Industrial and Technical Education Collaborative

Meeting Agendas

Perkins Industrial and Technical Education Statewide Advisory Committee

Meeting Agenda   May 16, 2013    11:00AM to 12:30 PM

Meeting to be Conducted via CCCConfer Teleconference

 

11:00 AM        Welcome and Introductions- Chair

                        • Review and approval of agenda

11:10 AM        Sub-Committee Industry Partner Reports- sub-committee chairs will review new/ additional industry input, and provide draft summary of industry partner input and recommendations for inclusion in the final Advisory Committee quarterly report.

                        • Construction- William Elarton

                        • Manufacturing- Marshall Gartenlaub

                        • Transportation- Steve Tomory

11:30 AM        Chancellor’s Office Report- Paul Barth

                        • Current update from the Chancellor’s Office

                       

11:45 AM        OSHA Construction and General Industry Outreach Train-the Trainer workshops Update- Dirk Van Stralen

11:55 AM        California Legislative Updates- Bob Barkhouse & others

12:05 PM        Open Discussion: Advisory Committee Industry/Educational Partner CTE program and/or process funding recommendations that will enhance the relevance of vocational and technical education to the workplace.

                        This input is a significant reason for the existence of this advisory group, so please seek out input from both our industry partners and other educators at your college and be ready to share this information at the meeting. This will be the last meeting of this Advisory Committee, so please plan to share this information with the group. Your suggestions will be included in this advisory committee’s final report.

12:30 PM        Adjourn meeting/ thank you to all members for your support

NOTES:         

1.) The meeting is scheduled to start at 11AM and conclude at 12:30PM. We have been given a two hour window with CCCConfer starting at 11AM, just in case the meeting should go past 12:20 PM

2.) This meeting will be conducted via CCCConfer teleconference. The following is specific information on how to log into/ join the meeting utilizing the CCC Call Confer teleconference system.

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This Perkins 1B ITE Advisory Committee meeting, contract #12-0382, is funded in part by the Chancellor’s Office, California Community Colleges

                       

The meeting was opened by Dirk Van Stralen at 11:03am.

 

Paul Barth provided an update on the changes to Perkins 1B funding, effective July 1, 2013.  Funds have been “braided” into Sector Navigator grants.  Chancellor’s Office Monitors duties will also change under the new structure.  Sectors will be identifying which CTE programs will be included/organized under each Sector Navigator.  Technical assistance grants, funded by Perkins 1B, will also fill in gaps within and between the Sector Navigators (e.g. Special Populations). These grants, offered at $100,000, will be released in June.     Paul will be working on a transition plan to connect existing resources to the new Sector Navigators.

 

Subcommittee Reports:

·         Marshall Gartenlaub reported on the manufacturing subcommittee work.  A consolidated list of all the reports recently produced on Advanced Manufacturing has been prepared and disseminated.  Historically, the U.S. produced more exports vs. imports; however this trend has weakened.  Key findings encourage the adoption of project based learning that incorporates key sets relevant to employers (21st Century Skills) at the high school and college level.  Dirk asked for attendees to email recommendations and comments to him, which may be included in the final report to the Chancellor’s Office.

·         Steve Tomory reported on the transportation subcommittee work.  The San Gabriel Valley and the City of Hope will be hosting a workshop, targeting small businesses, on what to expect for the healthcare reform act changes and the affects on new employment (valleyconnect.com).  Transportation employment is picking up, but finding qualified workers (job ready skills) has been a challenge.  Steve participated in working with CDE on writing the new CTE model curriculum standards, which align with the Common Core State Standards.  He encouraged participants to become familiar with the new standards, which are more applied and CTE-oriented, and how their postsecondary CTE programs could complement/align/articulate (cde.ca.gov/ci/ct/sf/ctemcstandards).   Changes to diesel engines, required by the California Air Resources Board and the Federal Hwy Transportation agency, are approaching, requiring retro-fitting an existing engine (not cost-effective) or purchasing new equipment.  The requirements affect trucks, trains, off-road equipment located in-state and coming in from out of state.  John Chocholak mentioned that out-of-compliance engines can be repurposed for education use, which may be an opportunity for CTE programs. 

·         Bill Elarton sent Mr. Van Stralen a written report. Business activity, including solar installation, has grown recently.  Jobs in the high speed rail, infrastructure projects are growing.

 

Dirk Van Stralen communicated the OSHA Construction training opportunity at Long Beach City College in June 10-13, and June 17-20.  He encouraged members to share the professional development training with colleges and faculty.

 

Bob Barkhouse provided a legislative update.  In committee: AB708 and SB45 “Leroy Greene Facilities Act”.  Suspense file: SB524 (pathways curriculum task force), SB594 (career pathways investment), SB660 (CTE funding).  John Chocholak reported on ROP teachers losing their jobs and programs being closed (not meeting minimum quals/credentials) and programs are being transitioned into existing secondary CTE programs).  ROPs are pulling back, getting ready to close programs across the state as funding is reduced/in jeopardy of losing funding.  Community colleges do not have the capacity to add sections or develop new programs to fill this gap.  Marshall Gartenlaub asked that the committee encourage the Governor and the legislature to keep categorical funding in place to support CTE programs.  John also encouraged the Chancellor’s Office to support these efforts as well.

 

Open Discussion: Future Action & Funding Recommendations

·         Bill Elarton – funding does not support existing programs nor allow for emerging fields. There is an inability to track graduates. Third party certifications are good. Act on advice, don’t just listen.

·         Bob Barkhouse – convene a CTE group this summer for a one-day workshop to identify statewide challenges and gaps in strengthening and maintaining CTE programs (secondary and postsecondary), in partnership with CITEA, CCCCO, CDE.

·         Steve Tomory - it is imperative that colleges contact the appropriate Sector Navigator and the Deputy Sector Navigator in their region, and the Regional Consortia to initiate collaborative efforts.  There are 11 sectors identified for EWD funding.

·         Dirk Van Stralen – will be meeting with the new Sector Navigators (Manufacturing, Transportation, Energy) to discuss transitions. He invited advisory committee members to join him.

