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Law of Opportunities and Innovation in the Working Force Law WIOA.
Replaces the Law on Investment in the Workforce (WIA).
It entered into force on July 1, 2016.
It is a revitalized system that provides the participant with the information, assistance in the search for employment and the training needed to obtain and maintain a job.
To improve the services provided to the Clients, particularly those with Barriers, to have access to Employment, Education, Support and Training Opportunities needed to be successful in the Labor Market.
To raise the level of employment, retention and income of the participants.
To increase the knowledge and occupational skills of the working force.
To reduce the dependency on the governmental aids.
To provide the Employer, workers with the necessary Skills.
Single Management Center (CGU)
The Single Management Center is the integration of the physical structure, technological resources and human resources necessary to guarantee the provision of services aimed at obtaining and / or retaining a job.
We found the Fundamental Principles of the WIOA
Law Integration and Simplification of Services
Allows Access to System Customers:
separately administer different programs, as part of a set of integrated services offered to the Client.
The Center must provide:
Career Services (Basic, Individualized and of Follow-up)
Access to employment opportunities and training activities
Access to the Activities and the different Programs of the Partners of the Center
Labor Market and Labor Force Information
Partners of the Single Work Management CenterWIOA
Program – Title Adults, Displaced Workers and Youth Program Program.
Employment Service “Wagner Peyser”
Patron Relations, among others.
Department of Education
Adults and Literacy Education Program
Vocational Rehabilitation – Title I of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Migrants and Seasonal Workers
PathstoneNational Council On Aging Program – NCOA
Chapter V “Older American Act”
“Trade Adjustment Assisting Act” (TAA)
Training and Employment Activities (Community Services Block Grant)
Municipal Housing DepartmentHUD Program
(Training and Employment)
ProgramSection 212 – Second Chance Act 2007
Orientation on Services provided in the CGU
Center of resources
Partenrs of WIOA
Employment technicians among other services.
BASIC CAREER SERVICES:
Labor Market Information
Preparation of Resume
Access to Internet
Eligibility Determination and Evaluation Initial
List of Vacant Jobs
Information of Skills Needed to Obtain Vacant Employment
States of the Workforce and Labor Market
Execution Reports -Service Providers
Training Services Data
List of Eligible Providers Availability of Support Services or Support Services, Economic Incentives , Etc.
Information on Non-Traditional Jobs
INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICES OF CAREER
Specialized and specialized evaluation of levels of Skills and determination of Necessity of Services Group,
Individual and Occupational Counseling (Including Monitoring)
Development of an Individual Work Plan
Referred to Psychologists
Pre-Vocationals of Short Term
Experiences of Work and Internships
Workforce Readiness Activities
Financial Education Services
Replacement Services Assistance
English Language Learning integrated with an Educational Training Program
Will be provided for participants who are placed in an unsubsidized job.
Will be offered up to a maximum of twelve (12) months of follow-up service after the first day of work.
Training in Occupational Skills (Including NOT Traditional)
ITA Account (Individual Training Account)
Training in Employment (O.J.T.)
Training for Incumbent Workers
Increase in Skills and Readiness
Education for Adults and Literacy Activities
Training, among others