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1 120 Day Revised Workplan Due January 29, 2011 revised 02/25/2011 Part A Project Summary (for the full five-year project) (Project Summary section not to exceed two pages) Grantee Name/ Organization: Bergen Community College Grant Number: 90FX0001 Organizational Type: Public/State Controlled Institution of Higher Education Project Name: Northern New Jersey Health Professions Pathways Consortium (NNJHPPC) Provide a general project description: The project s purpose and target populations to be served: NNJHPPC is a region-wide initiative to strengthen and expand health care industry occupational training through workforce readiness and integrated basic skills preparation, workplace supportive services, and occupational skill development leading to certification and employment for TANF and other low income participants including underemployed incumbent healthcare workers, out of school youth and adults who are unemployed or underemployed in low pay positions; young people transitioning out of school into jobs, single mothers, populations that are underrepresented in the workforce, especially people with disabilities. The Consortium covers ten North New Jersey Counties. Provide the total number for all quantifiable goals of the program for the full five years. GOAL 1: Provide TANF and other low-income participants with portable skills, competencies, and credentials needed to secure and retain employment in high demand healthcare sector: - 1.1: At least 5,000 TANF and low-income participants will enroll in healthcare training; - 1.2: 60 percent (3,000 participants) will complete respective programs and earn certification; - 1.3: 70 percent (2,100 participants) that complete training and earn certification will be placed in jobs with healthcare providers; - 1.4: 70 percent (1,470 participants) placed in employment will be retained six months later. GOAL 2: Assist TANF and other low-income participants in advancing along a career pathway towards high-skill, high-wage opportunities in high demand healthcare: - 2.1: 30 percent (900 participants) that complete initial training will enroll in a subsequent training; - 2.2: 90 percent (4,500 participants) will demonstrate awareness of career ladder and training opportunities; - 2.3: 25 percent (525 participants) placed in employment will either be promoted or accept a higher paying position within 18 months of entry into workforce. GOAL 3: Identify and address critical workforce shortages among Project employer partners: - 3.1: 18 healthcare providers per year (90 total) will be enlisted to participate in the proposed training/employment activities; - 3.2: Within 90 days of grant effective date and annually thereafter, employer needs assessment will be updated and integrated into regional training model; - 3.3: In end-of-year survey, 90 percent (81 employers) will rate training activities highly effective in addressing critical workforce shortages. GOAL 4: To formalize relationships among partners by creating a consortium to prepare TANF and other lowincome participants for entry and advancement in the region s healthcare sector: - 4.1: Within 60 days of grant effective date, a regional education and workforce development leadership group will be established to guide project activities; - 4.2: Within 120 days of grant effective date and annually thereafter, project partners will finalize and update a Procedures Handbook for administering project activities on a regional basis and for promoting cross-county communication, collaboration, and resource sharing : Within 12 months of grant effective date, project activities will be integrated into Business Resource Model being implemented by the system of county one-stop centers. List the occupations for which participants will be trained/tested/certified for once they complete the program (all certificate programs unless otherwise noted). - Administrative Medical Assistant - Billing & Coding (CERS) - Certified Clinical Medical Assistant - Certified Home Health Aide - Certified Nursing Assistant - Dental Assistant - Dietary Technology - Diagnostic Medical Sonography 1

2 - EHR Specialist - EMT - Limited Scope Radiography - Medical Transcription - Nursing LPN/RN/BS Option - Paramedic Sciences - Patient Care Technician - Pharmacy Technician - Phlebotomy Technician - Physical Therapy Assistant - Sterile Processing Technician - Telemetry Technician - Associate Degree in Health Sciences Describe the education/ training component (e.g., traditional classroom, distance learning, experiential learning, career pathway models, etc.) Multi-Skilled Healthcare Professional training modules are based on existing and developing curricula at each of ten consortium colleges. In collaboration with industry partners, curricula and instruction will be adjusted for convenient, accessible, and accelerated delivery. Short-term certificate programs reduce time for completion, especially important for TANF and other participants who lack a credential with value in the workplace. Training will be offered day, evening, and weekends; at partner worksites, on campus at community colleges, and on-line via webinars and hybrid coursework. The project will incorporate both online and classroom components. Clinical components of the training modules are provided onsite at partner employer organizations. State when enrollment will begin. Enrollment will begin January 24, List and briefly describe the service components included in the program (support services, case management, job placement, etc.). Assessment, Recruitment and Referral, determination of skills/eligibility and placement. Counseling for supportive assistance; Case Management for follow up assistance in training and on the job; Job Placement to locate and secure employment; Mentoring for ongoing support & guidance; Child Care, Transportation, and Tuition assistance as may be needed; Remedial & workforce readiness instruction to prepare for certificate training; Tutoring for basic skills as well as certificate. Key partners (required and strategic) and how your organizations will be working together to best serve participants. Consortium partners include: - Ten public two-year institutions of higher education in counties of: Bergen, Monmouth (Brookdale), Morris, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Passaic, Sussex, Union, Warren. (primary education/training providers) - Six regional health care industry employers; Meridian Health, Care One of New Jersey, Bayada Nurses, Inc., CVS Pharmacies, Visiting Nurse Association of Central New Jersey, Caring People, Inc. (clinical sites and potential worksites for training completers). Meridian also provides case management, mentoring, and follow-up support for new employees. - Ten county Workforce Investment Boards with corresponding One-Stop Career Centers and county-based social services, Welfare agencies, and community based organizations. (screening, assessment, referral, and case management/follow-up support. - New Jersey State-level Coordinating Entities: New Jersey Department of Human Services, Division of Family; U.S. Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship; New Jersey State Employment and Training Commission, Health Care Workforce Council (Coordinate state-level resources with the regional project) Explain any significant changes to the proposed approach since the time of the original grant application. No significant changes or adjustments. Part B Workplan and Timeline (for the first budget year 09/30/ /29/2011) (Workplan and Timeline section not to exceed three pages) Administrative Milestones: Planned administrative activities that may involve your own or other entities but not 2

