NAWB and NC3 Announce Partnership

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WORKFORCE BOARDS AND NC3 ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP TO STRENGTHEN WORKFORCE ALIGNMENT     

The National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) and the National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3) are pleased to announce a partnership that will further their common mission to connect a knowledgeable and skilled workforce with the needs of business and industry. NAWB and NC3 believe that through this collaboration the workforce development boards and industry can meet their respective objectives.  The partnership between NAWB-NC3 will:

  1. Facilitate building awareness and strong relationships between the industry sectors represented by NC3 and the workforce development
  2. Collaborate on building awareness and utilization of NC3 training and certification programs aligned with industry workforce needs that enable workforce development boards to reach a broad cross section of
  3. Engage in sharing information and best practices that promote strong partnerships and economic

“NAWB is committed to the advancement of our nation’s workforce,” said NAWB CEO Ron Painter. “Closing the skills gap requires partnerships between industry and workforce boards. We know how critical it is for workforce development boards to have the information, support and engagement of industry if they are to address both individual and local economic needs. This partnership with NC3 will help the workforce development system meet the evolving needs of the transportation, aviation, manufacturing, construction trades, and energy industry sectors.”

“NC3 looks forward to working with the national network of workforce boards across the country to deliver world-class industry developed training and certifications that match the exact needs of employers for the jobs of today and tomorrow”, stated Roger Tadajewski, CEO of NC3. “This will be accomplished through our national network of educational partners deploying the robust suite of NC3 industry-driven certifications reaching every community in America while also identifying and developing new certifications for emerging technologies.”

Information on the industry will be regularly shared with the workforce development boards through NAWB publications, podcasts, conferences, and a website that will highlight opportunities within the industry.  Likewise, information on how to effectively connect and work with the Boards will be shared by NC3 with its industry and educational institution members across the country.

About National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB)

The National Association of Workforce Boards (NAWB) supports its members through a comprehensive program of advocacy, training and technical assistance, communication, and the promotion of strategic partnerships for the advancement of our nation’s workforce. For more information on NAWB, visit www.nawb.org, and to see how investments in workforce development keep Americans working, go to WorkforceInvestmentWorks.com

About National Coalition of Certification Centers (NC3)

NC3 was established to address the need for strong industry partnerships with educational institutions to develop, implement and sustain industry-recognized portable certifications that have strong validation and assessment standards. NC3 is a network of education providers and corporations that supports, advances and validates new and emerging technology skills in the transportation, aviation, Manufacturing, Construction Trades and energy industry sectors. Visit www.nc3.net to review list of industry partners, member educational institutions and certification training offered.

CONTACT:

Kenny Cunningham

communications@nawb.org

NC3Admin - NC3 is a network of education providers and corporations that supports, advances and validates new and emerging technology skills in the transportation, aviation and energy industry sectors.

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