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Final Draft Local Plan PY24-27 Work facilitated, published and supported by: Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 1

LOCAL PLAN CONTENTS LOCAL PLAN CONTENTS . 2 SECTION 1 – INFRASTRUCTURE . 5 Iowa State Governor . 5 State Workforce Development Board . 5 Iowa Workforce Development . 5 DESCRIPTION OF LOCAL WORKFORCE AREA. 6 Name of the LWDA . 6 LWDA Counties . 6 ECIWDB Member Roster . 6 Fiscal Agent . 7 ECIWDB Staff . 7 WIOA Title I Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youth service providers . 7 One-Stop Operator . 7 Office Locations in the Local Area . 8 Process to Draft Local Plan . 8 SECTION 2 – STRATEGIC PLANNING ELEMENTS . 9 Data Analysis – Methods and Resources . 9 Why is this Analysis Important? . 9 Types of Data Analytics Used . 9 Data Analysis Best Practices Used . 10 Visualization Tools Used . 10 Economic Analysis . 11 NAICS Classification of In-Demand and Emerging Industry . 11 Primary Information Sources In-Demand & Emerging Industry Determination . 12 EconoVue - Net Job Gain Chart (updated with Dec 2023 data) . 12 2024 Number of Employed, Number of Businesses and Average Salary Data Chart . 13 East Central Iowa Projected Job Growth Table IWD LMI . 14 Employer needs . 16 Workforce Analysis. 18 Knowledge and Skills Need Summary . 18 Employment needs of employers . 24 Available Workforce Analysis Summary . 27 Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 2

Workforce Development, Education and Training Analysis . 32 Strengths and weaknesses of workforce development activities . 32 Vision to Support Growth and Economic Sufficiency . 33 Strategic Vision Framework . 33 State of Iowa Strategic Vision, Goals and Strategies . 34 East Central Iowa Local Workforce Development Board . 35 ECIWDB Strategies . 35 East Central Iowa - Integrated Service Delivery . 36 East Central Iowa One Stop Strategies . 36 SECTION 3 – IowaWORKS SYSTEM COORDINATION. 37 Overview . 37 ONE STOP STRATEGIES – COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION . 37 OSS 1. Integrate and focus One Stop work using the IowaWORKS customer lifecycle journey. . 37 OSS 2. Target job placement efforts using “good job principles” and “employment first values” in our work with employers and jobseekers. . 38 OSS 3. Invest in local Core Partner staff to ensure they have access to resources, knowledge, skills and a supportive work environment that promotes a customer first/customer service mindset. . 40 OSS 4. Codify and reinforce compliant and effective processes with Iowa Workforce Development to provide high-quality service to local customers through integrated service delivery. . 41 WIOA Partners – State and Local . 42 ECIWDB Role in Eligible Training Provider Program (20 CFR 680.430(c) . 44 Memorandum of Understanding . 44 Contributions of One-Stop partners . 44 Use of One Stop Certification Standards . 45 Reinforcement of ECIWDB Structure, Scope and Responsibilities . 45 Title I - Adult and Dislocated Worker Employment and Training Activities . 47 Adult Eligibility Determination . 47 Dislocated Worker Eligibility. 47 Adult and DW Program Descriptions. 48 Coordination of Rapid Response Activities . 48 Title I Youth Program . 50 Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 3

Individual Training Accounts . 52 Title I Support Services & Transportation . 53 Priority of Services Policy. 53 ECIWDB Procurement. 55 WIOA Title I and Title II Coordination . 55 Wagner-Peyser Act Services Integration . 57 Title I Adult Program Goals . 58 Title I Dislocated Worker Program Goals . 58 Title I Youth Program Goals. 59 Additional Indicators of Performance . 59 Becoming a High Performing Workforce Board . 59 Public Comment Process . 59 Assurances . 60 Definitions. 61 Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 4

SECTION 1 – INFRASTRUCTURE This section describes the East Central Iowa Workforce System. (20 CFR 679) Iowa State Governor The Governor designates representatives to serve on the State Workforce Board, consults with those in the workforce system to determine LWAs and ensures performance metrics are being evaluated by the state workforce agency, Iowa Workforce Development. State Workforce Development Board The State Workforce Development Board (SWDB) represents a wide variety of individuals, businesses, and organizations throughout the State. SWDBs lead and guide the State’s implementation of WIOA, which requires aligning Federal investments in job training, integrating service delivery across programs so workforce investments are job-driven and match employers with skilled workers. Iowa Workforce Development Iowa Workforce Development Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) is a state agency committed to providing employment services for individual job seekers through our IowaWORKS partnership. Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 5

