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NCCER UpdateOctober 2011

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1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 4,000

5,000

6,000

7,000

8,000

5,047

4,6474,630

4,925

5,2265,344

5,675

5,938

6,7096,7096,7926,785

6,7006,827

7,117

7,5337,689

7,491

6,704

5,700

5,625

Number of Construction Employees(In thousands)

Total Construction Employment

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National Construction Outlook

Carpenters

Construction Laborers

Supervisors

Electricians

Construction managers

Plumbers & Pipe/steamfitters

Welders

HEO

HVAC-R

Industrial Mechanics

100 600 1100 1600

1,284.9

1,248.7

698.1

694.9

551.0

494.7

412.3

404.5

308.2

287.7

1,450.3

1,504.6

805.3

777.9

645.8

570.5

405.6

453.2

394.8

308.6

Construction Craft Employment GrowthProjected 2008-2018

(In Thousands)Proj. 2018 2008

National Construction OutlookEmployment (Proj. 2018): 8.55 Million Job Growth (Proj. 2008-2018): 1.3 Million jobs

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Maryland Construction Outlook

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Top 10 Metropolitan areas with the highest employment level in Construction and Extraction occupation:

#5 Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV Metropolitan Division

#10 Baltimore-Towson, MD Metropolitan Division

Employment Annual mean wage0

10,00020,00030,00040,00050,00060,00070,00080,00090,000

100,000

$86,100

$45,580

$54,460

$43,920

Washington, DC-VA-MD-WV Baltimore-Towson, MD

$20.00 $20.20 $20.40 $20.60 $20.80 $21.00 $21.20 $21.40 $21.60 $21.80 $22.00

$21.91

$21.11

Mean Hourly Wage

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5 SOURCE: "Educate the Work Force of Tomorrow" by Luke Bellsnyder & Jon Fisher. (03/06/2009)

8 of the 10 fastest growing occupations through 2014 do not require a bachelor's degree

They Require a 2-year Associate's Degree or

Post-Secondary Training

Educate the Workforce of Tomorrow

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU

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POST-9/11 G.I. BILL

Updates to G.I. Bill

Effective October 1, 2011

On-the-Job training, Apprenticeships, and Non-college degree programs now accepted

Reimbursement also available for multiple Licensing and Certification Tests

SOURCE: http://www.gibill.va.gov

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CII RT 231 SUMMARY

AVERAGE IMPROVEMENT

CAPITAL PROJECT

MAINTENANCE PROJECT

Productivity 11 % 10 %

Turnover Cost 14 % 14 %

Absenteeism 15 % 15 %

Injury 26 % 27 %

Rework 23 % 26 %SOURCE: Construction Industry Institute (CII). RT231-1 “Construction Industry Craft Training in the United States & Canada” (Aug 2007)

Return On Investment (ROI)

SUMMARY OF TRAINING BENEFITS

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To build a safe, productive &

sustainable workforce of

craft professionals

Mission

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INDUSTRY

Owners

Contractors

Associations

Pipeline

Manufacturing

Plant Facilities

Leased Labor

Organized Labor

Infrastructure

Energy

Shipbuilding

EDUCATIONSecondary

Post-Secondary

Career Academies

GOVERNMENT

State & Local Workforce Agencies

State Licensing Agencies

Job Corps

YouthBuild

Military

Military Corrections

Corrections

NCCERSponsors

& Master Trainers

Build Your Future Campaign

Choose Construction Initiative

For more information, visit: www.nccer.org/FindCenter.asp

Involvement

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NCCER Curriculum

Over 60 disciplines in print for:Craft

EnergySustainability

SafetyPipeline

Management

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Sustainable/Green Curriculum

Green Topics in HVAC: 4 modules 40 general continuing education hours (GBCI)

Intro to Solar Photovoltaics (PV) Prepares students for NABCEP Entry-level Exam Solar PV installer curriculum in development

Wind Turbine Maintenance Tech Wind is the fastest growing energy source in the US Wind Farms operate or being constructed in 34 states

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Modular in format for flexibility & custom task training

Demonstrate competencies through written & performance tests

Successful verified through the National Registry

For more information, visit: www.nccer.org/CredentialsOverview.aspx

COMPETENCY-BASED CURRICULA

PORTABLE INDUSTRY-RECOGNIZED CREDENTIALS

NCCER Curriculum

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Curriculum Online

Currently: 8 Titles – 10 by Spring, 2012

INCLUDES: Instructor Toolkit Online Lectures Video Presentations Personalization Tools

Whiteboard view & ability to organize modules in different sequence available

Allows highlighting of key text & notes

Quizzes Active Figures Spanish Content

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Pay based upon written exam or NCCER Certification

NCCER Certification PreferredMust agree to take NCCER Assessment

NCCER Cert Preferred

Craft training through NCCER

NCCER Skills Assessment Required

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Secondary & Post-Secondary Education

State Education Agency – ATS State Education Agency – Candidate State Education Agency – Applicant Education/Apprenticeship Foundation Industry & Association

WAMT ND

SD

NE

KS

OK

TX

MN

CA

NV

AZ

UT

ORID

WY

CO

NM

IA

MO

WIMI

IL IN

NY

PAOH

WV

AR

LAMS AL GA

FL

NC

SCTN

VAKY

VT

NH

ME

MA

CTRI

MD

AK

DENJ

HI

DC

ACCREDITED TRAINING SPONSORS

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www.NCCERContrenIRC.com

Instructor Resource Center (IRC)

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Build Your Future Campaign

On November 2nd, BYF is hosting a Career Day at the Dallas, Texas headquarters of the Construction Education Foundation. Contractors, owners, construction suppliers, trade associations and training organizations will be in attendance to meet potential recruits.

At the Career Day, students from surrounding schools will experience training simulators for cranes, welding and heavy equipment and NASCAR Truck Series Driver David Starr will be available for pictures and autographs.

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Launched with our new Website Password-protected site for Instructors, Master Trainers, & Assessment

Administrators Best Practices and Instructor Resources Contact Miriam Perez for log-in instructions – 888.622.3720 Ext 6933

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19 For more information, visit: http://careers.nccer.org

Career Center Website

careers.nccer.orgINCLUDES:

Resume Posting

Job Seeker Area

Showcase your NCCER credentials

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The construction industry was

built on a foundation of

craftsmanship - it is

pride in craftsmanship

that has made many generations

of workers to follow in their

parents' footsteps & enter our

industry

- Don Whyte, NCCER President

For more information, visit: www.nccer.org/craftsmanship.aspx

Cornerstone of Craftsmanship

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21 For more information, visit: www.nccer.org/theCornerstone.aspx

ARTICLES & IDEAS WELCOME!

The Cornerstone Magazine

INCLUDES: NCCER News

Cornerstone Profile

SME Corner

Instructor Profiles

Sponsor Spotlight