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The 2004 Florida Statutes

Title XXXI
LABOR
Chapter 446
JOB TRAINING
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Section 446.27, Florida Statutes 2004

446.27  Annual report.--The department shall develop reporting and evaluation formats and instructions for use by the pilot sites and shall provide an annual report to the President of the Senate, Speaker of the House of Representatives, Senate Minority Leader, and Minority Leader of the House, providing charts or graphs where deemed appropriate, including, but not limited to, the following:

(1)  PARTICIPANTS.--

(a)  The number of youth participants, in total, as well as by eligibility category.

(b)  The age and range of ages of youth participants, as well as numbers of youth participants at each age level.

(c)  The race and sex of youth participants.

(d)  The grade level of youth participants at the time of enrollment, or the last grade completed if no longer enrolled in school, as well as numbers of youth participants at each grade level.

(e)  The beginning reading level of youth participants, as compared to the grade level when enrolled, as well as numbers of youth participants at each reading and grade level.

(f)  The reading level after 6 months and 1 year in the program, as well as numbers of youth participants at each reading and grade level.

(g)  The number of dropout participants either reentering school or taking the general education development test while participating in the program or within 6 months of program completion, and the number passing said test.

(h)  The occupations for which youth participants are being trained, positions held upon enrollment, and the wage, and range of wages, earned after 6 months' participation in the program.

(i)  The number of participants who are gainfully employed in the occupation for which training was received, or in a related field, at 6 months and 1 year following completion of the program, the positions held, and the wage, and range of wages, earned thereby.

(j)  The number of participants who are gainfully employed in a different and unrelated occupation than the one for which training was received at 6 months and 1 year following completion of the program, the positions held, and the wage, and range of wages, earned thereby.

(k)  The number of participants who are unemployed at 6 months and 1 year following completion of the program, the average length of the period of unemployment, and the typical reasons given for termination of employment.

(2)  PARTICIPATING BUSINESS AND MENTORS.--

(a)  The number of participating businesses in the program, in total and by demonstration area, and the professions and industries represented thereby.

(b)  The number of mentors participating in the program, in total, as well as by demonstration area and by participating business.

(c)  The number of youth participants per mentor.

(d)  The age and range of ages of mentors.

(e)  The race and sex of mentors.

(3)  PROGRAM COSTS.--

(a)  The cost per participant and the range of per-participant costs.

(b)  Total program costs by demonstration area, broken down into the following cost categories:

1.  Salaries and benefits provided to youth participants and additional salaries and benefits or other stipends provided to mentors for participation in the program.

2.  Cost of training materials and other capital outlay costs.

3.  Cost of transportation and other miscellaneous costs.

4.  Administrative costs.

(4)  RECOMMENDATIONS.--Information derived by the department from evaluations by service delivery areas, mentors, and participants of the program and its effectiveness.

History.--s. 18, ch. 90-273; s. 7, ch. 91-147; s. 25, ch. 95-144.

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