·         Marshall Gartenlaub – 3rd party industry credentials need to be evaluated as to relevance to industry/employers, how those credentials correlate to academic programs (and TOP Codes), and if colleges would want to adopt a selected group of credentials in their degree and certificate programs.  There are hundreds of credentials within any one sector, some good and not-so-good; valued/not valued by industry. 

·         Ken Eaves – Barstow College has established the CCCC system as a training provider to the NCCR certification system. Many employers are requiring this certification. Connections from the secondary to postsecondary in CTE construction programs can be strengthened using their curriculum and faculty certification process. Includes 60 different trades.

·         Have the Sector Navigators review these recommendations.

 

The meeting was adjourned by Dirk Van Stralen at 12:32 pm.



 

 

Perkins Industrial and Technical Education Statewide Advisory Committee

Meeting Agenda   March 1, 2013    11:00AM to 3:00 PM

Sacramento City College, Technology Building Room T-105

3835 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95822

 

11:00 AM        Welcome and Introductions- Chair

                        • Review and approval of agenda

 

11:10 AM        Sub-Committee Industry Partner Reports- sub-committee chairs will review new/ additional industry input, and provide draft summary of industry partner input and recommendations for inclusion in the next Advisory Committee quarterly report.

                        • Construction- William Elarton

                        • Manufacturing- Marshall Gartenlaub

                        • Transportation- Steve Tomory

 

11:35 AM        Chancellor’s Office Report- Paul Barth

                        • Current update from the Chancellor’s Office

                        • Update on Perkins Grant funding/ current RFA’s

 

11:50 AM        Initial group discussion on current grant year’s OSHA Outreach Train-the Trainer workshops. At the last meeting the group decided to conduct both OSHA Construction Outreach Training and OSHA General Industry Outreach Training during the first part of June 2013. We currently plan to run both two week training sessions at separate Southern California locations on the same dates. We need to finalize dates and locations.

 

12:00 Noon to 12:50 PM        Networking Lunch

                       

12:50 PM        Conclusion of group discussion re: OSHA training

 

1:15 PM          California Legislative Updates- Bob Barkhouse & others

 

1:25 PM          Update on Activities/Webinars to better serve special population students: Laurie Harrison

 

1:35 PM          Update on planned Training Activities/Webinars: Ken Eaves, William Elarton, Dirk Van Stralen

 

1:45 PM          Open Forum for new items and information you would like to share with the group.

 

2:00 PM          Overview and brief look at the content of a CCC Confer webinar scheduled for March 8, 2013: “Supporting and Working with student veterans in the classroom: Toolkit for faculty and staff”. This presentation will be made by Catherine Morris, Veterans Counselor, Sierra  College. Log on information will be sent with an announcement of the webinar later this week.

 

2:15 PM          Review of this committee’s funding recommendations to enhance the relevance of vocational and technical education to the workplace shown in last years final report, and Group Discussion of Advisory Committee member current input re: gaps in CTE program funding/ funding recommendations that will enhance the relevance of vocational and technical education to the workplace.

                       

                        This input is a significant reason for the existence of this advisory group, so please seek out input from both our industry partners and other educators at your college and be ready to share this information at the meeting. This will be the last face to face meeting of this Advisory Committee, so please plan to share this information with the group.

                       

2:50 PM          Schedule next meeting: the next meeting will be a CCC Confer teleconference based meeting.

 

3:00 PM          Adjourn meeting

 

NOTES:         

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240


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2.) Reminder, maximum travel reimbursement is $350.00.

 

3.) Driving directions from Sacramento Airport: best access is via Highway 99 south to Sutterville Rd west.

 

You can also access the campus driving south on I-5… take the Sutterville Exit. Turn left (east) at the top of the ramp. Go east about one mile to Freeport Blvd. Turn left and go north one block. Turn right on Sutterville Road and Sacramento City Colleges main entrance will be on the left.

 

4.) Parking directions: Attached is a Sacramento City College campus map, for parking and meeting location marked with yellow sticky note identifiers. (click on each of the yellow notes). Shown is the Technology Building and closest staff parking lot. Attached also is a parking permit you can print out and place on your dashboard as instructed on the permit

 

  5.) Your Sacramento City College host is Melvin Duvall. If you have additional questions about finding the college don’t hesitate to call Mel @. Office: 916 558 2516 or his Administrative Assistant Andi Parra @ 916 558 2491.

 

This Perkins 1B ITE Advisory Committee meeting, contract #12-0382, is funded in part by the Chancellor’s Office, California Community Colleges

 

Meeting Notes: 3-1-13 

On phone:  Steve Tomory,  Emma Sanchez,  Ken Eaves , Wayne Oleson

In room:  Dirk Van Stralen, Mel Duval, Paul Barth, Bill Ellerton, Laurie Harrison, Bob Barkhurst, Larry Sumpski, David Thomas San Joaquin Delta, Rick Ida Sac City College.  All introduced selves and told what was new in their areas.

 

Transportation Sector Industry Report – Steve Tomory

Bureau of Auto Repair Star programs now in effect will affect SMOG training.

Star program rates shops and technicians.

 Educational advisory board reinstated.

 Asking for more input from industry and education to cut down on fraud and have the customer have a better experience.

 Small shops struggling or whether to stay in business because of potential health insurance issues.

 From John Chocolak : concerned that apprenticeships going to CCC without funding.  Paul Barth indicated it is only a proposal, may or may not happen.

 Bob Barkhurst:  Assemblyman Logue (Butte, Yuba, Sutter, etc. area), champion of small business in CA, authored bill that says shops can’t be immediately shut down or fined when Bureau of Automotive affairs finds a problem.  Must give a 30-day waiting period.

 Dirk solicited input re when we should have OSHA training.  Steve votes week of June 10 and 17.  Steve commented that if the advisory group continues, we need to work on helping industry to understand education and that things do move slowly.

 

Rick Ida said to bring issues to regional consortia which will bring things to Chancellor’s office.

 Construction Subcommittee Report – Bill Ellerton

Much work on greening construction programs.

 Issue of national standards, but different in CA.

Utility people need fleet service auto people. Employers don’t require certificates but those with them are the ones who get the job.  Must go in at entry level but move up quickly.  Need entry level people. 

