2019 Strategic Goals
Workforce Planning – Identify critical workforce needs and measure the success of workforce development initiatives.
- Execute the 2019 Gaps in the Energy Workforce survey and summarize the findings at the national and state level.
- Facilitate task forces for the Workforce Planning Council to explore how member companies manage a contingent workforce, benchmark and provide analysis of industry diversity and non-retirement attrition, and to identify and share best practices in predictive analytics.
- Work with CEWD members to identify solid methods/strategies to improve retention and publish applicable tools, resources, and best practices.
- Communicate the Measuring Performance model and convene a task force led by the Executive Council to pilot the measures.
- Partner with associations to adapt Game Changers and workforce findings by type of company.
Career Awareness – Build awareness of high-skilled positions in the energy industry.
- Expand the “I Got Into Energy” campaign to include additional demographics and integrate into the Get Into Energy web resources.
- Conduct training webinars on Troops to Energy Jobs resources for companies and veterans and increase the number of Troops to Energy Jobs Employers.
- Update Troops to Energy Jobs website content and resources to improve job search capability for veterans.
- Analyze the current state of energy career awareness with state consortia and recommend specific initiatives to close gaps.
Workforce Development/Education – Implement short- and long-term solutions to build a pipeline of skilled workers.
- Increase the use of Get Into Energy Career Pathways credentials and resources by working with member companies to recognize GIE credentials in the recruiting process.
- Repackage EIF modules for use with an expanded audience, such as orientation for new company employees or bootcamps for transitioning workers.
- Identify critical education and upskilling solutions to accelerate learning for the internal energy talent pipeline, including convening for Technical Training organizations.
- Conduct Strategic Linkages webinar series on successful workforce initiatives and solutions for each stage of the GIE pathway.
- Provide support and collect data on results for member implementation of CEWD education modules including EIF, GIE Test Prep, bootcamps, and secondary curriculum.
- Provide support for National Energy Education Network (NEEN) members, and identify and share examples of successful practices.
Member Value and Support – Support the needs of CEWD members.
- Communicate solutions available to expand and improve D & I initiatives through the CEWD Diversity and Inclusion National Template, assessment, and playbook.
- Develop a comprehensive communication plan and implement additional communication pieces that can be used by members and associations to increase understanding of CEWD and successful workforce initiatives.
- Develop and implement a guided assessment and planning tool to assist members with focused implementation of CEWD’s tools and resources.
- Facilitate workforce policy task force with associations and member companies to develop a national workforce policy platform.
- Provide support for the creation and sustaining of State Energy Workforce Consortia through state strategic planning and implementation of workforce initiatives.
- Provide support for contractor members and promote solutions and partnerships for their unique workforce issues.
- Provide consultation and support to members to support their workforce development implementation efforts and increase participation among companies of all sizes and types.
- Conduct and expand member forums including the CEWD Communities of Practice, the 2019 Annual Summit, National Forum, NEEN Convenings, and Regional Meetings.
- Create mutually beneficial alliances with organizations that support and advance CEWD initiatives.
2018 CEWD Accomplishments – Coming soon!
© Center for Energy Workforce Development 2018