Due to the structure and limited funding of the Brownfields JT Initiative, local organizations must develop efficient, leveraged programs with dual objectives of maximizing participant placement and becoming sustainable workforce development programs.

Effective partnering, leveraging, community and labor market assessments (LMA), curriculum development, student recruitment, participant retention, placement, and tracking are just a few of the many critical activities that program developers must address.

Environmental Job Training Programs: Critical Components and Best Practices provides an insight into the best practices and strategies that successful JT programs have used over the years. Each topic in the guide presents the critical components associated with successful and sustainable JT programs.


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