Really want to get women into nontrad. Jobs.  Women veterans will be a good source. 

Weather Assistance Programs (WAP) big.  Sierra club on board.  Inexpensive way to save.

LED Safe weatherization. Working on getting a CC as a Renovate, Repair, and Painting (RRP) certified provider.  EPA is apparently going to be very strict about this.  More demand for RRP training.  Good idea to treat it as community ed or “contract ed”.  Be careful that short term classes don’t supplant the long term fully developed programs.

 Interstate renewable energy council (IREC). 

 Nccer approval.  Contact Ken at  Keaves@barstow.edu 

Paul Barth

Perkins IV – IC (money that goes to the college training programs) cut by 8-10%.  Perkins had outcome measures.  EWD and SB70 did not.  Now mandated that must work together. 

Data group to study how to coordinate.  Track from HS through CC through employment

 EWD and SB1070 will fund sector navigators n=10, and deputy regional sectors       

Perkins IB will b used to fund regional consortias, and TA Grants.  In the past funded  Collaboratives and Advisory Committees which are now going away as such.  Each sector navigator grant will have about 150K to do the AC role.  Sector navigators should take advantage of collaborative knowledge. i.e. New awardees must pick up the intellectual properties of current collabs – web sites, etc.

 Perkins V will be outcome based.  Measures will be core indicators.

 TA grants from Perkins funds will fund the training areas that are not in the 10 sector navigator grants. One year in length with a possibility of renewal. Must have an outcome.   Probably will do professional development in the training area and Best practices training.  Approx 95K each.  Number unknown.

 

EWD is going to fund new Deputy sector navigators to replace the regional centers.  Each region picked top 3 from among the 10.  Connect industry to the colleges.

 Regional consortia now must make sure students succeed. 

 Don’t want advisory committees for a training area at every college.  Want to combine regionally – or the regions within a consortia area.  (NFN has 4 sub regions.)

 EWD and SB1070 will now be student success based, not industry based.

 Deputy sector navigators will be in the areas each region selected.  Will be competitive within each region.  Approx 150K.  Approx 60 funded.

 4 centers of excellence will be funded.  Use them for data gathering.

Now some EWD people know nothing about colleges, only industry.  Goal of the new system is to bring colleges and industry together.

 

Veterans Presentation

Catherine Morris, Veterans counselor at Sierra College.  Webinar next Fri 3-8-13

Catherine@SierraCollege.edu,  Eric@VeteransCadre.org (Eric does peer mentoring)

 Manufacturing Presentation by Gartenlaub

 Special Pops.  Presentation by Harrison

Special pops collaborative and TI collaborative have “collaborated.” 

 New Brochure:  Make a Difference for Nontraditional Students.  Tools and Tips for Educators.  Pass out.  Barth:  Recommend that every collage counseling office have multiple copies.  Is on website.  Can request from Laurie.

 Legislative update.  Barkhurst

 OSHA training

At Long Beach (construction) and San Bernardino (general industry)

June 10, 11, 12, 13 and June 17, 18, 19, 20.

 Most of interest is in south. 

Next Meeting 

May 16.  11:00 – 1:00 bring own lunch

Potential video conference.  Try to bring in the new sector navigators.

  

Perkins Industrial and Technical Education Statewide Advisory Committee

Meeting Agenda (Revised)     November 2, 2012      10:30AM to 2:30 PM

Chaffey College IT Center, 13170 7th Street, Chino, CA 91710

 

10:30 AM        Welcome and Introductions- Chair

                        • Review and approval of agenda 

10:40 AM        Sub-Committee Industry Partner Reports- sub-committee chairs will review new/ additional industry input, and provide draft summary of industry partner input and recommendations for inclusion in the next Advisory Committee quarterly report.

                        • Construction- William Elarton

                        • Manufacturing- Marshall Gartenlaub

                        • Transportation- Steve Tomory 

11:00 AM        Chancellor’s Office Report- Barry Noonan

                        • Current information from the Chancellor’s Office                       

11:10 AM        Perkins Data Analysis Update/ Interpretation & Significance to college programs- Carol Pepper-Kittredge 

11:20 AM          Update on planned Faculty Training Webinar Series: Ken Eaves

                          Update on CCCAOE Veterans presentation & planned “Better Serving

                         Veterans” Webinar: Dirk Van Stralen

 11:25 AM        Update on CCCAOE special populations presentation & planned activities to serve special population students: Carol Pepper-Kittredge, Laurie Harrison, Alexandra Torres-Galancid

 11:40 AM        Update on ITE Statewide Collaborative activities and group discussion on desired focus and timing for the current grant year’s OSHA Outreach Train-the Trainer workshops. The questions to be decided by the group are: do we run one sequence (a sequence consists of two separate one week classes) of OSHA Construction Outreach training and one sequence (again, a sequence consists of two separate one week classes) of OSHA General Industry Outreach training… or does the group prefer to run two sequences of OSHA Construction Outreach Training.

                         The next critical item regarding planning whatever OSHA training is decided upon… is when do we conduct the training and where do we hold the training. We must make these decisions at this meeting in order to properly plan for the training throughout the year.

 

11:50 AM        California Legislative Updates- Bob Barkhouse & others

 12:00 Noon to 12:50 PM        Networking Lunch 

12:50 PM        Update on the Career Ladders Project Conference: “Manufacturing Reshoring in California” – Mark Martin via CCCConfer, will present an overview of this Manufacturing Conference held at Laney College on October 27, 2012 

1 PM               Special Presentation by Industry Representative from Edison Power: Smart Grid Technologies 

1:45 PM          Group Discussion/ Professional Development theme: What Industry Sector or Sectors would this Advisory Group suggest we focus our attention on this current fiscal year. The Centers of Excellence suggest that within our ITE area that both Energy & Utilities and Advanced Manufacturing will be priority growth areas. 

                        Several of our Advisory Committee members have suggested that there may exist a cross link between our three major sub-areas through a focus on smart grid technologies and related advanced technologies. It is our hope that our Committee can identify an industry sector (or sectors), and/or advanced technologies that can be a focus of our Committee.  It is our intent that these discussion outcomes foster innovation in CTE programs, and identify potential areas where the ITE Collaborative grant can initiate faculty training activities in the future.                       

