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HRTP Essential Element 1: Industry-Led Problem Solving

First in the series: Four Essential Elements of High Road Training Partnerships. This brief focuses on the essential element of having the industry lead the problem solving for the workforce demands unique to that industry. It describes what is meant by being industry led, why this is essential, and what the critical components of operating in this manner are.

UC Berkeley Labor Center

HRTP Essential Element 2: The Industry Partnership Itself Is a Priority

Second in the series: Four Essential Elements of High Road Training Partnerships. This brief focuses on the essential element of making the partnership itself a priority. It describes why this is essential, what is meant by partnership, and what the critical components of operating in partnership are. A separate companion brief provides more detail on promising practices for this essential element, with examples from the field.

HRTP Essential Element 4: Industry Drives Training Solutions

Fourth in the series: Four Essential Elements of High Road Training Partnerships. This brief focuses on the essential element of having the industry partnership drive the training solutions needed for that industry. It describes why this is essential, what is meant by taking an industry driven approach to training solutions, and what the critical components of doing so are.

UC Berkeley Labor Center

Taking the High Road

As California plans and invests for the future, all efforts should build and sustain a dynamic and globally successful economy that offers all—including the most disadvantaged—a higher quality of life. We can do that in ways that simultaneously address multiple major challenges, including climate change, public health, economic resilience, and systemic inequities. High Road Training Partnerships (HRTPs) provide a proven successful model for working toward these goals.