1) Industry Led Problem Solving. This element stresses the importance of rethinking industry analyses in order to create quality jobs. Thinking as industry as a whole enables just transition planners to set industry boundries and lift as much of the industry onto the high road as possible.
2) The Partnership Itself is a Priority. This category streeses the importance of leadership committment as well as problem-solving structure and culture building.
3) Incorporate Worker Wisdom throughout Partnership Efforts. This component stresses the importance of valuing the industry workers' opinions and evaluations, and including them into the training process and partnerships.
4) Industry-Driven Education and Training Solutions. This key element stresses the importance of coming up with appropriate an doable education methods.
The California Workforce Development Board is cooperating with 8 other organizations as partnerships to implement just transition.
The Shirley Ware Education Center (SWEC)
The West Oakland Job Resource Center (WOJRC)
Building Skills Partnership (BSP)
The Hospitality Training Academy (HTA)
Joint Workforce Investment (JWI)
The Port of Los Angeles (POLA)
Jewish Vocational Service (JVS)
Worker Education and Resource Center (WERC).
Each organization is partnering with other different cooperations, institutes to implement the plan of just transitions according to the ECJ approach.
Equity, climate and jobs are the cores of the high road training partnerships. Opportunity and mobility, a stronger economy for high road employers, a more sustainable and resilient environment and community are meant to be addressed with the approach of just transition.
The governor's office of planning and research has put forward the High Road Traning Partnership on June 2018. https://cwdb.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/43/2019/09/High-Road-ECJ-Br....