriprise Financial Amgen Inc. Applera Corporation Arch Coal, Inc. Bowman Daniels Midland Company ArvinMeritor, Inc. Ashland Inc. AutoZone, Inc. Baxter International Inc. Bechtel Group, Inc. BNSF Railway Company Boeing Company BP America Inc. Edge\'s Company Carlson Companies, Inc. Case New Holland Inc. Caterpillar Inc. Cendant Corporation Ceridian Corporation Chevron Corporation Chubb Corporation CIGNA Corporation Cinergy Corp. Citigroup, Inc. CNF Inc. Coca-Cola Company Computer Sciences Corporation ConocoPhillips Convergys Corporation Corning Incorporated Crane Co. CSX Corporation Cummins Inc. DaimlerChrysler Corporation Dana Corporation Deere & Company Deloitte & Touche USA LLP Delphi Corporation Dow Chemical Company Duke Energy Corporation DuPont Eastman Chemical Company Eastman Kodak Company Eaton Corporation EDS Eli Lilly and Company EMC Corporation Engelhard Corporation Equity Office Properties Trust Ernst & Young, L.L.P. Exxon Mobil Corporation Fannie Mae FedEx Corporation Fisher Scientific Int\'l., Inc. Fluor Corporation FMC Corporation Ford Motor Company FPL Group, Inc. General Electric Company General Mills, Inc. General Motors Corporation Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. Goodrich Corporation Hartford Financial Services Group HCA Inc. Business Roundtable Members Hewlett-Packard Company Home Depot, Inc. Honeywell International, Inc. HSBC - North AmericaHumana Inc. IBM Corporation Ingersoll-Rand Company International Paper Company International Textile Group ITT Industries, Inc. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Johnson Controls, Inc. Kerr-McGee Corporation KPMG LLP Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. Freedom Mutual Group Lockheed Martin Corporation Marsh & McLennan Companies McGraw-Hill Companies MeadWestvaco Corporation Medco Health Solutions, Inc. Merck & Co., Inc. Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc. Metropolitan Life Insurance Morgan Stanley Motorola, Inc. Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. National Gypsum Company Nationwide Navistar International Corporation New York Life Insurance Company Norfolk Southern Corporation Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Nucor Corporation Office Depot, Inc. Owens Corning Pactiv Corporation Peabody Energy Corporation Pfizer Inc PPG Industries, Inc. Praxair, Inc. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Principal Financial Group Procter & Gamble Company Prudential Financial Rockwell Automation, Inc. Ryder System, Inc. SAP America, Inc. Sara Lee Corporation SAS Institute Inc. Schering-Plow Corporation Schneider National, Inc. ServiceMaster Company Siemens Corporation Southern Company Springs Industries, Inc. Sprint Nextel St. Paul Travelers Companies, Inc. State Farm Insurance Companies Sun Chemical Corporation Sun Microsystems Tenneco Automotive Incorporated Texas Instruments Incorporated Textron Incorporated TIAA-CREF Tyco International Ltd. Tyson Foods, Inc. Union Pacific Corporation United Technologies Corporation Verizon Communications W.W. Grainger, Inc Washington Group International, Inc. Squander Management, Inc. Western & Southern Financial Group Weyerhaeuser Company Whirlpool Corporation Williams Companies, Inc. Wyeth Corporation Xerox Corporation YRC Worldwide Inc.

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Unprecedented Damage

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Clean-up Still On-Going

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Post-Katrina: Overriding Concerns Unprecedented necessities 5.9 million individuals influenced; 19% underneath the destitution line 302,000 lodging units demolished or severely harmed Limited neighborhood remaking capacity Shortage of qualified development laborers even before Katrina Alignment between government, contractual workers, and office proprietors to: Strengthen nearby abilities and business capacity Speed reproduction Ensure long haul recuperation and development

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Regional Craft Shortages ("request")

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How Big a Shortage? 10,000? 20,000? 50,000? 100,000? 200,000? At the point when Will it Hit? December \'06? Walk \'07 June \'07 Or, is it effectively here? Create Shortages

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Mitigation Strategies Letters of plan marked with neighborhood contractual workers Contractor duty to supply key venture colleagues and 1/3 to 1/2 of its typical art workforce for forthcoming work Aggressive nearby enrolling and preparing programs Compensate learners while in preparing Accelerated abilities particular preparing Craft enlistment and maintenance motivators Sign-on reward Job consummation reward Enhanced specialty benefits (routine set of expenses, gas cash, migration benefits)

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Construction Industry Experience Thousands of indigenous individuals prepared every year in development exchanges and administration around the globe Marathon/Bechtel Training Center in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, 2005

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Why Train? Imagine a scenario where we don\'t do anything and let the issue settle itself.