3 the clients served. Include all activities that are relevant for your program (some listed may not apply and some items not listed may need to be added as necessary). Item Name and Description Planned Completion Date Hiring of key staff (list key staff positions) -Project Directors 04/1/2011 -Site Coordinators 04/1/2011 Finalization of MOUs (list each MOU) -NJ State Employment and Training Commission (SETC) 03/15/2011 -NJ DOL /Office of Apprenticeship 03/15/2011 -NJ Department of Human Services 03/15/2011 -Bergen County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Essex County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Hudson County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Middlesex County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Monmouth County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Morris County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Passaic County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Sussex County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Union County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Warren County Workforce Investment Boards and One 04/01/2011 -Bayada Nurses, Inc. 06/01/2011 -Care One of New Jersey 06/01/2011 -Caring People, Inc. 06/01/2011 -CVS Pharmacies 06/01/2011 -Visiting Nurse Association of Central NJ 06/01/2011 Awarding of contracts (List each contract) -9 Community College Partners 2/28/2011 -Meridian Health Care 2/14/2011 -Local External Evaluation Contract 12/15/2010 Establish project advisory committees -Project Advisory Committee Committee with representation of members from each partner has been created as a transitional committee 11/17/2010 -Finalized Advisory Committee to provide oversight and guidance (representation from 3/15/2011 presidents or designated vice presidents of partnering organizations). -Steering Committee-comprised of Site Coordinators 4/15/2011 -Executive Committee comprised of elected appointed Steering Committee 4/15/2011 -Financial/Budget Committee (budget directors/fiscal officer at each college) 4/15/2011 -Workforce Development Committee (representatives from each partner college as well as 4/15/2011 the 10 WIB/One Stop Centers and 6 Healthcare Employer partners). -Data Collection-Reporting Committee (Institutional Research/Data Collection person 4/15/2011 assigned by each partner). -Begin enrollment of clients/participants 1/24/2011 -Enrollment in Certification Programs 1/24/2011 -Academic Program Committee 1/24/2011 Project Outputs: Planned activities that you will undertake for the clients served. Include all activities that are relevant for your program (some listed may not apply and some items not listed may need to be added as necessary). Stated projections for the number of clients served should be through the end of this budget year, September 29, Item Name and Description Number of Clients Unduplicated number of clients enrolled Type and intensity of education/ training, broken down by occupation Number of clients enrolled Administrative Medical Assistant (450 hour certificate course 1 year) 44 3

