Deputy Sector Navigator - Information Communications Technologies (ICT)/Digital Media at Inland Empire/Desert Region
Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)/Digital Media
Economic and Workforce Development (EWD) is an integral part of the California Community Colleges and its Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy framework, investing funding and resources in information & communication technology and digital media.
Both users and producers face a continuing rapid evolution of technology that renders the in-demand skills of today the minimum skills of tomorrow. The ICT-Digital Media Sector Team is a first ever-statewide community college organization of education workforce professionals that are focused on supplying in-demand skilled worker solutions for your business challenges.
Greater Los Angeles Area
Deputy Sector Navigator - Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)/Digital Media at Inland Empire/Desert Region
Primary objective is to supply in-demand skills for employers.
The ICT-Digital Media Sector Team is a first ever statewide community college organization of education workforce professionals that are focused upon this need. Assigned to represent each of California's regional economies and unified as a team, the regional Deputy Sector Navigators of the ICT- Digital Media Sector help accomplish four goals:
1.Supply in-demand skills for employers.
2.Create relevant pathways and stackable credentials.
3.Get Californians into Open Jobs.
4.Promote student success.
Recognizing that we serve both business and the 'learning' public of California. Accordingly, our assessment of the industry and the workforce calls for us to develop and communicate career pathways for experienced adults as well as high school graduates.
Logistics Technology Manager, Professional Development Center at San Bernardino Community College District
I am in charge of developing, coordinating and delivering training programs and skill standards certifications for the Southern California Logistics Technology Collaborative (SCLTC) in partnership with participating community colleges (Riverside College, Long Beach City College, Los Angeles East College, and San Bernardino Valley College) and employers.