North Dakota Training: What you need to know

The federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) supersedes the Job Training Partnership Act and encompasses such federal training acts as the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act and the Wagner-Peyser Act. These, and others like them, call for a partnership of public agencies and private employers to plan and deliver training programs for unemployed workers, dislocated workers, or workers who have had previous difficulty in getting or keeping work. The program gives each state three block grants targeting adult employment and training, disadvantaged youth employment and training, and adult education and family literacy programs. The federal government retains oversight, reviews state programs, and rejects those that do not meet the Act's standards.
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The North Dakota Workforce Development Council (WDC) is authorized and designated as the state’s workforce investment board in accordance with the federal WIA. The role of the WDC is to advise the governor and the public concerning the nature and extent of workforce development in the context of North Dakota's economic development needs and how to meet these needs effectively while maximizing the efficient use of available resources and avoiding unnecessary duplication of effort. The Youth Development Council is a permanent standing committee of the WDC in accordance with the federal WIA.
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Work Force 20/20. North Dakota has a policy of supporting and promoting skill training, retraining, and upgrade training for workers. The program gives particular priority to companies undergoing major technological changes, to occupations ...

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