Job Training That Gets Results: Ten Principles of Effective Employment Programs
AbstractBernick organizes the operational and policy lessons he learned from his five-year tenure as EDD director (and for more than 25 years in the job training field) into “Ten Principles." These principles, enlightened by the successes and failures of several training programs implemented in California before, during, and since his stint as EDD director, are aimed at policymakers and professionals who administer training programs in both the private and the public sector.
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