By Howard S. Bloom
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These courses were three-week exposures to each occupation, offered on a flexible open-entry, open-exit basis. Their primary goal was to familiarize trainees with an occupation and enable them to be comfortable in an entry-level job interview. OJT was used by SEE to place participants in a number of different jobs. This option was motivated by many of the same forces discussed above. As was the case for SER/JOBS, the staff at SEE felt that OJT had been underfunded relative to other program activities.
Bloom New York University 1990 Page ii Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Bloom, Howard S. Bloom. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Displaced workersServices forTexasCase studies. Occupational retrainingTexas Case studies. Title. 12'8dc20 90-12909 CIP Copyright © 1990 W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research 300 S. Westnedge Avenue Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007 THE INSTITUTE, a nonprofit research organization, was established on July 1, 1945. It is an activity of the W.
It had been two decades since the nation had focused on worker displacement (very briefly, in the initial years of the 1962 Manpower Development and Training Act), and there was little in the way of program experience or research findings to help direct this major federal initiative. Hence, funds were made available to the states, but there was very little guidance for the use of these funds. To help fill this knowledge gap, a forward-thinking and innovative group at the Texas Department of Community Affairs embarked on a demonstration program to study the design, implementation, impacts and costs of a combination of job-search assistance and occupational skills training for displaced workers.
Back to work: testing reemployment services for displaced workers by Howard S. Bloom