Workforce Development


Jobs of the future will require workers to have higher levels of technical, academic, and interpersonal skills and to keep those skills current with changing technology. To be competitive in a global economy, Alabama must have a workforce development system that not only provides the higher-level skills needed for initial employment, but that also serves workers needing to upgrade their skills. 

Workforce Development reports developed by the Commission.


       Brochures

Note: Best if printed as two-sided and fold on short edge.

Fall 2016 - Statewide Brochure

 
Fall 2016 - Brochures by Workforce Development Region
Region 1—Huntsville / Shoals Area Regions 5—Montgomery Area
Regions 2—Anniston / Oxford Areas Regions 6—Dothan Area
Region 3—Tuscaloosa Area Region 7—Mobile Area
Region 4—Birmingham Area

Fall 2015 - Statewide Brochure

 
Fall 2015 - Brochures by Workforce Development Region
Region 1—Shoals Area Regions 6—Livingston Area
Regions 2—Huntsville Area Region 7—Montgomery Area
Region 3—Tuscaloosa Area Region 8—Auburn Area
Region 4—Birmingham Area Region 9—Mobile Area
Regions 5—Oxford/Anniston Area Region 10—Dothan Area

Fall 2014 - Statewide Brochure

 
Fall 2014 - Brochures by Workforce Development Region
Region 1—Shoals Area Regions 6—Livingston Area
Regions 2—Huntsville Area Region 7—Montgomery Area
Region 3—Tuscaloosa Area Region 8—Auburn Area
Region 4—Birmingham Area Region 9—Mobile Area
Regions 5—Oxford/Anniston Area Region 10—Dothan Area

 

       Potential Workforce by Region - Current    (Identifies Potential Workforce)

    (Based on Students’ County of Origin)

NOTE: 10 regions reorganized into 7 regions effective October 2016.

 
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       Potential Workforce by Region - Pre-October 2016    (Identifies Potential Workforce)

    (Based on Students’ County of Origin)

NOTE: 10 regions reorganized into 7 regions effective October 2016.

 
Click the Region Number from the Legend or the Interactive Map to View Reports
 
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       Potential Workforce by County

(Based on Students’ County of Origin)

 

Undergraduate Enrollment
Fall 2016 Excel PDF   Fall 2015 Excel PDF   Fall 2014 Excel PDF
                     

Graduate Enrollment
Fall 2016 Excel PDF   Fall 2015 Excel PDF   Fall 2014 Excel PDF
                     

Completions
2016-17 Excel PDF   2015-16 Excel PDF   2014-15 Excel PDF

       Potential Workforce by Institution

Undergraduate Enrollment
Fall 2016 Excel PDF   Fall 2015 Excel PDF   Fall 2014 Excel PDF
                     

Graduate Enrollment
Fall 2016 Excel PDF   Fall 2015 Excel PDF   Fall 2014 Excel PDF
                     

Completions
2016-17 Excel PDF   2015-16 Excel PDF   2014-15 Excel PDF
                     


The following sites will allow businesses and industries to identify potential suppliers of such training.

       Office of Workforce Development (OWD)

Office of Workforce Development  (OWD)
OWD focuses on jobs, education, career development and job-training programs as it works to encourage economic development, prepare workers for stable and high-paying jobs and partners with employers.

       The Alabama Technology Network (ATN)

The Alabama Technology Network (ATN)
The ATN links two-year colleges, The University of Alabama System, Auburn University and the Economic Development Partnership of Alabama together to solve the needs of the state's existing manufacturing industry.

       Alabama Industrial Development Training Institute (AIDT)

Alabama Industrial Development Training Institute (AIDT)
The mission of AIDT is to provide quality workforce development for Alabama's new and existing industries, and to expand the opportunities of its citizens through the jobs these industries create.  AIDT, an institute of the State's Department of Postsecondary Education, encourages economic development through job-specific training. Training services are offered in many areas, and are free of charge to new and expanding industries throughout the State.

       Training for Existing Business and Industry

Training for Existing Business and Industry
Through the Training for Business and Industry (TBI) Program, two-year colleges provide short- and long-term customized training and services for businesses throughout the state.

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