Larry Robbin Webinar Series
Workforce Development Program Improvement Specialists
Larry Robbin, Executive Director of Robbin and Associates has over forty-five years of experience in workforce development as a direct service provider, manager, program designer, consultant, trainer and keynote speaker. He is widely regarded as a national expert in the workforce development field. Larry has played a leading role in the design of more than 150 programs and projects that served people with multiple and severe barriers to employment. He has experience with all of the populations served by workforce development programs.
Larry has trained more than 100,000 people across the country and presented at 500 conferences. He has done more than 300 webinars for a wide variety of sponsors. His services have been used by over 1000 organizations including the Department of Labor, Department of Education, Department of Health and Human Services, America’s Job Centers, programs serving people in poverty, nonprofits, government agencies, schools and disability service providers. His clients also include TANF programs, programs serving immigrants and refugees, youth programs, programs serving people who are homeless, mature workers, Wagner-Peyser programs, schools, training providers, businesses and other entities.
Larry has trained many times in Oregon for a variety of organizations. Besides training for the Rogue Workforce Development Board, his services have also been used by the Department of Human Assistance, Worksystems Inc., Portland Community College, Oregon Employment and Training Association, Goodwill of Southern Oregon, Oregon Rehabilitation Action Network, Oregon Center for Excellence, Chemeketa Community College and other organizations in the state.
Larry’s training is known for being very practical and relevant for the needs of people providing workforce services. He field tests all of his ideas by doing many hours of volunteer work with people with challenging barriers to employment. The strategies presented in the upcoming webinars will be helpful for any type of program serving any population that has employment as one of its goals.
For further information about Larry, his services and clients go to http://www.LarryRobbin.com. You can sign up for his free workforce newsletter on the website. The newsletter is read by more than 25,000 people in workforce development. You will find a lot of helpful information in the more than 500 articles from back issues of the newsletter that are posted on the website. On the website, you can also download free handouts to use with your job seekers.