• Overview

    Since 2007, the Ohio Workforce Coalition brings together leaders from education and training institutions, economic and workforce development organizations, business and industry, labor, and human service providers. The Coalition promotes public policies that build the skills of adult workers, meet employer skill needs, and strengthen the workforce system to ensure opportunity and prosperity for Ohio families.
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NAWDP and NAWB Seek YOUR Input

Dear Colleague:

Many times we tell our customers to add to their career portfolio by obtaining industry-recognized credentials.

The National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP) and the National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) have joined forces to identify how credentials play a part in our own profession – the workforce development profession.

We ask that you take about 12 minutes to complete a survey about the use of credentialing in the workforce development profession to help us strengthen our efforts to improve the effectiveness of our nation’s workforce development system.

The survey will be available until September 10, 2010. We will be happy to share a copy of the survey report with anyone who requests it.

Thank you for your continued support of workforce development and please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Bridget Brown

Executive Director

National Association of Workforce Development Professionals (NAWDP)

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