DESCRIPTION OF LOCAL WORKFORCE AREA Name of the LWDA East Central Iowa Workforce Area LWDA Counties Benton, Cedar, Iowa, Johnson, Jones, Linn, and Washington counties. ECIWDB Member Roster List below is organized in alphabetical order. ECIWDB and Executive Committee Chairperson: Ashley Ferguson (*) denotes membership on the Executive Committee that provides “big picture” guidance on ECIWDB compliance, finance and operational needs. Last Name First Name Title/Role Organization County Auliff Bellach Matthew Erica Operations Manager Director of Marketing Iowa Workforce Development Thompson Truck & Trailer Linn Cedar Rapids, Linn *Ferguson Ashley TrueNorth Companies Marion, Linn Gust Christine Training and Development Consultant Human Resources Generalist University of Iowa Heath Care Hiawatha, Linn HasakisFlaucher Larson Stephanie Kirkwood Community College Iowa City, Johnson Ryan Learning & Development Manager Director of Strategy Collins Aerospace Cedar Rapids, Linn Mateer Holly Rehabilitation Supervisor IVRS Marion, Linn *McCoy Cari CEO Clickstop Inc. Cedar Rapids, Linn Moyle Rick Executive Director Center Point, Linn Perez Daniel Commercial Product Manager Hawkeye Area Labor Council AFL-CIO Bankers Trust *Rathje Robert Ty University of Iowa Center for Advancement Metro Pavers Johnson *Reckling Organizational Development Manager Strategy & Org Development Sadler Mike II Business Manager Cedar Rapids, Linn *Stomp Ana Wilkins Liam Lucy Houdshell Dean Director Of Engineer Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 125 Board of Regents, State of Iowa New Leader Manufacturing Linn Schneekloth Economic Development Specialist Apprenticeship Training Director Internal Auditor Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 125 City of Cedar Rapids Munsterman Stefanie Executive Director Cedar Rapids Civil Rights Commission Linn Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 Robins, Linn Johnson Marion, Linn Johnson Linn 6

Fiscal Agent Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center 2317 Rick Collins Way Eldora IA 50627 Phone: 641-858-3852 Primary Point of Contact (POC): Kassie Ruth ECIWDB Staff Executive Director, Liz Rodriguez The Executive Director of the East Central Iowa Workforce Development Board (ECIWDB) is the chief executive officer reporting to the Board. In this position the Executive Director is responsible for the leadership, guidance and technical expertise in the area of workforce development for the local area, and staff support for the functioning of the ECIWDB, which includes but is not limited to the development of policy, procedure and recordkeeping systems to ensure program compliance with all applicable legislation and regulation including WIOA. The activities of the Executive Director are intended to advance the goal that the area served by the ECIWDB that include, but are not limited to: Program Development and Management, Economic Development, Board Development and Relationship Building. WIOA Title I Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youth service providers Kirkwood Community College (KCC) 6301 Kirkwood Blvd. SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52404 Phone: 319-398-5411 One-Stop Operator A consortium of Core Partner entities is East Central Iowa’s one-stop operator and includes a minimum of three of the one-stop partners described in § 678.400. The one-stop operator operates supports integrated service delivery at the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City IowaWORKS Centers. Title I and Title II. Carla Andorf, Dean, Workforce Services Title II. Stephanie Hasakis Flaucher, Associate Director, Secondary Programs Title III. Matthew Auliff, Title III Operations Manager Title IV. Monica Brockway, Rehabilitation Supervisor Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 7

Office Locations in the Local Area Cedar Rapids IowaWORKS Center Lindale Mall, 4444 1st Avenue NE, Suite #436 Cedar Rapids, IA 52402 Phone: 319-365-9474 Iowa City IowaWORKS Satellite Office Eastdale Plaza, 1700 S 1st Avenue, Suite 11B Iowa City, IA 52240-6036 Phone: 319-351-1035 Process to Draft Local Plan Research Public Meetings Public Comment Board Approval Research Dec. -Jan. - Review Unified State Plan as well as labor market data and population-specific information to establish or re-establish areas of highest workforce development need. Public Meetings Feb. - Hold public meetings on key aspects of the plan including career pathways, pipeline development through work-based learning and program goals/outcomes to solicit partner and public input. Public Comment Feb. 23 – March 15 - Make plan available for required number of days for public comment. Board Approval March 28 - Final review of Local Plan will occur for submission to ECIWDB approval and submission to Iowa Workforce Development on April 1. Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 8

