Workforce Education Conference
Best Practices for Workforce Program Development Using Labor Market Data
The workforce development process includes collaboration with local & regional businesses, national industry standards, credit and continuing education. Successful new workforce programs are developed based on labor market data and industry input.
During this one day conference, Lone Star College and participants will share best practices for the development of new workforce programs.
Richard Froeschle, Texas Workforce Commission
Director, Labor Market and Career Information Office
Topic: The Changing Face of the Texas Economy
Dr. Garry Tomerlin, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Community and Technical Colleges in the Division of Workforce, Academic Affairs and Research
Topic: Programs of Study
Kelly Bailey, Burning Glass Technologies, Education and Career Advancement Services
Director, Partnerships and Alliances
Topic: Labor Market Analytics
Linda Head, Lone Star College
Associate Vice Chancellor, Workforce Education & Corporate Partnerships
Topic: Workforce Program Development Process
(Sponsored Registration is free of charge, registration that requires prior approval)
Friday, February 21, 2014
8 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Lone Star College System Office
Lone Star Community Building
5000 Research Forest Dr.
The Woodlands, TX 77381