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Resources

Southern Border Regional Plan

November 7th, 2016 Mission Valley Resort


The California Community Colleges Strong Workforce Task Force identified twenty five recommendations grouped under seven areas.  Those 25 recommendations are provided in this link:

25 Key Recommendations


Deep Sector Knowledge link developed by the Sector Navigators to assist with SWP program development decisions.

The following link is a resource for Deep Sector Knowledge: Growing your FTEs –>  GetTheJobDone.info


Labor Market Information for San Diego & Imperial Counties sorted by Sector, Release Date, and Title of Report, including General Labor Market Reports, can be found via the following link:

Labor Market Information database

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CTE Data Unlocked

Colleges need better information on student outcomes and labor market conditions to inform their CTE programs. CTE Data Unlocked, part of the Chancellor’s Office actions on the Strong Workforce Task Force recommendations, will help colleges find, understand, and use CTE data. By providing tools, training, technical assistance, and funding, CTE Data Unlocked will support the development of regional workforce plans, prepare for $200 million in new CTE funding that will be available in 2017, and strengthen local processes like program review, accreditation, and integrated planning.

Regional Power Point on LMI for SWP (contains links and screenshots of helpful resources)

COE Regional LMI Assessments

San Diego

Imperial

COE Top Middle-Skill Occupations in Demand

San Diego

Imperial 

Retrieve Your Own LMI Data

COE Demand and Supply Data tables  —->  request passcode HERE

More Regional Data and Reports

Centers of Excellence site

Statewide Library  (Select “San Diego/Imperial” in the filters)

SDIC Regional Consortium Program Recommendation Process


Doing What Matters  –>  Strategy for jobs and the economy is a four-pronged framework to respond to the call of our nation, state, and regions to close the skills gap.

The four prongs are:

Link to review the Questions & Answers on the Statewide Strong Workforce website