Please note that other state's lists can be accessed at http://www.careeronestop.org/WiaProviderSearch.asp
WIA utilizes Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) to pay for occupational training. The Individual Training Account is established on behalf of a participant. All ITAs must be selected by the participant and approved by their WIA case manager. ITAs will be issued for a specific training program and to a specific provider. ITAs may not be transferred from one participant to another. All training must be linked to employment opportunities in the area or to another area where the individual is willing to relocate. Training services may only be made available in accordance with federal and State policies on moving from core/intensive services to training. ITAs may only be issued for training programs included on the state list presented below.
Please note that programs in basic skill training, basic computer software training, training in quality practices and general preparatory services are exempted from these requirements. Appropriate WIA participants will be able to access these services in accordance with federal and State program guidelines.
Instructions for Applying:
In order to have a program included on the list, the training providers will be required to provide the following information as part of their application:
A list of each occupational-skill training program proposed to be included on the list.
A list of the training costs/fees associated with each proposed program to be offered, along with the provider’s refund policy.
Certify compliance with debarment and nondiscrimination policies.
Certify compliance with WIA and all state laws and regulations. Idaho Code requires that all proprietary schools operating in the State of Idaho register and hold a valid certificate of compliance issued by the State Board of Education. Schools exempted from this requirement under Idaho Statute 33-2402 (included in the application) need not apply with the Department of Education. Schools are strongly encouraged to contact the Department of Education to ensure compliance. They may be contacted at (208) 332-1587.
Training providers interested in inclusion to the eligible training provider (ETP) list may obtain information and/or applications in several ways. Providers may:
call (208) 332-3570, extension 3339 (Bill Reed) to speak directly with ETP staff; or,
download the attached application. Providers are strongly encouraged to contact Idaho Department of Labor ETP staff before completing and submitting an application.
Training providers may submit completed applications to the following address:
Idaho Department of Labor
ETP/Workforce Systems Bureau
317 W. Main St.
Boise, ID 83735-0790
Inclusion of training programs on the state list is no way an endorsement by Idaho Department of Labor or the State Workforce Development Council. Interested viewers should work closely with their WIA case manager in identifying appropriate training options and in selecting appropriate training programs.