Eligible Training Providers

Are you passionate about offering high-quality training programs that empower individuals to succeed in their careers? Consider becoming an eligible training provider through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA).

WIOA provides funding for job training programs designed to equip individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to secure employment in high-demand industries. As an eligible training provider, you have the opportunity to offer training programs that meet the needs of both job seekers and employers in your community.

Becoming an Eligible Training Provider

To become an eligible training provider under WIOA, you’ll need to meet certain criteria and follow a few key steps:

  • Program Approval: Your training program must align with the needs of local industries and provide participants with the skills and certifications necessary to succeed in the workforce.
  • Quality Assurance: Ensure that your training program meets rigorous quality standards and demonstrates positive outcomes for participants, such as employment placement and wage growth.
  • Application Process: Submit an application to your local Workforce Development Board (WDB) outlining the details of your training program, including curriculum, instructor qualifications, and performance measures.
  • Review and Approval: Your application will undergo a thorough review process to assess its alignment with WIOA guidelines and objectives. Upon approval, your training program will be listed as an eligible training provider, making it accessible to WIOA participants seeking training opportunities.

By becoming an eligible training provider through WIOA, you can play a vital role in shaping the future of workforce development in your community while helping individuals unlock new opportunities for career advancement and economic mobility.

Ready to make a difference? Contact your local Workforce Development Board or visit the WIOA website to learn more about becoming an eligible training provider today.