TILG Quarterly Meeting – September 20, 2018
- September 20, 2018
8:45 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for an update on all of the latest happenings with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP). Presented by the OFCCP’s Southeast Regional Director, Sam Maiden, topics to be covered include the OFCCP’s 2018 Directives: Pre Determination Notice (PDN), Tricare moratorium, Focused Reviews, Analysis of Compensation, and Affirmative Action Program Verification Initiative. Also included in the discussion is the agency’s four goals which are:
1. Contractor Recognition Programs
2. Compliance Assistance Initiative
3. Use of Apprenticeship Programs
4. Transparency, Cooperation and Communication
Sam Maiden began his career with OFCCP as a compliance officer in the Miami area office. Throughout his career with OFCCP, Sam has served in various leadership positions; including, his tenure as the deputy regional director for the Northeast Region. Sam has also served a detail as a senior advisor to the national office policy division director, as the director of program operations for the Southeast Region and as an assistant district director for the Charlotte, North Carolina district office. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer in rural Haiti and has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Apprenticeship Programs – From Concept to Implementation in Five Steps!
Apprenticeship programs are an effective method to train current and new workers while they are also productive in your organization. Participants in this webinar will learn how to determine if an apprenticeship program is appropriate for a specific job, be able to describe the apprenticeship program development and implementation process, understand how to create applicable program learning objectives, determine program length and outcomes, generate apprenticeship standards, and determine the most appropriate program registration method for your needs. The presenter will also provide tips to working with the US Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship and their related State agencies.
A. What is an Apprenticeship Program?
B. What jobs are Apprentice-able?
C. Creating and Implementing an Apprenticeship Program
1. Defining Occupations
2. Producing Apprenticeship Standards
3. Creating and Implementing a Training Plan
4. Registering Apprenticeship Programs with the Office of Apprenticeship
5. Selecting Apprentices and Starting the Program
D. Getting Started
Ken Mall is Managing Director, Workforce Consulting at Educational Data Systems, Inc. (EDSI). He has more than 25 years of leadership experience working with top-tier companies, labor organizations and government agencies identifying the skill needs of their workforce, and developing and implementing solutions to meet those needs. His vision and expertise in workforce development has helped organizations with notable growth in the technical skills of their skilled workers. Ken has been involved with many industry sector related training projects across the country including several joint labor/management projects.
In 2007, Ken was appointed to Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell’s Sustainable Infrastructure Task Force which was charged with analyzing workforce development issues, among many other issues, related to sustaining Pennsylvania’s water and sewer infrastructure.