From: REMI Announcements
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Subject: REMI Webinar: The Florida Occupational Training Study
Date: Mon Apr 07 19:52:42 MDT 2014
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The Florida Occupational Training Study


REMI Webinar


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REMI (Regional Economic Models, Inc.) cordially invites you to join us for a free one-hour webinar titled "The Florida Occupational Training Study" with Guest Presenter Dominic Modicamore of ICF International.

The Florida Occupational Training study explores Florida's workforce training systems and analyzes labor market trends for the state's targeted industry sectors. The major components of the study include:

  • a resource matrix to identify sources of workforce development funding;
  • infrastructure asset mapping to identify workforce development resource clusters;
  • a comprehensive labor market and industrial sector analysis of eight separate regions in Florida; and
  • an education and skills gap analyses to determine the occupations where training investment is needed.

Finally, you will have a chance to engage in Q&A after the presentation.

This presentation will be approximately one hour in length, and we offer it at no charge via the Citrix GotoWebinar web conferencing platform. Advanced registration is required; please click on one of the links in the sidebar to register online.

 

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Tuesday, April 15, 2:00 PM
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Thursday, April 17, 2:00 PM

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