Resource Materials and
California is a
national leader in investing in basic skills development in the
workplace. Its commitment reflects the reality that many
Californian workers have ESL and literacy needs which must be
met in order for them to be as productive as possible.
The Public School Adult
Education Programs are the primary delivery system of a
broad based curriculum in the areas of Basic
Reading, Writing and Math Skills for Adults; Adult
High School Diploma and General Education Development
Certificate; English as a Second Language;
Apprenticeship and Short Term High Employment
Potential Career Preparation, among others.
Materials and Providers
The State Literacy
Resource Center of California is a comprehensive,
co-operative network of literacy providers and provides a
framework for their collaborative activities. It also
develops and shares innovative instructional and learning
Training Institute delivers customer-focused
consulting, training and economic development services to San
Diego individuals, businesses, and government agencies. ETI is a
full-service training organization specializing in assessing
your training needs and developing solutions that increase
productivity, quality, and the ability to adapt to rapid changes
in the workplace.
California Training & Education Providers (CTEP)
database is a comprehensive source of training
providers in California and an excellent guide to local training
information. You can search the CTEP database of more than
2,600 training providers using various criteria.
and Cross-Cultural Education Program offers teaching
materials on cultural differences, cultural awareness, ethnic
studies, international studies, and multicultural education.
Interdisciplinary lessons and tools include cooperative group
Workforce Association provides
training for individuals working in the California workforce
development system. Training is funded by the State of
California and registration fees.
The staff of the Employee
Training Institute's Workplace Learning Resource Centre work
with employers to conduct workplace needs analysis and
assessment of basic skills. They will also assist employers with
creating customized curriculum to address basic skills needs in
Brandon Hall provides
information, trends, best practices, tools and vendors about
using technology for learning to help employers make the right
decisions for their organization.
state Employment Training Panel (ETP) and the California
Chamber of Commerce have
joined forces to help inform employers about the training
funding ETP makes available to qualified employers. The
California Chamber helps guide businesses through the ETP
application and funding process.
connects you to employment, education and training services
provided through local, State, and Federal programs.
WorkNet is the name for California's One-Stop Career Center
System, a statewide network of conveniently
located centers that each provide employment, education, and
training services all in one place.
Student Aid Commission provides information on the state's
education programs, colleges and universities, financial aid
assistance programs, grants, scholarships, continuing education
programs, and career opportunities.
and Technical Assistance Network (CA) offers
specialized information and reference services for adult
educators and maintains collections, including the California
adult education archives, adult education current practices, and
adult education technology.
This report, published by the
Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy, compares
selected adult basic education program characteristics of community
college and non-community college programs in five
states. The comparison is based on comparable data collected by
CASAS (Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System).
in Community Colleges (pdf, 436 KB)
Green-Collar Jobs Campaign, an Ella Baker Centre Initiative (pdf)
This guidebook provides an
overview of green-collar job training programsí current status
and emphasizes elements of a successful program. Case studies
and training models are included which describe a number of
green-collar job training programs in the State of California.
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Last updated: December 6, 2010.