Our apologies. The address and RSVP information were omitted from the previous announcement. Following is the complete announcement.
Bucks County Long Term Care Consortium General Meeting
Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 9:00am
Breakfast to be Provided by Solana starting at 8:30am
Workforce Challenges: Recruiting and Retaining a Skilled Workforce for Healthcare & Long Term Care Facilities
Speaker: Emily Evans
RSVP: email@example.com or call (215) 343-0123
Location: The Solana Doylestown/Warrington
1621 Easton Road, Warrington, PA 18976
Emily Evans, workforce professional with 20+ years experience in helping Bucks and Montgomery County employers meet their needs in hiring, training, and retaining employees, will address some of the workforce development issues facing healthcare and long term care facilities today. She will discuss possible solutions and highlight the available services and grant programs available to area businesses through the Bucks County Workforce Development Board and PA CareerLink® and will offer suggestions on how you might utilize these free services to meet your workforce development needs.
Presenter Information: As Business Development Manager supporting both the Bucks County Workforce Development Board and the PA CareerLink®, Emily works to increase employer awareness of available, no cost services for workforce solutions and build opportunities to connect youth and adult workers with good jobs and career pathways. She regularly meets with employers to present and discuss industry-specific labor market data, employment trends, and available workforce development services and programs. Previously, she spent 10+ years with Bucks County Community College (BCCC) developing and delivering continuing education training programs to meet employer needs. Focusing on industry specific initiatives, she has contributed to the design and development of training programs for entry level employment in the following industries: healthcare, manufacturing, and business. While at BCCC, she helped develop the Advanced Manufacturing Training Center and initiated a pre-apprenticeship type program for metalwork training. Emily has also worked in continuing medical education where she received awards for her role in research and professional development projects.