2:15 PM          Open Forum for new items

2:25 PM          Schedule next meeting 

2:30 PM          Adjourn meeting

 

NOTES:          1.) If you prefer to attend the meeting via teleconference, the following is specific information on how to join the meeting utilizing the CCC Call Confer teleconference system.

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9:30 AM Conference line reserved Meeting starts at 10:30 AM

Conference line and meeting end at 2:30 PM

300


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 2.) Hotels: Since the meeting is at the Chaffey College IT Center located at 13170 7th Street, Chino, CA 91710. You can google or use other search engines to seek a hotel of your choice, or you can look at the list provided using the map links shown below.

Reminder, maximum travel reimbursement is $350.00.

                         http://mapq.st/i3XbeG or http://mapq.st/fWgBZh

                         3.) Driving directions coming from 215 or 15 freeway:  merge onto CA-60W or CA-10W, take the Central Ave exit Exit 33 and go 0.27 miles, turn left onto Central Ave and pass Riverside Dr, turn right onto C St (C St is 0.1 miles past B St) and go 0.07 miles, take the first LEFT onto 7th Street and go 0.08 miles (if you reach 6th Street you’ve gone a little too far), 13170 7th Street is on the RIGHT.

                         Driving directions coming from LA area or West on CA-60 or CA-10: take the Central Ave exit, turn RIGHT onto Central Ave. and pass over CA-6- and Riverside Dr., turn RIGHT onto C Street (C Street is 0.1 miles past B Street) and go 0.07 miles, take the first LEFT onto 7th Street and go 0.08 miles (if you reach 6th Street you’ve gone a little too far, 13170 7th Street is on the RIGHT.

                         4.) Your Chaffey College host is Elmano Alves. If you have additional questions about finding the college don’t hesitate to call Elmano @. Office: 909-652-7657 Cell: 909-957-2411

 This Perkins 1B ITE Advisory Committee meeting, contract #12-0382, is funded in part by the Chancellor’s Office, California Community Colleges

 

Industrial and Technical Education (ITE) Statewide Advisory Committee & ITE Leadership Collaborative Meeting Notes- November 2, 2012

 Meeting called to order at 10:40am by Advisory Chairman/Coordinator Dirk Van Stralen

 Attendees: Steve Tomory, Rio Hondo College; John Chocholak, CITEA/SMI; Marshall Gartenlaub, QUEDU; Dan Sussman, LA Metro; Laurie Harrison, Foothill Associates; Elmano Alves, Chaffey College; Ed Szumski, San Bernardino Valley College; Mark Wood, L.A. Harbor College; Sid Burks, Chaffey College; Bob Barkhouse, California Automotive Business Collaborative; Salomon Davila, Pasadena City College; Douglas Haines, Pasadena City College; Emma Sanchez, Pasadena City College; Bruce Stoner, Citrus College; Carol Pepper-Kittredge, Sierra College; William Elarton, LATTC; Barry Noonan, CCCCO; Dirk Van Stralen, EduComm.  

Sub-Committee Industry Partner Reports

 1.      Transportation – Steve Tomory conducted a phone survey with industry partners.  Responses said that transportation is a vital part of the California economy; that new technologies (e.g. electric vehicles) should be incorporated into curricula as a cross-blend opportunity; that long term purchases are on hold until consumers create greater demand for services.

2.      Manufacturing – Marshall Gartenlaub conducted outreach to gather data and also shared a resource from SME (where he served as the Education Chair). Opportunities are growing as a steady pace in a variety of industries; skilled labor is in short supply (with cross-skills in multiple areas, trouble shooting skills, etc); an aging workforce poses a challenge to industry competitiveness; community colleges need to develop technical courses that include sustainability factors; medical manufacturing and additive manufacturing technologies are emerging; faculty need to receive professional development in new and emerging technologies.  John Chocholak discussed the need for strengthening the middle to high school program pipeline, and the positive components of Skills USA.  Other related initiatives include Fab Labs (MIT – Neil Gershenfield), Tech Shop (private lab and instruction), Makers Faire, etc.

3.      Construction – Bill Elarton reported on the Renovate, Repair and Paint (RRP) requirement by the EPA for any worker and company working on repairing a structure built before 1978.  By disturbing 100 sq.ft. or more, a worker needs to be OSHA certified in lead abatement.  LATTC applied for, and was certified as an authorized RRP training center last year.  Bill and Tom Vasella delivered a webinar in June and developed instructional materials, posted on www.industrialtech.org, and will deliver a follow up webinar on blower door, duct blaster testing this year.  Another standard in energy efficiency that is in demand is BPI (Building Performance Institute), which is overtaking HERS.

 Chancellor’s Office Report

Barry Noonan reported on the “Critical Conversations” meetings that have been taking place throughout the state.  Regarding last fiscal years ITE Advisory Committee final report, Barry wanted to complement the committee on the work that they are doing; and he will be requesting a meeting with Debra Jones, interim Dean, to review recommendations noted in the report and how they might be operationalized.  One of the committee recommendations which will be discussed will be to initiate an ‘applied’ associate degree in specific occupational/educational pathways. 

Perkins/Data and CCCAOE ITE Presentation

Carol Pepper-Kittredge and Laurie Harrison presented an overview on the ITE presentation at the fall 2012 CCCAOE conference, including TOP Code comparisons between Core Indicator 1 and 4 (Success and Employment) in Construction, Manufacturing, and Transportation.  A new brief was also presented on strategies to help LEP students achieve success. 

The project is also seeking to develop 10 one-page briefs on best practice models in the three clusters.  A handout with information was distributed.

ITE Collaborative Update/ OSHA Training

Dirk Van Stralen reported on current and planned activities/ training events taking place with the companion ITE Leadership Collaborative. Among the items discussed was strategic planning by this Advisory Committee regarding whether to conduct both Construction and General Industry OSHA Outreach train the trainer workshops. The group decided on conduction both versions of the OSHA training. Discussion ensued regarding best timing for faculty around the state.

