Training services are available to employed and unemployed adults and dislocated workers who have met the eligibility requirement for training services, and have received required career services, and have been determined to be unable to obtain or retain employment through intensive services; are in need of training services and have the skills and qualifications to successfully complete the selected training program; are unable to obtain grant assistance from other sources such as PELL grants or Trade Adjustment Act or require WIOA assistance in addition to other sources of grant assistance; or meet the priority of services established by the local workforce area. The training program should be directly linked to the employment opportunities in either the local area in which they reside or in areas where they are willing to locate.
Training services are provided through Individual Training Accounts that allow adults and dislocated workers to purchase training services. Training services are intended to be provided in a manner that maximizes informed customer choice and may only be purchased through training providers that are on the State’s list of eligible training providers (ETPL). The ETPL is continuously updated with the most current information on training programs and providers in order to give individuals a wide variety of training programs and occupational choices. A training program may consist of one or more courses or classes, or structured regimen, that leads to a certificate or degree or the skills or competencies needed for a specific job or jobs or occupation(s). The eligible training provider list may be viewed at: Training Provider Links Web site.
Check out the adult, youth and dislocated worker web sites for information specific to each program as well as the list of adult and youth service providers.
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Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.