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activities adequate administrative agencies agreed agreements AICs AOP and National AOP contractors AOP participants AOP placements APPENDIX apprentices apprenticeship programs areas assistance believe California CETA claim competitive complete concept consider construction industry construction trades continued contracts costs criteria develop effectiveness efforts employers employment service entering evaluation example exists Federal fiscal focus former guidelines improve increasing indicated individuals interviewed Labor less limited ment minorities minority representation monitoring National OJT funds National OJT Program National Programs noted objectives obtain occupations Office of National officials OJT contractors on-the-job training operating opportunities organizations Outreach participants percent performance period persons placed placement credit positions problems procedures procurement projects proposals QUESTIONABLE receive recommendation recruitment referred regarding reported represent requirements responsible result reviewed Secretary skilled sources specific sponsors studies tests Training Program tutoring union visits wage
Page 1 - Act to provide job training and employment opportunities for economically disadvantaged, unemployed, and underemployed persons, and to assure that training and other services lead to maximum employment opportunities and enhance self-sufficiency by establishing a flexible and decentralized system of Federal, State, and local programs.
Page 60 - We recommend that the Secretary of Labor: -- Reevaluate the need for construction-related national on-the-job training, as well as training in trades having similar unemployment problems and terminate those contracts which are not achieving program objectives. -- Redirect available funding into' trades with current and projected skilled manpower shortages and low minority representation.
Page 26 - If the Secretary determines that a need exists for AOP, we recommend that its...
Page 51 - Programs, use competitive procurement procedures in accordance with Federal Procurement Regulations and obtain and use independent data in evaluating proposals to improve AOP and National OJT Program contracting services.
Page 63 - We recommend that the Secretary of Labor: -- Develop and put into practice monitoring and evaluation guidelines for AOP and national OJT programs which gauge program effectiveness and highlight program accomplishments in accordance with CETA program assessment requirements.
Page 26 - AOP focus back to apprenticeship only and — establishing effective criteria for contractor performance to — include the degree and level of services necessary to support placement credit claims...
Page 60 - Require that adequate training be provided to program participants while they are on the job or in classroom training...