The committee recommended that both sequences of OSHA Outreach training take place during the end of May and early June, but prior to June 30. A recommendation was made that January 7-10 2013 might also be a good time for the OSHA 500 class. Another recommendation would be to offer the 500 class online, and follow up with an on-ground 510 class.  Marshall Gartenlaub suggested doing the online with faculty cohorts. After discussion, a group consensus was that early June would be a better timeline for both classes. Due to spending limitations during June, it appears that both two week sequences will be conducted during early June at separate locations.

Legislative Update

Bob Barkhouse gave an update on current initiatives and bills that are on the ballot or in the legislative system. 

Update on Career Ladders Project Conference

Dr. Mark Martin at Laney College reported on the manufacturing conference held on October 27 with 130 attendees.  The conference focused on reshoring of manufacturing jobs, career ladders that include contextualization, and effective educational delivery systems such as online coursework.  Dirk Van Stralen asked Mark to keep communicating with the advisory committee on emerging issues in manufacturing education. Bob Barkhouse and John Chocholak asked Mark if the CACT Hub database would continue to be updated; Mark responded that it would and invited members to send information on new/revised programs (contact information: mark.martin@design4x.com). 

Presentation on Smart Grid Technologies

Robert Sherick from Southern California Edison provided an overview of SCE’s Smart Grid project.  The Advanced Technology group of SCE is focused on meeting the requirements of AB32, integrating in more renewables into the system, divesting in coal and other power generation plants, addressing Zero Net Energy residential construction goals, and more.  SCE has developed a variety of labs to simulate/test the delivery and reliability of energy in a variety of environments (computers, substations, garages, distribution automation, etc.), and examine opportunities to control/manage energy use with customers in an ongoing basis.

Workforce opportunities for highly trained technicians exist in the crafts department; in the Advanced Technology group, workers typically have graduate degrees. Two SCE ARRA funded projects include the Tehachapi Wind Energy Storage project and the Irvine Smart Grid Demonstration project.  Other capital projects include SmartConnect (home area network DR capabilities and customer outreach), C-RAS (centralized protection schemes), Phasor (synchrophasor information and decision support), and Distribution Management (to improve demand response capabilities). 

Home Area Networks are anticipated to take a greater role in recording and managing residential energy use; appliances and other energy dependent goods will communicate with the network and communicate with the customer on time of use rates.  Cyber security will be a key component of future devices and systems. 

Partners include technology manufacturers, universities, national labs, standards organizations, research institutes, policymakers, and utilities/grid operators. 

John Chocholak emphasized the value of tours for faculty and students to impart information on current and new technologies, careers, and emerging issues.  Dirk asked Robert who to contact – (Anthony Williams is the contact) – for future workforce needs in the craft industry. Barry Noonan asked if there are good opportunities for women in the industry – Robert recommended Electrical Engineering, or customer service (as an entry level route).

Next Meeting

March 1 at Sacramento City College, 10am-2pm.  Details to follow.

Meeting adjourned at 2:35pm.


Meeting Agenda-  Perkins Industrial & Technical Education Statewide Advisory Committee

February 24, 2012      10AM to 2 PM    Los Angeles Trade Tech College (LATTC)

 

10:00 AM        Welcome and Introductions- Chair

                        ● Review and approval of agenda

 10:10 AM        Chancellor’s Office Report- Barry Noonan

                        ● Current information from the Chancellor’s Office

                        10:20AM         Sub-Committee Chairs Report- William Elarton, Marshall Gartenlaub, Steve Tomory

                        ● Reports by industry sector on new input from Industry Partners

 The Professional Development theme for this meeting is: “Update and group discussion on the CCCCO process for consideration of a terminal vocational degree that would enhance employment opportunities for students”. During the time period 10:30 AM to 12 Noon this topic will presented and discussed.

 10:30 AM        Findings from the report “The Road Less Traveled”- Marshall Gartenlaub

                        ● a brief report on how this document treats this issue

 10:45 AM        Presentation of Research that addresses the purpose, popularity, effectiveness, and                                                implementation processes of the terminal vocational degree as used in other states,

                        with samples of several states vocational degree design- Douglas Haines

11:15 AM        Group Discussion: Douglas Haines and Marshall Gartenlaub will lead an interactive group                                    discussion regarding the CCCCO process for consideration             of a terminal vocational degree.                                     A major goal of this discussion is to enhance employment opportunities for students.

 12:00 Noon to 12:45   Networking Lunch (teleconference paused during this period)

 12:45 PM        California Legislative Update:  Bob Barkhouse & others

                        ● Review of legislation affecting Industrial & Technical Education (ITE) programs

 12:55 PM        Overview/Status of Faculty Professional Development Webinars-  Ken Eaves

                        ● Current/ongoing plans for series of new faculty training webinars

                        ● How to access archived previous webinars

 1:05 PM          Group Discussion: Approval of Curriculum at the district, regional, and CCCCO levels.

 1:20 PM          Statewide Ind & Tech Ed Collaborative Grant Overview- Dirk Van Stralen

                        ● Planned activities

                        ● Feedback from advisory group regarding planned activities/ other opportunities

 1:30 PM          Presentation: Benefits to CCCCO From Affiliation with The National Center for Construction                             Education and Research (NCCER)-  Ken Eaves

 1:35 PM          Open Forum: time allocated for new items of interest not included in agenda, or for further                                  discussion of presentations earlier in meeting.

 1:50 PM          Member input regarding location/ time/ date of next Advisory Committee meeting, and                                         discussion regarding possible future meeting themes.

 2.00 PM          Adjourn meeting

 We are providing a teleconference link through CCCConfer.  If you care to join the meeting by teleconference, the following is the detail needed to dial in and participate.

