On-the-Job Training Models for Farmworkers

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Here, you will find models of on-the-job (OJT) training placements.  Please refer to the materials in the links for more information.

The Oregon Human Development Corporation Model

In this presentation, Martin Campos-Davis of Oregon Human Development Corporation (OHDC) describes the development of on-the-job placements for the practice of transitioning customers from work experiences and eventually into unsubsidized employment. At the 2014 Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs (AFOP) Conference, he also showed how OHDC empowers its case managers with tools to track their performance numbers.

Association of Farmworker Opportunity Programs logo

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Content Type: Resource
Topics: Case Management - General | Job Development | On-the-Job Training | Customized Training | Earn and Learn | Externships | Incumbent Worker Training | Internships | Paid Work Experience | Pre-Apprenticeship | Subsidized Employment | Summer Jobs | Unpaid Work Experience | Work Study | Work-Based Learning - General | Small Business Development | Employer Engagement | Counseling - General | Skills Transfer | Dislocated Worker Services - General | Layoff Aversion | Employability Skills | Career Readiness | Job Readiness Services - General | Soft Skills Training | Post-Secondary Readiness | Workplace Safety | Job Sharing | Reemployment - General | Case Management - General | Individual Employment Plan | Individualized Service Strategy | Collaboration | Federal Partners | Integrated Programs/Services | Leveraging Resources | Memorandums of Understanding - MOUs | Partnerships - General | Program Integration - General | Planning Policy Governance Leadership - General | Sustainability | System Building/Change | Workforce Investment Boards | Youth Committees | Communication/Outreach | Civil Rights/Equal Employment Opportunity | Program/Operations - General
Target Populations: Migrant seasonal farm workers

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Posted: 5/21/2015 8:40 PM
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