The Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) is a partnership between the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC), business and industry, and training providers. The IWTP is designed to benefi t business and industry by assisting in the skill development of existing employees and thereby increasing employee productivity and the growth of the company. These improvements are expected to result in the creation of new jobs, the retention of jobs that otherwise may have been eliminated, and an increase in wages for trained workers. Funding The program is funded by a social charge assessed on employers that is paid along with Unemployment Insurance tax contributions.
The panel discussion will cover the following:
Lisa stated her career at LSU in 1993 and joined LSU Continuing Education in 1998. She served on LSU's Staff Senate for 7 years and served as the Staff Senate President in 2010-2011. She currently serves on the University Professional & Continuing Education Association Board representing the South Region. The association, based out of Washington DC, is in its 102nd year meeting the needs of professional members and the institutions they serve by advancing leadership in professional, continuing and online education.
Lisa holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Adrian College in Adrian Michigan and a Master of Science degree in Recreation, Parks and Tourism from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Illinois.
Director, Custom & Onsite Programs/Continuing Education
Louisiana State University
Kevin Joyce has worked with the Incumbent Worker Training Program at the Louisiana Workforce Commission for 16 years, and currently serves a Director of this training initiative.
Director of IWTP Program
Incumbent Worker Training Program
ATD Baton Rouge strives to align our programming to the ATD Competency Model. This month's program aligns with the Performance Improvement and Integrated Talent Management areas of expertise.
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