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An evaluation of the individual training account/eligible training provider demonstration

An evaluation of the individual training account/eligible training provider demonstration

final interim report

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Occupational training -- United States.,
  • Manpower policy -- United States.,
  • Displaced workers -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for the U.S. Department of Labor by Social Policy Research Associates under a subcontract from Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.
    SeriesResearch and evaluation monograph series -- 02-A., Research and evaluation report series (Washington, D.C.) -- 02-A.
    ContributionsSocial Policy Research Associates., Mathematica Policy Research, inc., United States. Employment and Training Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17719823M

    Notice is hereby given of the publication of the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration's (USDOL/ ETA) Five-Year Research, Demonstration, and Evaluation Strategic Plan for , hereafter referred to as ``Strategic Plan''. The Strategic Plan is required under the.   Singapore recently established “individual learning accounts” for each citizen over the age of 25 to spend on education and training programs from a list of approved providers. [43] The government seeds these accounts with a direct subsidy to individuals of $, called the SkillsFuture Credit, and even higher subsidies for mid-career.

    Implementation Experiences and Evaluation Findings. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for 6 Eligible Training Provider Lists and Consumer Report Cards Carl E. Van Horn and Aaron Fichtner: Part 3: Performance Management individual training accounts (ITAs) to the training providers Cited by: 9. Eligible Training Provider: Training Services: Defined in section (b)(3) of WIOA, as a service provided through an Individual Training Account (ITA) or through a training contract, that may be provided to eligible individuals if it is WIOA STATEWIDE WORKFORCE INNOVATION PROGRAM.

    To: Indiana’s Workforce System From: Indiana Department of Workforce Development Date: December 7, Subject: DWD Policy Guidance Related to WIOA Individual Training Account Funding Purpose The purpose of this policy is to create a uniform process for issuing individual training accounts (ITAs),File Size: KB. By Hank Moore, Corporate Strategist Everyone talks about the benefits of training, but it’s important to identify these benefits in your organization. Then, when you are ready to look at potential training providers, you will know exactly what you should expect to receive from them. Below are the seven biggest benefits of training, followed by tips for selecting and evaluating training.


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An evaluation of the individual training account/eligible training provider demonstration Download PDF EPUB FB2

Certain limited exceptions, through individual training accounts (ITAs), which can be thought of as a voucher that customers can use to pay for training of their choice, so long as the traini ng program is on an approved list (the eligible training provider list). The Workforce Investment Act of requires that, with certain exceptions, training services funded by the U.S.

Department of Labor be delivered through the use of Individual Training Accounts, which participants can use to procure the training of their choice, so long as the program is on a state's list of eligible providers. of Labor (DOL) to conduct an Evaluation of the Individual Training Account/Eligible (ITA/ETP) Training Provider Demonstration.

This summary reflects the findings reported in the Interim Report for the evaluation; as such, it describes early progress. Request PDF | An Evaluation of the Individual Training Account/Eligible Training Provider Demonstration | The Workforce Investment Act of requires that, with certain exceptions, training.

Evaluation of the Individual Training Account -- Eligible Training Provider demonstration. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration Office of Policy Development and Research, [].

Presents interim findings from an evaluation of 13 grantees' efforts to deliver training services through the use of Individual Training Accounts, which participants can use to procure the training of their choice, as long as it is state-approved. Describes policies and practices at about the midpoint of the grant period.

Discusses how eligible programs were selected and reviews the information. An Evaluation of the Individual Training Account/Eligible Training Provider Demonstration. Final Interim Report. Oakland, CA: Social Policy Research Associates. In Marchthirteen grants were awarded as part of the Individual Training Account/Eligible Training Provider (ITA/ETP) Demonstration.

In summer and fall ofthe grant recipients' activities were subjected to an interim by:   The Workforce Investment Act of requires that, with certain exceptions, training services be delivered through the use of Individual Training Accounts (ITAs), which participants can use to procure the training of their choice, so long as the training program is on a state¿s eligible training provider (ETP) list.

Individual Training Accounts, Eligible Training Provider Lists, and Consumer Report Systems. Paul Decker Irma Perez-Johnson A crucial change brought about by the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of has been the requirement that local workforce agencies use training vouchers, known as Individual Training Accounts (ITAs).

Presents interim findings from an evaluation of 13 grantees' efforts to deliver training services through the use of Individual Training Accounts, which participants can use to procure the training of their choice, as long as it is state-approved. Get this from a library.

An evaluation of the individual training account/eligible training provider demonstration: final report. [Ron D'Amico; Jeffrey Salzman; Social Policy Research Associates.; Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.; United States. Employment and Training Administration.]. Money Follows the Person Annual Evaluation Report Executive Summary Carol V.

Irvin, Noelle Denny-Brown, Alex Bohl, John Schurrer, Wilfredo Lim, Rebecca SweetlLester and Victoria Peebles Medicare Beneficiaries and Choice in the Detroit Metropolitan Area, Marsha Gold, Cheryl Young and Beth Stevens. The Evaluation of the Individual Training Account / Eligible Training Provider Demonstration The Workforce Investment Act of requires that, with certain exceptions, training services be delivered through the use of Individual Training Accounts (ITAs), which participants can use to procure the training of their choice, so long as the training program is on a state's eligible training provider.

To ensure Individual Training Accounts meet the needs of learners and the overall aims of the scheme, training providers must demonstrate the quality and outcomes of their courses.

ITA courses are selected and monitored according to the positive outcomes they can offer to. evaluation of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Individual Training Account/Eligible Training Provider demonstration (ITA/ETA) project found that one of the advantages of purchasing training on a classroom rather than individual basis was the mutual support.

Individual Training Account Demonstration. Training services accessed through the WIOA Adult and Dislocated Worker programs are generally funded through individual training accounts (ITAs), which participants can use to procure the training of their choice, so long as the training program is on a state’s eligible training provider (ETP) list.

studies of the new program—the National Evaluation of WIA Implementation (D‟Amico et al. ), the Evaluation of the Individual Training Account/Eligible Training Provider Demonstration (D‟Amico et al. ), and the Individual Training Account Experiment (McConnell et al.

Individual Training Accounts are now on hold to new applications. In the third phase of the scheme forwe closed to new applications on 18 February. ITA approved training providers will receive information on the future of the scheme in due course. Read our updated FAQs.

What are Individual Training Accounts. An evaluation of the Individual Training Account/Eligible Training Provider Demonstration. Research and Evaluation Monograph series A. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Labor. Google ScholarCited by:. Training services will be provided in a manner that maximizes informed consumer choice in selecting an eligible provider.

When participants and local areas select an eligible training provider, they should consider providers who are eligible for financial aid to ensure best utilization of WIOA Size: KB.An Evaluation of the Individual Training Account/Eligible Training Provider Demonstration: Final Report.

1; 2; 3; Recent Posts. SPR’s response to COVID; Announcement of New Hire, Dr. Sallie Yoshida; SPR Year in Review: ; SPR’s Evaluation of the California Apprenticeship Initiative. Purpose. To provide guidance and establish the Central Oklahoma Workforce Innovation Board’s policy for the Individual Training Account (ITA) in accordance with Oklahoma Workforce Development Issuance OWDIChange 1, Adult and Dislocated Worker and OWDIChange 2, WIOA Title I Youth Program.