GBRIA/ABC Make Preparing Center Fast Review

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Industry pioneers and contractual workers built up a casual consent to pay for the school ... Circuit testers. Tower Contractors (boilermakers/welders) Concrete completing (e.g. rebar, ...

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GBRIA/ABC Craft Training Center Quick Overview

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ABC Craft Training Center Overview Craft Training Center was implicit mid 1980's in light of an absence of prepared specialty laborers Industry pioneers and contractual workers built up a casual consent to pay for the school and progressing costs, which has kept going until today

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ABC Training Center Overview Annual Budget $1.2 - $1.5 million Number of Students Graduating 1100 – 1800/year Avg. Taken a toll for every Student Course $833 - $1090 Student Fees $40/course/semester Offering = Skills Assessments, Training and Certification Exams utilizing the NCCER standard (National Center for Construction Education and Research, www.nccer.org )

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Original and Current ABC Funding Methods Original Method 1985 - 1988 1/2 of 1% of straight time compensation for all hours worked by fitting legitimacy shop temporary workers on plant site $25,000 top on every plant Example: Sample Chemical Co. Boilermakers – 2000 hours * $12.5/hr*0.005=$125 Scaffoldbuilders – 1000 hours*10.25/hr*0.005=$51.25 Welders – 5000 hours * $18/hr*0.005=450 Grass cutters – not material Total Fee to Sample Chemical = $626.25

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Original and Current ABC Funding Methods 1989 - 1993  3/4 of 1% of straight time compensation for all hours worked by suitable legitimacy shop contractual workers on plant site. No top

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Original and Current ABC Funding Methods 1994 to present 7 pennies for every hour for all hours worked by fitting legitimacy shop contractual workers on plant site Billing/Collection Contractors incorporate 7 pennies on solicitations to plants ABC Bills Contractors month to month Some plants pay straightforwardly to ABC as opposed to incorporating into installment to temporary workers Either strategy is worthy

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The GBRIA/ABC Agreement GBRIA and ABC built up the accompanying understanding in 1994 which we urge to be incorporated into Contract Language ABC Training Center financing will be paid for all legitimacy shop temporary workers performing support and capital ventures in part offices of the Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance, Inc. (GBRIA) and whose talented work constrain will be basically included nearby work working in the Greater Baton Rouge zone. Individuals from GBRIA consent to repay temporary workers for all on location work at the rate of seven (7) pennies per create hour or pay specifically to the ABC Training Center this sum on a month to month premise. This incorporates all art hours worked for support, cost furthermore, unit cost, and singular amount development for specialty aptitudes recorded in Attachment A. This expense will be paid on worked make hours (in a row and extra minutes) on all development, shop creation and support work.

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Skills Payable Welders Pipefitters Boilermakers Machinists Riggers Millwrights Ironworkers Painters Insulators Carpenters Craft Helpers Tank upkeep (boilermakers/welders) Equipment administrators Instrument fitters/specialists HVAC Brick bricklayers Electricians Tower Contractors (boilermakers/welders) Concrete completing (e.g. rebar, completing & shaping) Plumbing Scaffold Sprinkler Fitting Sheet metal Cooling Tower (millwright, electrical, pipefitter & woodworker) Electrical testing Working foremen Attachment A

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Skills Not Payable Union Professional Janitorial Security X-beam/examination Scale support Electronics Auto repair Supervisors, agents & timekeepers Service/claim to fame Railroad repair/exchanging Refractory Attachment A (Continued)

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Tracking the Funding ABC actualized a web based bookkeeping framework at year end 2003 Plants enter their hours month to month Contractors enter their hours month to month Differences are accommodated amongst GBRIA and ABC to guarantee responsibility

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Enter month to month hours from ABC's site

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Or from the GBRIA site

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GBRIA

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GBRIA

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GBRIA/ABC Joint Taskforce Mission Ensure that the ABC Craft Training Center meets make preparing incredibleness expected by the more noteworthy Baton Rouge modern group while giving a cost focused instructive open door now and into the future Members GBRIA – 4 plant delegates and staff ABC – Chair & Vice Chair of ICC Vice Chair of Education & Manpower from ABC Executive Committee Chair & Vice Chair of Education & Manpower Committee ABC staff Meets quarterly

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GBRIA/ABC Joint Taskforce Key Objectives Meet budgetary prerequisites Maintain NCCER accreditation Provide educational programs that meets the business needs Ensure that other financing thoughts/issues are exchanged to suitable committee(s) inside ABC and GBRIA. Manage and enhance current financing instrument. Asset administration. Key Measures of Success 80% maintenance of art preparing understudies 90% of graduates accomplishing cut score on composed appraisal 100% gathering of temporary worker work hours reported.

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GBRIA/ABC Taskforce 2006 Goals Increase enlistment Change display from night school for mechanical contractual workers to likewise incorporate a day school open to open

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