WIOA Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (Training Services)
CareerSource Pasco Hernando offers a wide range of training opportunities to individuals whether you are looking for training opportunities or just want to upgrade your qualifications. Our staff can assist you in reaching your goals. See what our training programs have to offer to get you in that higher paying competitive occupation today.
Through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), selected individuals receive career guidance and possibly financial help with your training-related costs such as:
· Tuition and fees
In some instances, funds may be available to aid with supplies, uniforms and shoes, and certification/licensure fees related to training completion.
If interested, please follow the steps below to learn more about this opportunity. You will be asked to complete a series of steps to see if you qualify. Now let’s get started.
WIOA Funds have been placed on a temporary hold and applications will not be accepted until further notice. Please check back periodically to see if funds have been opened back up and if applications are being accepted for WIOA.
Welfare Transition Program (WTP)
Florida's Welfare Transition Program (WTP) is to move individuals from welfare to work while emphasizing self-sufficiency and personal responsibility.
The Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program provides cash benefits to eligible families with dependent children. Additional TANF support services may include assistance with transportation, childcare, as well as substance abuse and mental health couseling / treament, diversion services, job training and on going employment services.
Click HERE to learn more or check eligibility
Contact your DCF: Phone: (850)300-4DCF (4323) or (866) 762-2237 Fax: (866) 765-7133
EBT Phone - Toll Free: (888) 356-3281 or www.ebtacounts.jpmorgans.com
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