SECTION 2 – STRATEGIC PLANNING ELEMENTS This section includes an overview of data analysis methods used to evaluate economic conditions, including existing and emerging in-demand industry sectors and occupations. (20 CFR 679.560 (a) (1)) Data Analysis – Methods and Resources The following data sets were used collectively to determine the outcomes found in this section: Bureau of Labor Statistics numerical data from Iowa Workforce Development Labor Market Information Division Dun and Bradstreet numerical data O’NET Data Survey data from local East Central Iowa Businesses and Kirkwood Community College Reviewing Livable Wage Information from Common Good Iowa *Local Plan targets WIOA jobseeker placements into industries and occupations where the average wage is at or above a livable wage Why is this Analysis Important? Better outreach: By analyzing our outreach activities we can find out what worked and what didn’t. This will help create more effective campaigns in the future. Effective decisions: Using insights from data analytics, you can make smarter business decisions that can better meet the needs of jobseekers and businesses Greater efficiency: Data analytics can show you where there are inefficiencies. You can then streamline processes and improve productivity. Happier customers: Analytics can also help you improve customer service. How? By giving you insights into jobseeker and business expectations and satisfaction. Types of Data Analytics Used Descriptive – Used to try to explain “what happened?” Diagnostic – Used to try to explain “Why did it happen?” Predictive – Used to try to explain “What will happen?” Prescriptive - Used to try to explain “How can we make it happen?” Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 9

Data Analysis Best Practices Used We checked the analysis against our experiences during listening and feedback sessions. We did not use or highlight outcomes based on our personal interests or what we wanted to see. We took note when a sample size was small or biased towards one group and ensured multiple sources of information were used with larger data sets to avoid missing important information or drawing incorrect conclusions. We compared results with nationally validated benchmarks and results of similar studies and evaluated how our results fit within the wider market. We provide context to tell a story with the data that relates to ECI LWA needs. We used data from the original source and made sure it's no more than one or two years old when possible. (The Average Wage data is from Bureau of Labor Statistics and is current as of 2020) We checked our data for missing values and other errors and checked our analysis if errors were found. We did our best to choose the right visualization for data. Visualization Tools Used Source: s/ Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 10

Economic Analysis After a review of the data sets listed in this section, the ECIWDB identified the following indemand industry sectors and occupations to focus workforce activity efforts. Livable wages for East Central Iowa were an important consideration of which jobs lead to careers. NAICS Classification of In-Demand and Emerging Industry 1-Healthcare & Social Assistance: NAICS Code 62. Ambulatory Health Care 621111, 621210, 621112 Hospitals General Medical and Surgical Health 6221 SOC Codes: SOC 21, 29 and 31 2-Public Admin/Educational Services: NAICS Code 61 & 92. Schools, Colleges and Universities 6113 SOC Codes: SOC 25 3-Manufacturing: NAICS Code 31-33. Transportation Equipment, Aerospace product and parts manufacturing 3364 Petroleum, Chemical, Plastics, Machinery, Plastics 3261 Soap, Cleaning Compound 3256, Food & Beverage 311 - 312, Grain and oilseed milling 3112 Machinery 333, Agriculture, Construction 3331 and Commercial and Service Industry 3333 Computer, Electrical Equipment 334 - 335 SOC Codes: SOC 51 (production occupations) 4-Construction: NAICS Code 23. Building Construction 2361 Building Equipment 2382 SOC Codes: SOC 47 5-Professional Services: NAICS Code 54. (emerging) Management and Technical Consulting 5416 Architecture and Engineering 5413 Computer Systems Design 5415 SOC Codes: SOC 17 (Engineering) 6-Information Based Industries: NAICS Code 51. (emerging) Telecommunications 517 Internet Publishing 5162 SOC Codes: SOC 15 (computer and mechanical) Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 11

Primary Information Sources In-Demand & Emerging Industry Determination Net Job Gain over the last five years in East Central Iowa We first looked at the Projected Growth info from IWD and compared EconoVue data looking at current number of people employed and number of businesses by NAICS code including the AVG salary to determine the best determination of emerging and in-demand industries. We also looked at EconoVue data showing industries with the greatest growth over the last 5 years. EconoVue - Net Job Gain Chart (updated with Dec 2023 data) Professional Services, Construction, Manufacturing, Public Administration/ Education Services, Information Based Industries Health Care EconoVue - Net Job Loss Chart (updated with Dec 2023 data) Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 12

