Workforce

About Workforce

HASC Workforce Development is a multi-pronged effort to support workforce needs across the region — especially in areas with a shortage of trained and qualified employees.

Examples include the following targeted efforts:

HASC Workforce Program fact sheet

Podcasts

Lisa Mitchell, HASC Program Director for Workforce Development, speaks with Rebecca Evans, Executive Director of the Workforce Development Board of Ventura County (WDBVC)  — Aug. 4, 2022

Teri Hollingsworth, HASC Vice President, HR and Education Services, and Cynthia Avila, WDBVC, are interviewed on KVTA Radio’s Workforce Wednesdays — June 24, 2022

Perioperative RN Pilot Team Highlights Success at 2019 Workforce Event

HASC and its workforce development partners highlighted their recent workforce pilot at the California Workforce Association’s Meeting of the Minds in Sept. 2019. Along with the South Bay Workforce Investment Board (SBWIB) and HealthImpact, the state nursing workforce group, HASC presented Connecting Regional Strategies to Local Program Design and Delivery: Perioperative Specialty Registered Nurse Training […]

Charge Nurse Leadership Development

Overview The Charge Nurse Leadership Development course is designed for the registered nurse in a leadership role. The course facilitates the growth and development of nurses as unit leaders. Advanced leadership strategies, communication techniques, priority setting, and conflict management will be discussed. Practice scenarios will be facilitated in group exercises.  Course Objectives Following this course, the student […]

Perioperative RN Training Pilot Report

In June 2019, HASC released its Perioperative Specialty RN Training Pilot Project Final Report. The report describes the association’s response to the growing demand for and short supply of perioperative registered nurses (RNs). In partnership with HealthImpact, the state nursing workforce center, and with funding from the South Bay Workforce Investment Board, HASC launched a […]

Clinical Lab Scientists Program (CLS) 2019

2019 Update HASC is collaborating with California State University Dominguez Hills (CSUDH) and Managed Career Solutions (MCS), a workforce system partner, to fill hospitals’ critical workforce needs for Clinical Lab Scientists (CLS).   The CSUDH program has over 100 applicants per year and only accepts 45 students due to a limited number of training lab sites.  […]