Public Comment on WIOA State Plan
The Workforce Development Council Seeks Public Input for State Plan Addressing Idaho’s Critical Workforce Needs
The 2016-2019 Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) state plan, developed jointly with Idaho’s state workforce partners, outlines the state’s four-year strategic plan for its workforce development system to meet Idaho’s educational and training needs required for a skilled workforce now and in the future.
The updates to the state plan are open for public comment until March 13. To comment on the plan, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Idaho WIOA Combined State Plan
This document contains the analyses, vision, goals, strategies and operational planning elements which pertain to all programs included in the plan.
Program Specific Plans - (not included in combined plan document above)
The following documents provide the detailed program plans for both core and optional programs included in Idaho’s Combined State Plan.
Adult, Dislocated Worker and Youth Programs Activities Under Title I-B
Wagner-Peyser Act Program
Optional Partner – Trade Adjustment Assistance
Optional Partner - Jobs for Veterans State Grants
The Title II program in Idaho is administered by the Idaho Division of Professional-Technical Education.
Vocational Rehabilitation programs authorized under Title IV are administered by two agencies in Idaho - the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Each agency is required to submit a separate program plan.
The SCSEP program in Idaho is administered by the Idaho Commission on Aging and is an optional combined state plan partner.
The comment period for Idaho Department of Labor rule changes has passed.
Below is a schedule of planned meetings with the topics to be discussed. Links will be provided to the documents each week as they are up for discussion.
Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2018
- (b)(1) Vision
- (b)(2) Goals
- (b)(4) Assessment
- (c)(2) Alignment and Gaps