Event Date/Time: Jun 08, 2010
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The demand for health care professionals is projected to grow rapidly in response to the expanding US population and aging Baby Boomers. To build workforce development allied health care programs that provide job placement and career potential, schools must learn how to assess their market accurately and then reach out to obtain the needed resources from health care providers, community groups, government organizations, and other existing health care education programs.

Join us for this webcast to learn techniques for accurately assessing which allied health care jobs are needed in your region. Learn how to form productive partnerships and maximize the resources needed to support allied health care programs (faculty, labs, clinical rotations, etc.)

This webcast is designed for community college workforce development program managers, program coordinators, and program developers who have an interest in creating new programming or expanding existing programming in the allied health care sector. Other workforce development professionals who are primarily responsible for overseeing such programs may also wish to attend.