Regional Program Recommendations
1. New program development begins with a needs assessment, which includes a labor market demand and supply analysis from the Center of Excellence for Labor Market Research (COE) as the primary data source. To begin that process, request labor market information (LMI) from the COE using the following steps:
- Notify the Career Education Dean at your campus before making an LMI request. (See a list of current CE Deans below.)
- Check if an existing labor market brief has already been produced for the occupation(s) your proposed program will train for.
- If no existing labor market brief exists, then submit an online LMI request form.
- When submitting an LMI request, please include as much information as possible, including the program TOP code and occupational title(s).
Important Information About LMI Requests
- Submitting an LMI request means that the request is pending. The COE may have follow-up questions regarding the request, so please provide contact information of the person who can help clarify or elaborate in the request form.
- Due to multiple data requests that the COE receives, the COE asks for a minimum of 30 business days to turnaround one report. If the requester asks for more than one report (e.g., data for more than one occupation), then the turnaround time may be longer.
- If the COE does not endorse the requested program, alternative evidence of a labor market demand and supply analysis can be submitted, such as an employer endorsement letter. (A template can be found here.)
Current Career Education Deans
- Cuyamaca: Larry McLemore ([email protected])
- Grossmont: Javier Ayala ([email protected])
- Southwestern: Jennifer Lewis ([email protected])
- Imperial Valley: Efrain Silva ([email protected])
- Palomar: Margie Fritch ([email protected])
- City: Randy Barnes ([email protected])
- Mesa: Danene Brown ([email protected])
- Miramar: Jesse Lopez ([email protected])
- MiraCosta: Al Taccone ([email protected])
2. Programs must be submitted to https://www.regionalcte.org/ two weeks before the next Deans’ Council.
3. At the regularly scheduled Deans’ Council meeting (usually the second Friday of each month), programs for recommendation will be placed on the agenda for open discussion and vote.
The following CE programs have been recommended by the San Diego-Imperial Deans’ Council
Updated on 3/12/2019
The following CE Programs are going through – or have been through – the Curriculum Program Regional Recommendation Process
The following CE programs have been Recommended by the San Diego-Imperial Workforce Development Council and Approved through the Chancellor.