Since its inception in 1996, the Workforce Development Council has provided strategic leadership and oversight of Idaho’s workforce development system. The Council’s role in preparing a skilled and well-educated workforce directly shapes Idaho’s economic future.
The role of the Council is to advise the governor, the State Board of Education, legislators and other policymakers on the efficiency and effectiveness of the governmental services that contribute to workforce development, set broad policy for the workforce development system and make recommendations to the State Board of Education on workforce preparation issues related to all levels of public education.
Coeur d'Alene businessman Tim Komberec chairs the Council; B.J. Swanson, Board Chair for Gritman Medical Center, is the vice chair.
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» Workforce Development Council handbook