 CALL CONFER PARTICIPANT INVITATION-              MEETING DETAILS:
Status: Active
Title: Perkins Statewide Industry and Tech Advisory Committee
College/Group/Org: CCCCO

SubTitle:

Date

Start time

End time

Duration

2/24/2012

10:00 AM

2:00 PM

240

PARTICIPANT DETAILS
> Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951         > Enter your passcode: 509019

PARTICIPANT CONFERENCE FEATURES
*0 - Contact the operator for audio assistance                       *6 - Mute/unmute your individual line

FOR ASSISTANCE
CCC Confer Client Services - Monday - Friday between 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Phone: 760-744-1150 ext 1537 or 1554                                 Email: clientservices@cccconfer.org

DRIVING DIRECTIONS TO LATTC & THE ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING

LATTC is located at 400 West Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015, and has an excellent website where you can find specific directions to the college. The meeting room is BLDG B, Room 133. Regardless of where you are traveling from, the best way to get to the classroom is navigate yourself so you are traveling south on Flower on the west side of the campus. Make a left turn onto the upramp to a rooftop parking lot over Bldg F. Once in the parking lot, go to the southeast corner and take the stairs down to ground level, walk south to B Building, (30 feet), and room 133 on the 1st floor. Parking permits will be issued at class.

If you are coming from LAX, you will most likely be traveling N on 110. Exit on Adams Blvd. Using Adams or 23rd, go left a short distance and turn right on Figueroa. Go North several block on Figueroa and turn right on Washington, then turn right on Flower. Follow the directions above once on Flower headed south.

 The following are LATTC’s website based Driving Directions NOTE that they will put you on the EAST side of the Campus and you need to be going South on Flower on the West Side of the Campus.

 FROM THE SANTA MONICA FREEWAY (10) EAST, exit on Grand Ave., turn right to college.

FROM THE SANTA MONICA FREEWAY (10) WEST, exit on Los Angeles Street to 17th Street, turn left on Grand Ave. to college.

FROM THE HARBOR FREEWAY (110) NORTH, exit Adams Blvd., turn right to Grand Ave., left to college.

FROM THE HARBOR FREEWAY (110) SOUTH, exit on Adams Blvd., turn left on 23rd Street, turn left to Grand Ave, and turn left to college

 

Perkins Industrial & Technical Education Statewide Advisory Committee

Meeting Agenda          October 7, 2011        10AM to 2 PM

Four Points by Sheraton Hotel- located close to the Sacramento International Airport

4900 Duckhorn Drive, Sacramento CA 95834   916.263.9000

 

10:00 AM        Welcome and Introductions- Chair

                        ● Review and approval of agenda

 10:10 AM        Chancellor’s Office Report- Barry Noonan

                        ● Current information from the Chancellor’s Office

                        ● Review of organizational changes within the CTE Division

                        ● Review of Advisory Committee recommendations included in LY final report

 

10:25AM         Sub-Committee Chairs Report- William Elarton, Marshall Gartenlaub, Steve Tomory

                        ● Reports by industry sector on new input from Industry Partners

 10:35 AM        Perkins Equipment Regulations Compendium- Doug Haines

                        ● Report of progress to date on the development of a compendium document that contains the

                        federal, state, and samples of local college districts information regarding the sale or disposal of                           Perkins 1B equipment.

 

The theme of this meeting is Energy: changes within this industry that will affect our lives and jobs, and what these changes could mean to CTE Educators as they develop and/or alter programs to meet these newly emerging challenges. During the time period 10:45 AM to 12 Noon this topic will presented and discussed.

 10:45 AM        Chancellor’s Office Division of Career Education and Industry Partnerships

                        Presentation on “The Utility Grid Aspect Of The Energy Efficiency Equation” - Jim Caldwell

                        To see a brief resume for Jim Caldwell go to Notes #4.

 11:00 AM        Institute of Heating and Air Conditioning Industries/ Canoga Park Heating & Air Conditioning

                        Presentation on “ Energy Industry Focus, Changes and Training Challenges”- Bob Wiseman

                        To see a brief resume for Bob Wiseman go to Notes #5.

 11:40 AM        Group Discussion: Jim Caldwell and Bob Wiseman will lead an Advisory Committee discussion                         seeking member feedback into future CCCCO strategy for the Energy Sector.

 12:00 Noon to 12:45   Networking Lunch

 12:45 PM        Preview: Ind & Tech Ed Collaborative Grant CCCAOE Presentation: Laurie Harrison

                        ● The Special Populations team of Laurie Harrison, Carol Pepper-Kittredge, Alexandra Torres                              Galancid will represent the Statewide Collaborative in a presentation at the Fall CCCAOE                                   conference in San Diego.

12:55 PM        CACT CTE Hub Grant Activities/ possible linkages- Mark Martin

                        ● Overview of SF CACT CTE Hub grant activities and a possible linkage to the online Virtual                             Clearinghouse and Repository that Mark has created, that could be utilized to publish availability                         of surplus equipment.

1:10 PM          California Legislative Update:  Bob Barkhouse & others

                        ● Review of legislation affecting CTE programs

1:20 PM          Statewide Ind & Tech Ed Collaborative Grant Overview-  Dirk Van Stralen

                        ● Planned activities

                        ● Feedback from advisory group regarding planned activities/ other opportunities

1:30 PM          Open Forum: time allocated for new items of interest not included in agenda, or for further                                  discussion of presentations earlier in meeting.

1:50 PM          Member input regarding location/ time/ date of next Advisory Committee meeting, and                                         discussion regarding possible future meeting themes.

2.00 PM          Adjourn meeting

THE FOLLOWING NOTES CONTAIN INFORMATION ON: 

1.) How to join the meeting by teleconference

2.) Directions to the meeting location

3.) Travel Stipend Information

4.) Brief Resume for Jim Caldwell

5.) Brief Resume for Bob Wiseman

6.) Info on how to RSVP

1.) If You Prefer To Attend The Meeting Via Teleconference, You Can Utilize The Toll Free Chancellor’s Office Call Confer System. To Dial Into The Teleconference Please Utilize The Following Instructions.

CALL CONFER PARTICIPANT INVITATION

MEETING DETAILS:

Status: Active
Title: Industrial and Technical Education Statewide Advisory Committee
College/Group/Org: CCCCO

SubTitle:
Closed Caption: No

Date

Start time

End time

Duration

10/7/2011

10:00 AM

2:30 PM

270


PARTICIPANT DETAILS
> Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951
> Enter your passcode: 687265

PARTICIPANT CONFERENCE FEATURES

*0 - Contact the operator for audio assistance
*6 - Mute/unmute your individual line

FOR ASSISTANCE

CCC Confer Client Services - Monday - Friday between 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Phone: 760-744-1150 ext 1537 or 1554
Email: clientservices@cccconfer.org

2.) Directions to the October 7, 2011 Ind & Tech Ed Advisory Committee Meeting Location:

Where: Sacramento Room, The Four Points Hotel by Sheridan @ Sacramento International Airport.

