Identifies and examines six successful employment training projects, providing a variety of geographic locations, client populations, program sizes, and funding sources. All of the projects meet the established criteria of having outstanding results in enabling their graduates to attain self-sufficiency, measured by performance indicators such as completion rates, job placement, and retention rates. Discusses the characteristics, structure, and outcomes of each project and identifies the common strategies for success shared by the projects. Includes comments from the Dept. of Labor and a bibliography.The Private Industry Council, Portland, Oregon Prni PPt Stm l rti irp TPIC provides case management and on-site ... skills and contains a basic work place curriculum that focuses on skills such as problem solving and conflict resolution. Clientsanbsp;...
|Author||:||Sigurd R. Nilsen|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1995-08-01|