Specific Jobs Projected to Grow in East Central Iowa (2020 – 2030) that fall within the indemand and emerging industries listed above include those provided in the table below. It is important to note that any jobs listed in the original data set that pay less than a *Livable Wage will not be identified as a target for Career Pathway development in the East Central Iowa IowaWORKS Centers. 2024 Number of Employed, Number of Businesses and Average Salary Data Chart Employment # of Businesses AVG Wage Title & NAICS Code 2024 2024 2020 *Health Care- 62 43,050 2,276 49,406.13 *Pub Admin/Educational Services -61 &92 41,760 1,181 52,241.62 Retail Stores 29,299 2,830 31,131.81 *Manufacturing – 31-33 23,493 933 73,457.68 Eating and Drinking 17,820 1,234 16,736.38 *Professional Services - 54 17,328 2,556 76,745.23 *Construction -23 16,011 2,668 61,841.54 Services 13,792 3,119 41,360.57 Administrative and Support Services 10,860 1,834 36,080.57 *Information-Based Industries - 51 7,921 517 77,174.35 Wholesale 7,776 1005 71,606.86 Transportation 6,556 800 46,256.79 Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, Fitness 6,300 614 20,992.89 Insurance Carriers and Related Activities 5,526 433 73,207.25 Finance 5,469 715 80,615.40 Hotels and Accommodations 5,397 240 24,261.86 Real Estate 4,847 1,119 68,474.83 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing, Hunting 4,439 1,930 43,019.38 Warehousing and Delivery 2,031 171 45,977.98 Legal Services 2,020 355 65,274.29 Rental and Leasing Services 985 183 44,860.49 Utilities 841 60 n/a Waste Management and Remediation 749 78 60,996.70 Mining 171 24 61,848.36 Management of Companies 108 42 82,559.35 *Denotes NAICS Title and Code where AVG wage is a livable wage for ECI LWA AND where a 5 year net gain in employment was found in EconoVue - Net Job Gain Chart (updated with Dec 2023 data) Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 13

East Central Iowa Projected Job Growth Table IWD LMI Any areas highlighted in green below were considered as candidates to add to the in-demand and emerging industry list that will guide ECI LWA workforce efforts in the next three years. This chart further validates and was used to compare the original EconoVue charts listing areas of most job creation over the past 5 years. East Central Projections (2020 - 2030) Number and Title of ECI LWA In-Demand Industry NAICS Code 2030 Projected Employment 45,700 10,840 9,880 7,295 8,250 16,900 Total Growth % Change 611 621 238 624 623 622 2020 Estimated Employment 33,315 8,265 7,975 5,760 6,940 15,665 2-Educational Services 1-Ambulatory Health Care Services 4-Specialty Trade Contractors 1-Social Assistance 1-Nursing and Residential Care Facilities 1-Hospitals 5-Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 4-Construction of Buildings 6-Publishing Industries 3-Food Manufacturing 3-Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 4-Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction 3-Plastics and Rubber Products 3-Chemical Manufacturing 3-Machinery Manufacturing 3-Miscellaneous Manufacturing 6-Motion Picture and Sound Recording 3-Electrical Equipment, Appliance and Component Manufac. 12,385 2,575 1,905 1,535 1,310 1,235 37.2% 31.2% 23.9% 26.6% 18.9% 7.9% 541 236 511 311 336 237 326 325 333 339 512 8,820 2,465 1,200 4,410 595 1,520 1,660 2,200 2,290 1,165 125 9,875 3,160 1,570 4,735 915 1,785 1,855 2,375 2,445 1,290 245 1,055 695 370 325 320 265 195 175 155 125 120 12.0% 28.2% 30.8% 7.4% 53.8% 17.4% 11.7% 8.0% 6.8% 10.7% 96.0% 335 3,560 3,675 115 3.2% Source: Labor Market and Economic Research Bureau, Iowa Workforce Development Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 14

Livable Wage Information After reviewing the information below, the ECIWDB established earnings of 19.19 an hour as a target livable wage for workforce activities. Source: commongoodiowa.org Cost of Living in Iowa 2022 Common Good Iowa Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 15