4900 Duckhorn Drive, Sacramento, CA 95834.

Hotel Telephone: 916.263.9000

The Four Points by Sheridan hotel is located approximately five minutes south of the Sacramento International Airport, just off the Del Paso West offramp from I-5. The hotel has a shuttle van that will pick you up at the airport. Please allow sufficient time for airport pickup, as several members may be arriving at the same time.

3.) There will be a max $350 travel stipend for travel to the meeting. Claim forms and instructions will be handed out at the meeting.

4.) Resume for Jim Caldwell

● Jim Caldwell is the Sector Lead for Energy & Utility initiatives in the CCCCO Division of Economic & Workforce Development.  His background includes developing programs with the state’s utilities and energy efficiency stakeholders to meet the need for an increasingly sophisticated and flexible workforce for this sector.  He has done extensive work with Sacramento State University, CSU East Bay, PG&E, the California Energy and Utility Workforce Consortium, the California Energy Efficiency Industry Council, Foothill College, Workforce Institute, and the San Mateo and Chabot-Las Positas Community College Districts.

With more than 30 years in high technology fields, Mr. Caldwell has held executive positions at AT&T, Lucent Technologies, DSC Alcatel, and several Silicon Valley firms. He earned the AT&T Corporate Excellence Award for his contributions to restructuring the Bell System at divestiture, and received special recognition from NASA and the White House for successful management of high-profile programs.  Mr. Caldwell is Chairman of the board of directors of the i-GATE Innovation Hub and president-elect of the Rotarian Foundation of Livermore.

5.) Resume for Bob Wiseman

● Bob Wiseman is President and owner of Canoga Park Heating and Air Conditioning, a HVAC             contracting firm located in Canoga Park. He is a graduate of UCLA and holds an MBA from Pepperdine University. Bob is the current President of the Institute of Heating and Air Conditioning Industries, Inc. (IHACI), a sixty plus year old trade organization dedicated to the advancement of the heating and air conditioning industry.

● IHACI is California’s premiere trade organization representing more than 600 members including: contractors, manufacturers, distributors, and utilities. Education and training is at the forefront of the association’s goals and objectives. IHACI takes pride in having more than 12,000 students in 2010 and expects to surpass that number in 2011.

● Bob is actively involved in the regulatory process and represents the association before the California Energy Commission; the California Public Utilities Commission; and is a member of the Steering Committee for the Western HVAC Performance Alliance. The Performance Alliance was established in 2009. Its mission is to provide input from the HVAC community to the Investor-Owned Utilities in the State of California in support of the goals of the California Long-Term Energy Efficiency Strategic Plan.

6.) We hope you can attend this meeting. If you are able to attend, and have not already contacted us with your intent to be at the meeting, please RSVP by Oct 3 so we can plan for meals. Please send confirmation of your attending to:

Dirk Van Stralen

dvanstralen@hotmail.com

530 637 9627

Meeting Agenda May 6, 2011 10AM to 2 PM Chaffey College IT Center, Chino, CA 91710

10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions- Chair
Review and approval of agenda

10:10 AM Chancellor’s Office Report- Barry Noonan
Current information from the Chancellor’s Office
Report on “AB 848- Campos”

10:30 AM Sub-Committee Industry Partner Reports- sub-committee chairs will review new/ additional industry input, and provide draft summary of industry partner input and recommendations for inclusion in Advisory Committee final report.
Construction- William Elarton
Manufacturing- Marshall Gartenlaub
Transportation- Steve Tomory
11:20 AM Nontradional Employment Roles- Alex Torres Galancid, Carol Pepper- Kittridge, Laurie Harrison
11:30 AM Perkins Data Analysis Update- Carol Pepper-Kittridge
11:40 AM Education Members Industry Partner Reports: time is allocated here for any educational partner attending the advisory committee meeting to input ideas/ recommendations from industry partners at their college/ region. This includes current input regarding CTE program or funding gaps, program or funding strategies to develop new and emerging occupations and occupations which demonstrate high growth and high wage potential, and/or best practices within industry segments that could be infused into our community colleges CTE programs. This will allow for additional industry input if our education members take time prior to the meeting to recall or seek recent industry input.

12:00 Noon to 12:45 PM Networking Lunch
12:45 PM Open Forum for new items not considered in agenda
1 PM California Legislative Updates- Bob Barkhouse & others
1:20 PM Statewide Ind & Tech Ed Collaborative Grant Overview- Dirk Van Stralen: during this overview/discussion session the educator group will provide input in the role of advisory group to the ITE Collaborative. Discussions will include:
Overview of current activities
Report on April 26 Statewide Collaboratives & Advisory Committees Meeting
OSHA Construction outreach training this summer/ Electrician Certification
Possible EPA lead based paint certification/ training
Mfg/ machining student job shadowing program
New input/ requests from industry for potential Collaborative action

1:40 PM New 09 Faculty Professional Development Workshops Update- Ken Eaves
1:50 PM Review of Open Items
1:55 PM Schedule next meeting
2:00 PM Adjourn meeting
Minutes

Perkins 1B Statewide Advisory Committee for Industrial and Technical Education Meeting
March 4, 2011, Chaffey College IT Center, Chino, CA


10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions- Art Curry- Review and approval of agenda
10:10 AM Chancellor’s Office Report- Barry Noonan
10:30 AM Sub-Committee Industry Partner Reports
Construction- Bill Elarton
Manufacturing- Marshall Gartenlaub
Transportation- Steve Tomory
Nontraditional Employment Roles- Alex Torres Galancid, Carol Pepper-Kittridge,
Laurie Harrison
12:00 PM Networking Lunch
12:45 PM IT Facilities Tour
1:25 PM Electrician Certification/Construction Tech OSHA Training Schedule for spring 2011
Dirk Van Stralen
1:40 PM California Legislative Update- Bob Barkhouse & others
1:50 PM New 09 Faculty Professional Development Workshops Update- Ken Eaves
1:55 PM Statewide Collaborative Grant Overview- Dirk Van Stralen
2:00 PM Schedule next meeting and adjourn
Minutes


