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Integration of Trade Services for Dislocated Workers: A Comprehensive Guide

D-200.4:

Individual

Employment

Plan Document

(continued)

Before you approve any type of training, regardless of whether it

falls under prevocational, intensive, or training services, remember

to document that the following six criteria are met.

1. No suitable employment is available.

2. The participant must potentially benefit from the training based

on a comprehensive assessment of the participant’s knowledge,

skills, and abilities.

3. A reasonable expectation of employment following completion

of the training exists based on local targeted or demand

occupations, or a bona fide job offer.

4. Training is reasonably available to the participant within the

commuting area.

5. The participant is qualified to undertake and complete the

training based on a comprehensive assessment of his or her

knowledge, skills, abilities, and interest.

6. Training is available for the selected occupation at a reasonable

cost based on a review of similar Board-approved training in

the workforce area. Reasonable cost comparisons, particularly

for training programs for LEP workers, are discussed in detail

under Part D-300.9.

D-200.5:

Supportive

Services

Assess and determine the need for supportive services, and include

this information in the IEP. These services help Trade-certified

workers:

• remain in the program;

• focus on the coursework;

• stay on task; and

• complete components successfully according to their IEP.

Page D-6 May 2006 Part D: Post-Trade Certification

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