Back to work: testing reemployment services for displaced by Howard S. Bloom

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In the study, 66 SEE Tier II sample members participated in 86 classroom training elements; hence, some persons participated in more than one element. Most often, this represented a situation in which basic education was followed by occupational training. Page 25 11. The demonstration was sponsored by the Training and Employment Development Division of the Texas Department of Community Affairs. TDCA Assistant Director for Research, Demonstration and Evaluation, Christopher T. King, was the prime mover for the demonstration.

These efforts were reinforced by individual meetings with program staff about issues and problems that arose during the job-search process. The last segment of TEC/HCC Tier I was a job club, with daily attendance recommended and weekly attendance required. The job club was a less structured experience that enabled participants to use program facilities such as reference materials, a telephone message center, a phone bank, a xerox machine, and typewriters. Tier I at SEE began with a week-long, half-day job-search workshop.

Given all of these factors, SER/JOBS exhausted its OJT budget and subsequently felt this activity had been underfunded. As mentioned, SEE provided an even mix of classroom training and OJT, which indicated a flexibility to reach beyond its existing in-house capabilities. Classroom training focused either on adult basic education (preparation for a GED examination and English as a second language) or on basic occupational skills training. 10 Occupational training emphasized typing, bookkeeping, retail sales and medical-ward clerkingtraditionally female jobs.

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