CEWDCenter for Energy Workforce Development
CEWDContinuing Education/Workforce Development (various locations)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
According to the CEWD's projections, by 2020, almost half the nation's skilled workforce may need to be replaced due to retirement or attrition.
"The program at Estrella Mountain is a best-in-class example of Get Into Energy Career Pathways," says CEWD Executive Director Ann Randazzo.
Harrington agrees: "The Get Into Energy program arid partnership between CEWD and EMCC is a perfect model or how building a talent pipeline for all industry clusters should work."
Harrington pointed out that CEWD uses Kuder[R] Journey, the postsecondary and adult version of Kuder's online education and career planning system, for its "Get Into Energy Career Pathways fir Low Income Young Adults" initiative.
"It was through APS's involvement with the CEWD that we were brought into the mix," says Goodman.
The CEWD devised an energy competency model focused on developing baseline energy employability skills that are essential to any job.
The CEWD competency model is an excellent complement to the newly adopted Arizona Employability Skills Standards developed by the Arizona Skills Standards Commission.
Ralph Izzo, head of CEWD and chairman, president and CEO of New Jersey-based PSEG, said that the timing of the collaboration is good.
* ACTE spoke at an education summit hosted by the Center for Energy Workforce Development (CEWD).