Employer needs This section compared responses from Kirkwood Community College 2024 Skills Survey and the 2023 IWD LMI Division workforce study and found almost an exact match in responses. Lack of Qualified Job Candidates ECI LWA Employer Challenges Turnover/ Small Labor Pool Attrition Source: 2023 Iowa Workforce Needs Assessment Survey Results for East Central Iowa Workforce Development Area Top Reasons Employer Rejected Applicant 70.0% 60.0% 57.4% 50.0% 44.4% 42.0% 40.0% 34.9% 30.0% 19.5% 20.0% 10.0% 0.0% Does not show up for Interview Lack of Experience Attitude Does not meet education/training requirements Failure to Pass Background Check Source: 2023 Iowa Workforce Needs Assessment Survey Results for East Central Iowa Workforce Development Area Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 16

Knowledge and Skills Needs Employer Responses 10 Specific Skills Lacking in Applicants 50% 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% 43% 42% 41% 39% 27% 27% 24% 21% 21% 21% Source: 2023 Iowa Workforce Needs Assessment Survey Results for East Central Iowa Workforce Development Area Top Skills Needed Active Listening Complex Problem Solving Critical Thinking Coordination Speaking Judgement and Decision Making Reading Comprehension Montioring Source: 2020-2030 East Central Iowa LWDA Occupational Projections data Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 17

Workforce Analysis This section will address knowledge and skills needed to meet the employment needs of businesses in East Central Iowa taking into consideration workforce availability. (20 CFR 679.560 (a) (2) – (3)) Knowledge and Skills Need Summary The knowledge and skills needed to meet the employment needs of employers in the local area, including employment needs in in-demand industry sectors and occupations are as follows. 4 out of 6 of the In-Demand and Emerging Industry Sectors primarily require a degree or post-secondary credential/certificate 2 out of 6 of the In-Demand and Emerging Industry Sectors primarily require job training. Healthcare and Social Assistance Industry Code SOC 21, 29 and 31 Education Needs: Degree or Credential is the PRIMARY PATHWAY Work Experience Needs: None/Minimal Job Training Needs: Minimal Education Needs 8 7 7 6 6 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 1 0 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations Healthcare Support Occupations Doctoral or Professional degree Master's degree Bachelor's degree Associate's degree Postsecondary non-degree award Some college, no degree High school diploma or equivalent No formal Educational credential Source: 2020-2030 East Central Iowa LWDA Occupational Projections data Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 18

Educational Services Industry Code SOC 25 Education Needs: Degree or Credential is the PRIMARY PATHWAY Work Experience Needs: Minimal Job Training Needs: None Education Needs 16 14 14 13 12 10 8 6 4 3 2 1 1 1 1 0 Education Doctoral or Professional degree Master's degree Bachelor's degree Associate's degree Postsecondary non-degree award Some college, no degree High school diploma or equivalent No formal Educational credential Source: 2020-2030 East Central Iowa LWDA Occupational Projections data Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 19

Manufacturing Industry Code SOC 51 (production occupations) Education Needs: Minimal Work Experience Needs: Minimal Job Training Needs: PRIMARY PATHWAY Moderate, Long- and Short-Term On-the-job Training Job Training Needs 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Manufacturing Apprenticeship Internship/residency Long-term on-the-job training Moderate-term on-the-job training None Short-term on-the-job training Source: 2020-2030 East Central Iowa LWDA Occupational Projections data Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 20

Construction Industry SOC 47 Education Needs: Degree or Credential None/minimal Work Experience Needs: Minimal Job Training Needs: PRIMARY PATHWAY Moderate, short-term on-the-job training and Apprenticeship Job Training Needs 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Construction Apprenticeship Internship/residency Long-term on-the-job training Moderate-term on-the-job training None Short-term on-the-job training Source: 2020-2030 East Central Iowa LWDA Occupational Projections data Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 21

Professional Services Industry Code SOC 17 (Engineering) Education Needs: Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degree PRIMARY PATHWAY Work Experience Needs: None Job Training Needs: None Education Needs 6.2 6 6 5.8 5.6 5.4 5.2 5 5 4.8 4.6 4.4 Engineering Doctoral or Professional degree Master's degree Bachelor's degree Associate's degree Postsecondary non-degree award Some college, no degree High school diploma or equivalent No formal Educational credential Source: 2020-2030 East Central Iowa LWDA Occupational Projections data Final Draft – Version 3 - March 1,2024 22

Information Based Industry SOC 15 (computer and mechanical) Education Needs: Degree or Credential PRIMAY PATHWAY Work

Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 125 Linn Schneekloth Lucy Internal Auditor Board of Regents, State of Iowa Johnson Houdshell Dean Director Of Engineer New Leader Manufacturing Linn Munsterman Stefanie Executive Director Cedar Rapids Civil Rights Commission Linn . Final Draft - Version 3 - March 1,2024 7 .

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