What does it mean?
Human resource development projects have been both cross-cultural and international in scope, with primary attention to hard-to-reach populations in the United States and abroad.
How do we deliver?
Internationally, the firm's work has emphasized the development of instructional programs, the training of personnel, and monitoring the implementation and impact of human resources development efforts from a technology transfer perspective.
Domestically, many of the firm's projects in the area of human resources development have been in providing training in marketing and management techniques for mid-level personnel in service-oriented businesses. In addition, J&A has planned and implemented a number of workshops which brought together government administrators, program managers, and members of the business community from across the nation for orientation and practical training, and provided logistical support for these individuals.
Examples of Our Work
- Development of a Model Program of Employment Training, Counseling and Placement for Spanish Speaking Ex-Offenders
- Nicaragua Education Administration Training
- Development of a Five-Year Training Plan for USAID/El Salvador
- Culture and Life Across Student Populations: Multimedia Approaches to Student Diversity
- Education and Human Resources Technical Services
- Achievement Gap Survey Study
- Gender Integration in the Activities of African Missions
- Assessment of the Impact of the Safe Schools Program in Ghana and Malawi
- Feasibility Study for the Establishment of the University of Guadalajara in Los Angeles
- Learning to Improve Learning