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WorkforceGPS offers public workforce system stakeholders a place to find great resources and take advantage of many online learning opportunities.  You do not have to register to use WorkforceGPS, but signing up for a free account and creating a profile unlocks all of the perks of the site; your Workforce3One login will not work on WorkforceGPS. https://ion.workforcegps.org/

The Department of Labor (DOL), in coordination with the U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Health and Human Services (HHS), has worked to prepare everyone for the implementation of WIOA. The WIOA Resource Page provides information and resources for States, local areas, non-profits and other grantees, and other stakeholders to assist with implementation of the Act. This page is updated to reflect newly developed materials, including responses to frequently asked questions. https://www.doleta.gov/wioa/

Casper Opportunity Youth

The Casper Area Opportunity Youth Collaborative was established to improve the delivery of services to Casper's youth. Wyoming state leaders were also interested in conducting this Project as a pilot that could be replicated across the state. The Casper area (Natrona County) has a population of approximately 82,000. The population of youth between the ages of 16 and 24 is approximately 10,000. Within that population, there were 79 teen births in 2016; the graduation rate was approximately 79.3%; free or reduced-cost lunches were served to approximately 38% or 189 students. It was also estimated that there were 214 out of home placements and 150 juvenile arrests based on 2016 figures.  To read the full report please click here.

Occupational Frameworks for Apprenticeships

As companies look to find workers with the necessary skills for employment, Urban Institute researchers—in collaboration with industry experts and the U.S. Department of Labor—have developed an initial set of competency-based occupational frameworks for apprenticeships, with more to be released this fall. 

These frameworks are templates that employers and their partners can use to create apprenticeship programs in their communities. Each of the frameworks – transmission line workers, medical assistants, cybersecurity support technicians, and seven other occupations – emphasize “learning by doing,” along with classroom instruction to ensure that apprentices can demonstrate competency on the job. Each also identifies and describes specific occupations and draws on industry consultations to establish appropriate job functions, occupational and cross-cutting competencies, and related instructional plans.

To read more about these competency-based frameworks to expand apprenticeships, you can click here.

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