4 Medical Billing and Coding (200 hour course) 15 Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (2 year AAS degree) 35 Certified Electronic Health Record Technician (128 hour course) 15 Certified EMT (120 hour for basic EMT) 35 Certified Dental Assistant (180 hour course) 4 Certified Home Health Aide (76 hour course) 94 Certified Nursing Assistant (90 hour course ) 100 Certified Patient Care Technician (300 hour course) 42 Certified Pharmacy Technician (176 hour course) 73 Certified Phlebotomy Technician (80 hour course) 61 Certified Telemetry Technician (208 hour course) 10 Medical Transcription (94 hour certificate course) 15 Type and intensity of support services, broken down by support services Number of clients - Case management (type): one hour bi-monthly meetings concentrating on training/career plans, eliminating barriers to employment, connecting participant to supportive services (intensity) - Child Care: Available across all 10 Community College partners for direct student support by application from students. Amount varies based on need, other supportive factors and by the length of classes attended (frequency). -Transportation (type): bus passes with amount determined by distance and number of classes attended (intensity) served Academic Support: (background checks, medical liability and testing services) Tutoring Services: for basic skills as well as certificates, available to all based on needs 750 assessment. -Mentoring Services: Consortium wide mentoring is planned and will be supported by all 1000 College Partners and other Health Care Partners. Mentoring may include 1:1 or group mentoring during program participation as well on the job mentoring for those employed. -Tuition Assistance: TANF and other low-income candidates will not incur tuition costs. Tuition is not charged where program costs are covered by the grant. Where program costs are not covered (e.g., in previously developed programs), tuition is grant funded. -Job Placement Assistance: job placement services will be offered Consortium wide, by our 10 Community Colleges and Healthcare Partners, to our candidates who have successfully completed their certifications. -Work Readiness/Job Skills: 260 -Supplemental Programs (ESL, Math, Writing): 162 -Screening and Assessment provided by Meridian Health: 300 Intermediate and End Outcomes: Anticipated changes in the behavior, skills, attitude, situation, or knowledge of the clients served. Include all activities that are relevant for your program (some listed may not apply and some items not listed may need to be added as necessary). Stated projections for the number of clients served should be through the end of this budget year, September 29, Item Name Number/ Percent of Clients Unduplicated number of clients who completed training. 600 / 60% Type of credentials acquired, broken down by occupation (e.g. gaining of a certificate, degree, passing/gaining state licensure, etc.). Administrative Medical Assistant (Certificate) 26 / 60% Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (Certificate) 21 / 60% Certified Dental Assistant (Certificate) 2 / 60% Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (national certification) 9 / 60% Certified EMT (Certificate) 21 / 60% Certified Home Health Aide (state certification) 56 / 60% Certified Medical Transcription (Certificate) 9 / 60% Certified Nursing Assistant (state certification) 60 / 60% Number and percent of clients* 4

5 Certified Patient Care Technician (state and national certification) 25 / 60% Certified Pharmacy Technician (national certification) 44 / 60% Certified Phlebotomy Technician (national certification) 37 / 60% Certified Telemetry Technician (Certificate) 6 / 60% Medical Billing And Coding (national certification) 9 / 60% Nursing LPN(diploma, national examination/state licensure) 21 / 60% Work Readiness/Job Skills 156 / 60% Supplemental Programs (ESL, Math, Writing) 97 / 60% Employment Number and percent of clients** Total who enter employment in the health care sector (by occupation) 378 / 63% Administrative Medical Assistant (Certificate) 16 / 63% Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (Certificate) 13 / 63% Certified Dental Assistant (Certificate) 2 / 63% Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (national certification) 5 / 63% Certified EMT (Certificate) 13 / 63% Certified Home Health Aide (state certification) 36 / 63% Certified Medical Transcription (Certificate) 6 / 63% Certified Nursing Assistant (state certification) 38 / 63% Certified Patient Care Technician (state and national certification) 16 / 63% Certified Pharmacy Technician (national certification) 28 / 63% Certified Phlebotomy Technician (national certification) 23 / 63% Certified Telemetry Technician (Certificate) 4 / 63% Medical Billing And Coding (national certification) 5 / 63% Nursing LPN(diploma, national examination/state licensure) 13 / 63% Work Readiness/Job Skills 98 / 63% Supplemental Programs (ESL, Math, Writing) 62 / 63% Total who enter employment (any sector, includes those employed in the healthcare sector listed above). 420 / 70% Average starting pay (indicate whether hourly, weekly, annual pay) Average Pay For those who entered the health care sector (by occupation) - Certified Nursing Assistant 10.50/hr - Medical Billing And Coding /hr - Certified Home Health Aide 9.00/hr - Certified Phlebotomy Technician /hr - Certified Pharmacy Technician /hr - Certified Patient Care Technician 15.00/hr - Certified EKG Technician /hr - Certified Hemodialysis Technician 15.00/hr - Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist Depends on IT exp - Nurse LPN $27.50/hr For all who entered employment (any sector) * Percent of Clients acquiring credentials calculated as shown: Number of participants receiving the specified credential (for that occupation) Number of participants enrolled in training (for that occupation) Example: 32 participants received a CNA certificate 37 participants enrolled in CNA training = 86% = % of Clients ** Percent of Clients entering employment calculated as shown: Number of participants with employment (for that occupation) Number of participants who terminated (exited) training (for that occupation) for any reason Example: 28 participants employed as a CNA 37 participants who terminated (or exited) CNA training =76% $ $10.00/hr =% of Clients 5

6 For total who enter employment, use total employed and total who terminated (or exited) any kind of training for any reason. 6

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