ERIC Number: ED089124
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Jan
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Occupational Training Information System (OTIS) Cycle Six Report.
Morton, J. B.; And Others
The Occupational Training Information System (OTIS) is designed to provide current information on the supply of and the demand for people trained in selected skilled occupations in Oklahoma. State agencies, school districts, teachers, and guidance counselors can utilize the OTIS publication to plan training programs and to help direct students toward occupational goals. The net additional manpower requirements table (approximately 450 pages) utilizes the clustering of related occupations which are matched within programs that train workers for those occupations. A cluster may contain one or more occupations and one or more types of programs. The occupations are identified by Dictionary of Occupational Titles codes, and the programs are identified by U. S. Office of Education codes. The clusters are also numbered and indexed on the last three pages of the report. Some of the clusters are limited by the form of available data. To determine the net manpower requirements in a cluster, the total of the supply (registrants and students who have completed the training programs and are available to the labor market) is subtracted from the demand (job openings). The tables are presented for both Statewide totals and by the eleven planning regions within Oklahoma. Program clusters are also ranked by Statewide net manpower demand in descending order. (Author/SC)
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Authoring Institution: Oklahoma State Dept. of Vocational and Technical Education, Stillwater. Div. of Research, Planning, and Evaluation.
Identifiers - Location: Oklahoma