Regional Services: Presentation Template

Regional Services: Presentation Template

The WIOA Participation Cycle Presentation Overview Definitions Program Enrollment Extending Participation Program Exit Follow-up Definitions Participant - an eligible applicant who has received at least one participation service after satisfying all applicable programmatic requirements for the provision of services, such as eligibility

determination. Title I Adults and Dislocated Workers - an eligible Applicant who has received at least one participation service on or after the date the Applicant was determined eligible Title I Youth - an applicant who has satisfied all applicable program requirements for the provision of services, including eligibility determination, an objective assessment, and development of an individual service strategy, and received one or more of the 14 WIOA Youth program elements Definitions

Participation service - a staff-assisted service provided to an eligible applicant Title I Adults and Dislocated Workers - a staff-assisted service provided to an eligible applicant, other than supportive services, information-only services, or follow-up services. Included are career and training services that are provided by WIOA staff Title I Youth - a staff-assisted service provided to an eligible applicant, other information-only services, or follow-up services. Included are career and training services that are provided by WIOA staff (Supportive services are not participation services for Ad & DW, but they are for Youth)

Definitions Non-participation service - a service or activity that does not commence or extend program participation Title I Adults and Dislocated Workers - Supportive services, self-service, information-only, administrative, follow-up, and locally defined services are non-participation services. Title I Youth - Self-service, information-only, administrative, follow-up services, and locally defined services are non-participation services (Supportive services are not participation services for Ad & DW, but

they are for Youth) Definitions Participation date - the date an eligible Applicant receives the first participation service Exiter - a Participant who has not received a participation service for 90 consecutive calendar days, has no gap in service, and is not scheduled for future services Exit date - the last date of service. The last day of service cannot be determined until at least 90 days have elapsed since the participant last received staff-assisted participation services. This also requires that

there are no plans to provide the participant with future services. Period of participation the period of time between the participation date and the exit date Definitions Gap in Service - prevents an unintended exit from occurring and may be utilized by the Case Manager in one of three allowable circumstances: Delay before the beginning of training; Health/medical condition or providing care for a family member with a health/ medical condition; Temporary move from the area that results in temporary discontinuance of services, including National Guard or other

related military service. The duration of the gap in service (PG service) cannot exceed 180 days, and the Case Manager must document one of the above circumstances in addition to the participants intent to continue services once the issue prompting the gap in service has been resolved. Program Enrollment On the date the first participation service is provided, an eligible Applicant is enrolled in the appropriate Program The enrollment date must match the date of the first program-funded service, on or after the date eligibility is determined For a Title I Youth applicant to be enrolled, they must satisfy all 4 applicable program requirements within 30 days of the first programfunded service:

Eligibility determination Objective Assessment Individual Service Strategy Participation in at least one of the 14 youth program elements Extending Participation Every participation service provided to a Participant, once recorded, establishes a new exit date.

Title I Adults and Dislocated Workers Supportive services, selfservice, information-only services or activities, follow-up services, administrative services, and locally defined services do not extend participation Title I Youth - Self-service, information-only services or activities, follow-up services, administrative services, and locally defined services do not extend participation Program Exit After 90 days of no participation services being provided, exit occurs retroactively to the last date of service. Co-enrolled Exiters: A co-enrolled participant cannot be exited until participation has been completed for all of the programs in which the participant is enrolled

Example: When an individual is co-enrolled in Youth and Adult, and is receiving supportive services, supportive services will extend participation and the exit date. Follow-Up: WIOA Title I Adult/Dislocated Worker Exiters Local areas must provide follow-up services for adults and dislocated worker participants who are placed in unsubsidized employment, for not less than 12 months after the first day of employment Adult/DW Follow-up Services Definition: Any career or supportive service (but not a training service) that directly supports the

continued employment of the adult or dislocated worker customer. Follow-up services do not extend the date of exit Follow-up services for adults and dislocated workers are designed to ensure job retention, wage gains and career progress The 12-month follow-up requirement is completed upon one year from the date of exit Follow-Up: WIOA Title I Youth Exiters Must be provided to all participants for a minimum of 12 months, unless the participant declines or cannot be located or contacted May include only the following program elements:

Supportive services Adult mentoring Financial literacy education Services providing labor market and employment information about indemand industry sectors or occupations available in the local area, such as career awareness, career counseling, and career exploration services; Activities that help youth prepare for and transition to postsecondary education and training. Youth Follow-up Services Definition: Any career service (but not a

training service or other than the 5 allowed youth elements) that directly supports the continued employment or post-secondary success of the youth customer. Questions? References A. B. C. D. Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, PL 113-128 July 22, 2014

Wagner-Peyser Act of 1933 as amended by Title III of WIOA WIOA Regulations at 20 CFR parts 651, 652, 680, and 682 Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 10-16, Performance Accountability Guidance for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I, Title II, Title III and Title IV Core Programs E. TEGL 19-16, Guidance on Services provided through the Adult and Dislocated Worker Programs under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) and the Wagner-Peyser Act Employment Service (ES), as amended by title III of WIOA, and for Implementation of the WIOA Final Rules F. TEGL 21-16, Third Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I Youth Formula Program Guidance

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