APPLIED ANALYST TRAINING
October 24 - 26, 2018
Courtyard Arlington Rosslyn - Arlington, VA
This 2.5 day course teaches economic development researchers and labor market information (LMI) analysts advanced skills in collecting, analyzing, and presenting regional economic and labor market data to answer questions about key industries, workforce supply and demand, education and training needs, and demographic trends in pre-defined regions.
Why you should attend the Applied Analyst course?
Improve industry and occupational analysis
Produce more effective sector strategies and workforce studies
Identify in-demand occupations and high growth industries
Make effective connections between the skills employers need, career advising, and curriculum development
Learn research and analysis techniques from experts in the economic and workforce development fields
Network with peers from around the country
What you will learn at the Applied Analyst course?
Building demographic & economic profiles
Measuring economic health & competitiveness
Conducting industry & occupational trend analyses
Combining labor market & education data to anticipate skill needs
Presenting and communicating data effectively
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Who should attend the Applied Analyst course?
State LMI analysts
Economic development researchers
Workforce researchers from workforce boards, universities, community colleges, and nonprofits
Attendees who have completed the Basic LMI Analyst course
Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER)
P.O. Box 100127
Arlington, VA 22210
Post End Date
Tuesday, August 28, 2018