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TOP 6 | Office Technology/Office Computer Applications (051400) Download LMI Worksheet

Aims
  • To improve Strong Workforce Metric(s)
Metrics Projections
Enrollments   1104 1110 1115
Successes
Completions   51 54 58
Transfers  
Employment
2nd Quarter Employment  
4th Quarter Employment  
Employed in Field of Study  
Earnings
2nd Quarter Earnings  
Median Change in Earnings  
Proportion Making Living Wage  
Narrative

Pathway will be enriched through an institutionalized process that ensures programs are meeting student needs and are impacting the regional economy.
1. Industry engagement - Industry will be engaged to evaluate the programs’ alignment with industry needs. Faculty will participate in the regional industry advisories being developed as part of the LA Region’s Strong Workforce Program, and LATTC will increase direct industry engagement with employers. This will include working with industry intermediaries, such as the LA Area Chamber, industry associations, labor, economic development agencies, such as LAEDC, and workforce, including City & County WIBs. Funds will be used to host/co-host industry events, attend industry conferences, symposia and events and related expenses. Industry engagement will result in the identification of the needs of industry for training, alignment of curriculum to skills needed in the workforce and gaps in the training/education pipeline.
2. Enhanced and enriched curriculum and equipment – Based on this analysis, in partnership with business and industry, the immediate & most critical needs for program enhancement and equipment upgrades will be addressed in Year 1, with the focus on planning and adequately equipping the programs of study, with some curriculum developed in areas prioritized by industry or the college partners. Plans for Years 2 & 3, which will focus on the curriculum enhancement and new program development will be planned and vetted by all partners. Funds will be used for equipment upgrades to meet industry standards, curriculum enrichment and alignment, new program development and other identified needs.
Addresses the following Strong Workforce Recommendations:
7. Evaluate, strengthen, and revise the curriculum development process to ensure alignment from education to employment
20. Develop robust connections between community colleges, business and industry representatives, labor and other regional workforce development partners to align college programs with regional and industry needs and provide support for CTE

TOP 6 | Computer Information Systems (070200) Download LMI Worksheet

Aims
  • To improve Strong Workforce Metric(s)
Metrics Projections
Enrollments   1063 1065 1068
Successes
Completions   11 13 15
Transfers  
Employment
2nd Quarter Employment  
4th Quarter Employment  
Employed in Field of Study  
Earnings
2nd Quarter Earnings  
Median Change in Earnings  
Proportion Making Living Wage  
Narrative

Pathway will be enriched through an institutionalized process that ensures programs are meeting student needs and are impacting the regional economy.
1. Industry engagement - Industry will be engaged to evaluate the programs’ alignment with industry needs. Faculty will participate in the regional industry advisories being developed as part of the LA Region’s Strong Workforce Program, and LATTC will increase direct industry engagement with employers. This will include working with industry intermediaries, such as the LA Area Chamber, industry associations, labor, economic development agencies, such as LAEDC, and workforce, including City & County WIBs. Funds will be used to host/co-host industry events, attend industry conferences, symposia and events and related expenses. Industry engagement will result in the identification of the needs of industry for training, alignment of curriculum to skills needed in the workforce and gaps in the training/education pipeline.
2. Enhanced and enriched curriculum and equipment – Based on this analysis, in partnership with business and industry, the immediate & most critical needs for program enhancement and equipment upgrades will be addressed in Year 1, with the focus on planning and adequately equipping the programs of study, with some curriculum developed in areas prioritized by industry or the college partners. Plans for Years 2 & 3, which will focus on the curriculum enhancement and new program development will be planned and vetted by all partners. Funds will be used for equipment upgrades to meet industry standards, curriculum enrichment and alignment, new program development and other identified needs.
Addresses the following Strong Workforce Recommendations:
7. Evaluate, strengthen, and revise the curriculum development process to ensure alignment from education to employment
20. Develop robust connections between community colleges, business and industry representatives, labor and other regional workforce development partners to align college programs with regional and industry needs and provide support for CTE

Budget

CTE Program Budget Detail Sheet

1000 Instructional Salaries $20,000
2000 Non-Instructional Salaries $20,000
3000 Employee Benefits $12,000
4000 Supplies and Materials $35,120
5000 Other Operating Expenses and Services $10,000
6000 Capital Outlay $20,000
7000 Other Outgo $0
  Total Direct Costs $117,120
  Total Indirect Costs $4,685
  Total Program Costs $121,805
Plan Certification

This Plan Has Been Reviewed and Approved By

Lucia F. Robles

Dean of CTE/Workforce Developmen