Central MA WIOA Partners planning Meeting Local MOU The Combined State Plan guides the establishment of local area partnerships and local MOU agreements as required by WIOA. These requirements will specify how services can be connected, integrated, or enhanced by sharing staffing, resources, or jointly designed in ways that improve outcomes for shared customers youth, job seekers, and businesses. 2 Local MOU - Process The Local Board will convene required WIOA One-Stop Partners and other stakeholders (as defined locally) to discuss, negotiate and execute a local umbrella Memorandum of Understanding. The development of the local MOU is a two-step process: An Interim MOU based on a state developed template to be in place by June 30, 2016. The Umbrella MOU must not be for less than three years and must be in place by July 1, 2017.
A joint policy from the WIOA partners will be issued explaining the process for the Interim and Umbrella MOUs. 3 Local MOU- Key Partners Required One-Stop Core Partners: WIOA Title I (Adult, Dislocated Worker, Youth) Title II (Adult Education and Family Literacy) Title III (Wagner Peyser/Employment Service) Title IV (Vocational Rehabilitation) Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Unemployment Insurance (UI)
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Jobs for Veterans State Grant (JVSG) and Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP). 4 Local Partners 5 The Purpose of the Local MOU Establish the roles of local partners in the development of an integrated education and workforce system that supports career pathways in each region to prepare residents with foundation, technical, and professional skills, and provide information and connections to postsecondary education and training. 6 Our Goal The local MOU will define shared service strategies for job seekers and businesses and
identify related shared customer flow strategies that will include but be limited to: operation and services workflows, related referral processes, coordinated staff development and training, marketing and community integration, co-locations of staff (physical and virtual), and the nature and provisions of related infrastructure and shared costs. 7 Final Local MOU The MOU will: Provide a description of services to be provided through the onestop delivery system, including the manner in which the services will be coordinated and delivered through the system Ensure that one-stop partners adhere to State guidance on one stop delivery system infrastructure costs Address how one-stop partners will achieve consensus and informally mediate any possible conflicts or disagreement among partners
Address how technical assistance to new one-stop partners and local grant recipients will be provided to ensure partners are informed and knowledgeable of the elements contained in the MOU Reflect a funding mechanism that meets the requirements of each programs relevant statutes and regulations The MOU may include interim plan if needed, on how costs of the services will be funded Defining Shared Customers In order to be a shared customer, he/she must meet the eligibility criteria of partner agencies and who is enrolled in more than one core partner program at any time during a fiscal year. The eligibility criteria for shared customers may vary from region to region depending on participant characteristics (e.g., academic level, level of English proficiency) and regional employment needs (e.g., healthcare, hospitality, advanced manufacturing, financial/business services). Not ALL customers will be shared customers. 9 New Career Center Shared Customer Model New statewide customer flow to manage individuals from various referral sources who are triaged based on new, intensive skill assessment tools to Job Ready and Skill Building Teams within the Career Center.
CAREER CENTER SEMINAR Public Then: Job Ready Team DVS/VSO Referral ABE Referral MRC Referral MCB Referral JO B Q U ES
T P O R TA L Other Partner Referral -Resume writing -Job search -Workshops ABE Job Match TRIAGE (All Core Partners) OSCC Reception
MRC * Assessment Activities / Services: * Career Action Plan -Comprehensive Assessment -ITAs -TRADE -Softskills -Referral to ABE or ESOL -Apprenticeship -Community College enrollment -OJT * TORQ * Career Readiness 101 DTA Referral
DUA Referral DVS/VSO Activities : Resource Room Online Registration Only Skill Development Team * Information on Core Programs Staff providing services: (All Customers)
-WIOA -Comm. Coll. Navigators -Wagner-Peyser -Vets -Co-located Core Partners File Sharing For Common Customer Referrals No Job Match Referral to Partner Agency Offi ce for Additional Services Online Tools
*Job Search *TORQ *ETC = New IT Interface = New Staffi ng / Customer Flow Redesign = Exists Today DTA DUA Legend: Anything blue Anything green Anything black MCB Note on Reporting : Any reporting /matching which utilizes confidential UI data will be matched and reported through DUA to the extent allowed under Massachusetts law . Other Partners Discussion
The umbrella MOU serving customers of similar characteristics How core partner collaborations can support career pathways in the region? How we can work together to support and contribute to career pathways? What are some opportunities for innovation in program design and accelerated learning along the pathway? What state guidance is needed? 11 Next Steps Signing the Interim MOU and Agreeing to Negotiate through FY17! Set planning meeting calendar Identify additional data/information to be gathered (and who will gather it) 12
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