The institute may sponsor the following activities:
(1) adult education, technical assistance, and informational services for labor, management,
and public practitioners concerned with the problems of labor, the labor force, and
(2) research and training related to labor, the labor force, and industrial relations;
(3) special informational services to assist labor, business and industry, government,
and educational institutions in relating education and training to labor market requirements;
(4) research, technical assistance, and information related to the impact of special
problems on the Texas labor force, such as the energy problem, on employment, unemployment,
and labor relations in the state;
(5) degree or certificate programs appropriate to the field, subject to the approval
of the board of regents and the Coordinating Board, Texas College and University System;
(6) a formal program of training, technical assistance, and informational services
to the junior and community colleges in the state for the purpose of assisting in
the development of labor study programs.
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