North Carolina Employment and Training Association

2018 Spring Conference

April 4-6th, 2018
Hilton Riverside – Wilmington, NC
Health, Manufacturing, Information Technology & Construction Pathways;
Connecting WIOA Program Operators, Community Leaders, Community Colleges and Employers

Presentations, Round Tables, & Employer Panels

Talk with employers and service provides up-front and in person, Work Based Learning
Employers discuss future workforce, Service Provider Strategies for Job Placement
Youth Empowerment, Types of Apprenticeship, Approaches to NextGen

2018 NCETA Conference Contacts: Malinda Marsh: Phone: 919-214-2902 Email:  andor  Bob Witchger: Phone: 919-807-7126 Email:





Ron Painter, President and CEO, National Association of Workforce Boards




Bridget Brown, CWDP, Executive Director, National Association of Workforce Development Professionals




Reginald Javier, Associate Manager, Public Consulting Group




Margie DeReuyter, Senior Advisor, Public Consulting Group




Kirkland Murray, President and CEO, Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation




Darrell Rich, Financial Advisor, Waddell & Reed and Chair of Phoenix Business and Workforce Dev. Board




Kimberly Staley, CWDP, Program Director, CTWorks/KRACorporation


Fees: $199


Please Note:  Each participant must register separately.


Preparing for WIOA: Embracing a Comprehensive Approach to Delivery, a Collaborative Approach to Planning, and a Combined Approach to Funding

Webinar Series

Spend a Week with NAWB and NAWDP!


With the passage of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), workforce professionals are looking for insight into the impact and implications that the new law will have on their programs and board members are eager to learn how it will impact the strategic focus of the workforce board. Here’s your opportunity to hear about the potential implications of the new legislation in four convenient installments.


Register ONLINE


DOWNLOAD Registration Form

Dates, Times and Topics 


November 10: 3:00pm ET – 4:15 pm ET

Setting the Stage

  • Vision and Intent of the Law
  • Governance and Infrastructure
  • One Stop/AJC Contracting and Funding
  • Board Membership and Responsibilities


November 12: 3:00pm ET – 4:15 pm ET

Collaborative Planning and Performance

  • Integration with Employment Security
  • Pay for Performance
  • Requirements for Training Providers
  • Partnership Outreach and Management


November 13: 3:00pm ET – 4:15 pm ET

Program Delivery 

  • Adult and Dislocated Workers
  • Youth and Job Corp
  • Industry Recognized Credentials
  • The Customer Experience


November 14: 3:00pm ET – 4:15 pm ET

Business Engagement, Strengthening Regional Economies

  • Sector Strategies
  • Strengthening Business Services Teams
  • Building Industry Support for Credentials
  • Measuring and Engaging Employers

Webinars will be recorded for later viewing!


October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in NC

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in North Carolina. One purpose of this annual event, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, is to raise awareness about cybersecurity. 

As part of North Carolina’s participation this year, the Office of Information Technology Services is providing free, online training for all state employees. In collaboration with the Office of State Human Resources, we are making the training available in the NC Learning Center. The NC Learning Center can be accessed by logging into the Beacon system and selecting the Learning tab. 

Click here to view the Information and Security Awareness Training memo from Chris Estes, State Chief Information Officer. 

Once logged into the NC Learning Center, select the Cyber Security training logo to view available learning opportunities.