WIOA - Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
To begin an eligibility determination by a WIOA Career Specialist, please call 727-484-3400, 813-377-1300, or 352-200-3020 and ask to speak with a WIOA Career Specialist. You may visit the local CareerSource Pasco Hernando office to review the program's eligbility and documentation requirements. The WIOA program for on-the-job training and occupational skills training conducts a group session each week at each office, please call the numbers listed above for more information.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) WIOA supersedes the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 and amends the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act, the Wagner-Peyser Act, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. In general, the Act began on July 1, 2015, the first full program year after enactment, unless otherwise noted.
What is WIOA? Passed in July 2014, it's the first federal reform of the workforce system in 15 years. WIOA replaces and modifies the Workforce Investment Act, started in 1998. Most WIOA provisions become effective July 1, 2015. More information: http://www.floridajobs.org/office-directory/division-of-workforce-services/workforce-programs/workforce-investment-act
What are WIOA's goals? WIOA was designed to improve the quality of the workforce, increase economic self-sufficiency, reduce welfare dependency, meet employer skill requirements, and enhance the nation's productivity and competitiveness.
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Who is eligible?
How Can I Apply?
Use DCF’s Online application services called Project Access. To apply, go to: http://www.myflorida.com/accessflorida/
You may also check the status of your benefits or report changes to DCF at: http://www.myflfamilies.com/service-programs/access-florida-food-medical-assistance-cash
To begin our WTP Online Orientation Login.
Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program (NCPEP) helps parents who pay child support with…
- Interview training and resume writing
- Job searching, career planning, and job referrals
- Vocational and educational assessments
- Guidance on child support-related issues
- Services to help maintain and/or advance in job
- Assistance with work-related expenses
- Possible assistance reinstating driver’s license through Dept. of Revenue
Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program (NCPEP) is a program that assists unemployed or underemployed non-custodial parents in establishing a pattern of regular child support payments by obtaining and maintaining unsubsidized, competitive employment. To enroll in the Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program, we need to verify your eligibility: the child you pay child support on is in the state of Florida and that income guidelines are met. You can either stop by the main office at: 4440 Grand Blvd. New Port Richey, FL 34652 or call to provide all needed information: 727-484-3438. We are located in the Dade City and Brooksville CareerSource by appointment only.
Information about employment programs for Native Americans is available through: Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs, Inc.
Florida Governors Council on Indian Affairs, Inc.
1341 Cross Creek Circle
Tallahassee, Florida 32301