The AEP office, in partnership with WestEd, is hosting Data and Accountability trainings on new data tools to support the consortium 3-year planning processes. These training days will be offered in person in each region and will focus on three types of data and tools important to planning: Community need and customer segmentation data; Labor market information and supply and demand tools; The LaunchBoard Adult Education Data Pipeline. These full day training sessions will help practitioners understand how to use community, economic, and student data to inform consortium planning. This training will be a mix of tool demonstrations and hands on exploration where practitioners can generate and explore questions about their consortium and regional data and do preliminary exploration of key issues they may want to address in their consortium. Practitioners will work with their own data for these sessions. Each session will leverage regional assets including the Centers of Excellence for Labor Market Research and other regional training experts. Consortia will be asked to identify teams to participate as that will enhance the training and exploration experience.
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