Perkins 1B Statewide Advisory Committee for Industrial and Technical Education
October 22, 2010 Conference Call

12:30 PM Welcome and Introductions - Art Curry Review and approval of agenda
12:40 PM Chancellor’s Office report - Barry Noonan Budget
WebPosting of DRAFT - Student Learning Outcomes Guide: General Electrician Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship Programs Survey for 2008-09 and 2009-10
Programs submitted for approval by CCCCO
State’s Electrician Certification Curriculum Meeting on 10-18-10
CTE UPDATE’s Website
Perkins Final Report Criteria for 2010-2011

1:10 PM Special Populations Update- Carol Pepper-Kittredge Special Populations Update
1:20 PM OSHA Training update for 2010 - Dirk Van Stralen
1:30 PM Open Forum
2:00 PM Statewide Collaborative Grant Overview – Art Curry
2:05 PM Schedule next meeting and adjourn
Minutes


Perkins 1B Statewide Advisory Committee for Industrial and Technical Education
June 4, 2010 Conference Call


12:30 PM Welcome and Introductions - Art Curry Review and approval of agenda
12:40 PM Chancellor’s Office report - Barry Noonan
12:50 PM Information regarding gender equity core indicators for programs that have registered apprentices - Dr. Chuck Wisely (CCCCO) Specialist
1:10 PM Committee for Information Communications Technology (ICT) - . - Paul Barth CCCCO Specialist.
1:30 PM Sub-Committee Chairs present private sector contact activities.
1:45 PM OSHA Training update for 2010 - Dirk Van Stralen
1:55 PM California Legislative Updates – Bob Barkhouse & others
2:00 PM Statewide Collaborative Grant Overview – Art Curry
2:05 PM Schedule next meeting and adjourn
Minutes


Perkins 1B Statewide Advisory Committee for Industrial and Technical Education
March 12, 2010, Pasadena City College


10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions - Art Curry Review and approval of agenda
10:15 AM Chancellor’s Office Report - Barry Noonan
10:45 AM Sub Committee Chairs present private sector comments
11:00 AM Special Populations Sub Committee presentation including job markets and WINTER.
11:30 AM Discussion regarding next OSHA training
11:45 AM Discussion regarding program closures
12:00 Noon Lunch
12:45 PM Tour of facilities Doug Haines
1:30 PM California Legislative Updates – Bob Barkhouse & others
1:45 PM New 09 Faculty Professional Development Workshops Update – Ken Eaves
1:50 PM Statewide Collaborative Grant Overview - Dirk Van Stralen
1:55 PM Schedule next meeting and adjourn – Barry Noonan
Minutes


Perkins 1B Statewide Advisory Committee for Industrial and Technical Education
October, 9, 2009
Marriott Ontario Airport Hotel, Room 321. Ontario, CA


10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions - Art Curry Review and approval of agenda
10:15 AM Chancellor’s Office report - Barry Noonan
10:30AM Sub-Committee Chairs present contracted activities.
11:15 PM Sub-committee breakout sessions - next step discussions.
12:00 Noon Lunch
12:45 PM Sub-committees present next steps
1:15 PM OSHA Training update for 2009-10 - Dirk Van Stralen
1:20 PM California Legislative Updates – Bob Barkhouse & others
1:40 PM New 09 Faculty Professional Development Workshops Update – Ken Eaves
1:45 PM Statewide Collaborative Grant Overview – Art Curry
1:50 PM Open discussion
2:00 PM Schedule next meeting and adjourn
Minutes


Second Meeting - 2008-2009

February 27, 2009 VTEA Industry and Technologies Advisory Committee
Marriott Ontario Airport Hotel, Room 321, Ontario, CA


10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions - Art Curry Review and approval of agenda
10:15 AM Chancellor’s Office report and review intent of industry partners’ conference calls - Barry Noonan
10:30 AM Sub Committee chairs report on industry partners’ conference calls conducted since September 12th meeting– Steve Tomory, Bill Elarton, Gonzalo Huerta
11:00 AM Breakout sessions of three sub committees to: 1.) discuss potential action items based on first conference calls to industry, and 2.) update Professional Organizations Contact List –Sub-committee chairs
12:00 Noon - Lunch
12:45 PMSub-committees report on Breakout sessions
1:15 PM Electrical Certification/Construction Tech OSHA Training update for 2008-09 -Dirk Van Stralen
1:20 PMCalifornia Legislative Updates – Bob Barkhouse & others
1:35 PMNew 09 Faculty Professional Development Workshops Update – Ken Eaves
1:45 PMStatewide Collaborative Grant Overview – Art Curry
1:50 PM Open discussion
2:00 PMSchedule next meeting and adjourn
There will be a $400 max on travel. West Hills travel forms will be handed out at the meeting. The meetings go from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm to avoid hotel reservations. However; a small block of rooms has been set aside for those who have to come in from far distances and cannot book a good flight.
Minutes


First Meeting 08-09
September 12, 2008, VTEA Industry and Technologies Advisory Committee
Holiday Inn Capitol Plaza, Granada Room , Sacramento, CA


10:00 AM Welcome and Introductions - Art Curry  Review and approval of agenda
10:15 AM Review structure of advisory committee meetings and industry partners’ conference calls - Barry Noonan
10:45 AM Discuss Professional Organizations contact list – Art Curry
11:00 AM Breakout sessions of three sub committees to identify discussion items for first conference calls to industry, and update professional Organizations Contact List –Sub-committee chairs
11:45 AMSub committee reports – Sub-committee chairs
12:00 Noon Lunch
12:45 PMElectrical Certification/Construction Tech OSHA Training schedule for 2008-09 -Dirk Van Stralen
1:00 PMCalifornia Legislative Updates – Bob Barkhouse & others
1:30 PMNew 09 Faculty Professional Development Workshops Update – Art Curry
1:45 PMStatewide Collaborative Grant Overview - Dirk Van Stralen
2:00 PMSchedule next meeting and adjourn