workforce innovation & opportunity (WIOA) guide
Guide to help unemployed Colorado residents to navigate the wioa grant process
Are you interested in receiving job training but don’t have the necessary funds? You may be eligible to receive financial aid through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program. Funding for education and skills training can vary from person to person or county to county, but you hope you explore all of your options to help you get back to work.
According to the ETPL outtake form we provide our students after completion of their certificate, in 2017 Digital Workshop Center helped 80% of our unemployed or dislocated students to get back to work. Some of those students were able to attend DWC classes through WIOA grants.
The WIOA program is a federally-funded grant program designed to help job seekers and dislocated workers prepare for employment, find and keep a job, and increase earnings. This free guide to government funding for education and skills training is here to help you walk through the entire process from working with your local Workforce Center in Colorado to registering for classes.
In this free guide, you will learn how to:
- Find your local Workforce Center
- Determine eligibility requirements and qualifications
- Work with your local Workforce Center to increase your chances of approval
- Develop a training plan for high demand careers
- Apply useful tips and tricks along the way!
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