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TCC Governance: Workforce Development Committee

 

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Purpose

 

To identify workforce training areas which should be targeted by TCC.  To assess current workforce training projects for effectiveness.  To develop TCC as a proactive player in regional economic development. To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between college academic and non-credit programs. Reports through the Vice President for Workforce Development.


The Charge

Carry out the overall purpose of the committee as stated in the Governance Structure for the college:

  • "To identify workforce training areas which should be targeted by TCC.  To assess current workforce training projects for effectiveness.  To develop TCC as a proactive player in regional economic development. To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between college academic and non-credit programs. Reports through the Vice President for Workforce Development.” 
  • Through the committee chair, identify one or more areas not presently being served by Workforce Development through which TCC can become a proactive player in regional economic development. 
  • In conjunction with the Associate Vice President for Workforce Development and the Associate Vice President for Operations and Special Programs, assess at least one current workforce training project for its effectiveness. 
  • Through the committee chair, identify means to insure the effective flow of communication between staff in the Division of Workforce Development and Academic and Student Services staff on each of the campuses. 
  • Through the committee chair, participate in the deliberations for the President’s Advisory and Planning Council (PAPC), keeping the group informed as appropriate about the work of the committee.
  • Prepare an annual report (to include major accomplishments, unfinished business, and recommendations for the future) to be submitted at the end of the academic year to the chair of the PAPC and to the Office of the Vice President for Workforce Development, no later than May 1.

The work of the Workforce Development Governance Committee is particularly critical to the college's strategic goal to contribute to the sustainable economic, social and cultural development of South Hampton Roads by making investments that ensure its continued ability to serve the region with programs that answer to emerging needs in workforce training.

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