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PARTNERS FOR EMPLOYEE’S PROGRESS
A NATIONAL WORKPLACE LITERACY PROGRAM
U.S. Department of Education
Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE)
Division of National Programs (DNP)
National Workplace Literacy Program CFDA 84.198A
Partners for Employee's Progress (PEP)
Debra B. Harlow
Piedmont Community College
P.O. Box 1197, Roxboro. NC 27573
Federal Funds $990; 466
Non-federal funds: $1,285,413
Federal Funds - 44% of total funds
Juno 1,1992 - November 30,1993
Jeanne Williams, US Dept, of Education
Adult & Vocational Education
National Workplace Literacy
Debra Harlow, Angela Moore, Suellyn Dalton, Charles Smith, Shea
Henson - -PEP Director and Coordinators.
PEP Planning Meeting - Presidents, Bussiness Reps., Director of PEP
OBJECTIVES: 1) Replicate Piedmont Community College's
(PCC's) workplace model developed for Budington Indus
tries (Bl) and Collins & Aikman (C&A) Coiporation to four
additional Bl and C&A sites within NC; 2) maintain and
expand the model developed for Bl and C&A tocated In
Person and Caswell Counties.
Piedmont Community College serves as grant adminis
trator of this workplace consortium which consists of three
additional community colleges and six textile industrial
sites. PCC will continue to serve as project coordinator for
its Bl and C&A sites developed In the original model (1990-
91) while also expanding and improving that program
within Person and Caswell Counties. In addition, PCC will
serve as resource center for the other partners in the
project providing training, technical assistance and project
monitoring to Alamance, Randolph, and Central Carolina
Cathy, Higgins, Alamance CC - Angela Moore, RanolphCC., review
instructionai materials during PEP Pre-Service.
OUTCOME/RESULTS/PRODUCTS: Each community
college will produce a customized basic skills program for
their Industry based on PCC's model.
EDUCATIONAL LEVEL: Adult Basic Education through
high school completion (CASAS scale scores 180-245).
TARGET POPULATION: Adults who have not completed
high school or who lack basic skills.
PLANNED NUMBER OF TRAINEES: 710 textile emptoyees
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