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You can view the most recent Brevard Workforce Annual Report here.
The Brevard Workforce Development Board is a regional public/private partnership under Workforce Florida, Inc. Workforce Boards create local workforce development systems through one-stop career centers which combine multiple federal, state, and local program funds. Click here to learn more about us.
The policy and oversight responsibility invested in Workforce Boards aims to ensure that this system is market-driven; is easily accessible to any individual who wants or needs a job, education, or training; supplies well-trained people for all employers; and provides employers with assistance and support for life-long learning initiatives and for the creation of a high-performance workforce.
About 15,000 business volunteers serve on the nation’s Workforce Boards
LEADING THE WAY IN WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. The members of the Brevard Workforce Development Board are representatives of business, local government, education agencies, organized labor, economic development and community-based organizations and social service agencies. Private employers must comprise a majority of each Workforce Board and the chair must be elected from the private sector membership. Employers bring to the table practical knowledge of the skills required by workers to satisfy the needs of area businesses. Workforce Boards should be representative of the employer mix in the community, in terms of both size and type of industry.