WIOA - Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
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- The school you attend must be on our locally approved vendor list.
- The training program you choose must be in a high growth occupation.
Universal access. Any individual will have access to the One-Stop system and to core employment-related services. Information about job vacancies, career options, student financial aid, relevant employment trends, instruction on how to conduct a job search, write a resume, or interview with an employer is available to any job seeker in the U.S., or anyone who wants to advance their career.
*All subject to availability of funds.
- Transportation assistance.
- Training related expenses: uniforms, tools, licensure, and certification exams. You may be eligible to receiving funding up to $3500 a fiscal year to pay for tuition, books, tools and supplies required of training program.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act or (WIOA) is commonly misunderstood to be only relevant to people seeking assistance with tuition assistance. However, the Workforce Innovation
and Opportunity Act has much more to offer than assistance with training. The Workforce Innovation
and Opportunity Act is a federally funded program designed to assist participants with finding and retaining employment and to help employers find qualified job seekers.
WIOA was designed to provide a 3-tiered service delivery that would offer services at your level of need.
Core Services are designed to assist you in putting your high-demand occupational skills to work through job seeking assistance, assistance with your resume, workshops to assist you with specific job seeking skills and similar other immediate services. 2) Intensive Services are available to those people unable to currently go to work but could if some additional service was available. For example, if you simply need your licensure or certification or brush up in skills, intensive services may be the best route for you. Finally, 3) Training Services are available to those people seeking assistance who cannot go to work with their current level of skills and need a full training program in order to obtain marketable skills.
Since WIOA is not an entitlement program, selection for enrollment of participants takes into consideration many factors including meeting eligibility factors and suitability factors. Your first step in obtaining assistance under WIOA is to complete the orientation.
WIOA is a “work first program" whose goal is to assist customers to enter or return to employment
Who is eligible?
- You must be a US citizen or a qualified non-citizen.
- You must be a: Parent or relative caring for one or more children or a pregnant woman
- Household income and assets must be below certain standards.
- To become a participant in the WT program you must apply for cash assistance with the Department of Children and Families (DCF). DCF determines eligibility and awards benefits.
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.
ABE GED ESOL Time Sheet
Employment Time Sheet
Employment Verification Form
Job Search Log
Voc Ed Timesheet
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SNAP Education Time Sheet
SNAP Employment Verification
SNAP Employment Timesheet
SNAP Job Search Form
SNAP JST Time Sheet
SNAP Vocational Training Time Sheet
SNAP Worksite Time Sheet
We help non-custodial parents obtain employment & guide them for the first 180 days on the job! (Family must meet eligibility guidelines)
We Provide The Following Services:
- Job searching, career planning, & referrals
- Interview training & resume writing
- Vocational and educational assessments
- Guidance on child support related issues
- Services to help maintain/advance in your job
- Possible assistance reinstating Driver’s License through the Department of Revenue
Join the Non-Custodial Parent Employment Program
NCPEP Contact Information: Veda Jared, 727-484-3438
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
Phone (850) 488-0730
Phone (850) 487-1472
Toll Free: (800) 322-9186