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Baker, B. Kimball – Manpower, 1975
Detroit's efforts to deal with large scale unemployment through Manpower Administration aid, and an outlook on the future of the automobile industry are discussed. Programs related to unemployment insurance, employment services, the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA), and The Work Incentive Program (WIN) are described. (LH)
Descriptors: Employment Services, Government Role, Job Training, Labor Utilization
Morehouse, Karen – Manpower, 1975
The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) and the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act's (CETA) cooperative relationship regarding the development of environmental manpower programs on a State and local level is discussed. Environmental programs resulting from CETA aid are described and EPA statistics given, stating that such programs are…
Descriptors: Agency Cooperation, Environmental Technicians, Government Role, Job Training
Slack, Georgia – Manpower, 1975
A bilingual Manpower Recreation Training Program in Hialeah, Florida, provides on-the-job training for underemployed or unemployed 18 to 24 year olds from disadvantaged families. The year-round program encompasses classroom as well as playground training, and participant reactions describe a successful program. (LH)
Descriptors: Bilingual Teachers, Government Role, Labor Force Development, On the Job Training
Manpower, 1975
The article summarizes the 1975 Manpower Report chapters on: the employment and unemployment record; achievements and open issues of public service employment; changing role of women; CETA Progress report; Program responses to manpower needs; manpower impact of government policy and procedure; and Report of the Secretary of Health, Education, and…
Descriptors: Annual Reports, Economic Development, Employed Women, Employment Patterns
Flahive, Martin E. – Industrial Gerontology, 1975
The purpose of the article is to communicate to older persons and representatives of their service organizations some basic information about the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (CETA) and how manpower bock grants can benefit unemployed or underemployed persons classified as middle-aged and older workers (those over age 44). (Author/EA)
Descriptors: Community Planning, Community Services, Federal Aid, Labor Force Development
Stevenson, Gloria – Manpower, 1975
The low-cost day care center described is industry-sponsored, not for the company's employees, but as a community service enabling welfare mothers to work while their children enjoy a development-enhancing curriculum provided by trained teachers, once welfare recipients. Executives believe business must help the disadvantaged solve their problems.…
Descriptors: Business Responsibility, Community Development, Day Care, Economically Disadvantaged
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Otto, Mary L.; Smith, David G. – Journal of Employment Counseling, 1975
Program changes inherent in the CETA concept have markedly decreased the effectiveness of previous program management and liaison strategies. Some reasons for this decrease and a new set of skills for working at the interface between prime sponsors and subcontractors and/or the regional offices are presented. (Author)
Descriptors: Federal Programs, Federal State Relationship, Labor Force Development, Management Systems
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Braithwaite, Ronald L.; And Others – Evaluation and Program Planning: An International Journal, 1982
Using selected concepts, format, and techniques from the legal arena, the Judicial Evaluation Model was used to assess the efficacy of linkage arrangements between the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act prime sponsors and education service providers in the Commonwealth of Virginia. (PN)
Descriptors: Employment Services, Evaluation Methods, Interviews, Models
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Manley, Katherine K.; Vogler, Daniel E. – Journal of Studies in Technical Careers, 1983
This overview of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act describes governing legislation, administrative structure, planning approach, delivery system, and funding. (SK)
Descriptors: Economically Disadvantaged, Employment Opportunities, Employment Programs, Federal Programs
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