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Key Components of a Successful Program Public-Private organization between governments, proprietors, and temporary workers Maximize neighborhood enlisting Train nearby workforce in the aptitudes required for recreation Adjust the arrangement as conditions change

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Facility Owner Interests Re-fabricate harmed offices Train specialists Employee lodging Help neighborhood economy Among affected Business Roundtable part proprietors : Air Products American Express BP CNF CSX Chevron Exxon Mobil International Paper JP Morgan Chase National Gypsum Norfolk Southern Procter & Gamble Schneider National Southern Company Yellow Roadway

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Initiative Vision Support country\'s objective to re-develop ranges crushed by Hurricane Katrina Provide significant occupation and vocation open doors for nearby inhabitants Assist individuals who have been dislodged as an aftereffect of the storm to come back to their home areas Attract extra qualified laborers into the development business Manage the exertion like a venture Initiative Goal : Up to 20,000 uprooted as well as hindered laborers prepared to at any rate disciple level before the end of 2009, actualized by means of open private association

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Business Roundtable Request for Support

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Construction Industry Roundtable Request for Support

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AIG A.O. Smith Accenture Air Products and Chemicals American Electric Power (AEP) American Express Associated Builders & Contractors Associated General Contractors BE&K Bechtel Corporation Business Roundtable Chevron Corporation Dow Chemical Co. Duke Energy Corporation DuPont ExxonMobil Fannie Mae FedEx Fisher Scientific International General Electric JPMorgan Chase McKesson NCCER National Gypsum (CD Spangler Foundation) PB Foundation (Parsons Brinckerhoff) Pfizer Inc. Rohm and Haas Company Shaw Group Sprint Foundation (Sprint Nextel) St. Paul Travelers Companies Washington Group Int\'l Xerox Contribution Commitments Additional commitments pending interior endorsements

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Training Project Use existing industry-standard preparing educational programs, procedures and offices to convey preparing NCCER preparing educational programs ABC preparing schools Local junior colleges Building exchanges preparing focuses Only prepare specialists for genuine occupations as asked for by contractual workers Provide focused on advertising and correspondences to bolster enrollment Use government supported grants and gives Small, burdened firms Local employing

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Organizations American Association of Community Colleges Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) and nearby sections Associated General Contractors (AGC) of America and neighborhood parts Building and Construction Trades Department, AFL-CIO and its offshoots National Construction Alliance (NCA) Business Roundtable Construction Industry Roundtable (CIRT) Construction Users Roundtable (CURT) Department of Labor Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance (GBRIA) Home Builders Institute Louisiana Department of Labor Louisiana Technical and Community College System Louisiana Recovery Authority Louisiana Office of the Workforce Commission Lake Area Industry Alliance Mississippi Construction Education Foundation Mississippi Department of Employment Security Mississippi Development Authority Mississippi Governor\'s Office of Recovery & Renewal Mississippi State Board for Community & Junior Colleges National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) National Petrochemical and Refiners Association (NPRA) Office of the Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Rebuilding

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Project Focus Areas Owner organization correspondences Organized work and union development organization interchanges Federal and state government correspondences, engagement and campaigning Open-shop and Merit-shop development organization correspondences Training program models and oversight Recruitment and focused on promoting Project back

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Project Organization Chart Partnering with Recognized Industry Associations

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Project Staffing Plan Peak Staffing in 2006

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Work Process Public-Private association to address the issue and create arrangements Targeted advertising & enrollment to convey: The issue The vocation openings in development How to get to occupation preparing for genuine occupations Leverage momentum elected and state programs Partner with other industry wide workforce preparing activities to convey one arrangement

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Recruitment and Assessment Pre-Training Skills Assessment Multiple Outreach & Targeting Marketing Tools

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Training & Hiring Contractor Interviews & Employment Offers subsequent to Training Contractor Input on Open Positions

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Initiative Plan Training paced to meet neighborhood re-development requests Leverage existing government programs US

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