20 CFR 645.220 - What activities are allowable under this part?
(a) Job readiness activities, subject to the requirements of § 645.221 of this subpart.
(b) Vocational educational training or job training. A participant is limited to six calendar months of such training if (s)he is not also employed or participating in an employment activity, as described in paragraph (c) of this section.
(c) Employment activities which consist of any of the following:
(1) Community service programs;
(2) Work experience programs;
(3) Job creation through public or private sector employment wage subsidies; and
(4) On-the-job training.
(d) Job placement services subject to the requirements of § 645.221 of this subpart.
(e) Post-employment services which are provided after an individual is placed in one of the employment activities listed in paragraph (c) of this section, or in any other subsidized or unsubsidized job, subject to the requirements of § 645.221 of this subpart. Post-employment services include such services as:
(1) Basic educational skills training;
(2) Occupational skills training;
(3) English as a second language training; and
(f) Job retention services and support services that are provided after an individual is placed in a job readiness activity, as specified in paragraph (a) of this section; in vocational education or job training, as specified in paragraph (b) of this section; in one of the employment activities, as specified in paragraph (c) of this section, or in any other subsidized or unsubsidized job. WtW participants who are enrolled in Workforce Investment Act (WIA) or JTPA activities, such as occupational skills training, may also receive job retention and support services funded with WtW monies while they are participating in WIA activities. Job retention and support services can be provided with WtW funds only if they are not otherwise available to the participant. Job retention and support services include such services as:
(1) Transportation assistance;
(2) Substance abuse treatment (except that WtW funds may not be used to provide medical treatment);
(3) Child care assistance;
(4) Emergency or short term housing assistance; and
(5) Other supportive services.
(g) Individual development accounts which are established in accordance with the Act.
(h) Outreach, recruitment, intake, assessment, eligibility determination, development of an individualized service strategy, and case management may be incorporated in the design of any of the allowable activities listed in paragraphs (a) through (g) of this section (section 403(a)(5)(C) of the Act).
- 20 CFR 645.221 — For What Activities and Services Must Local Boards Use Contracts or Vouchers?
- 20 CFR 645.260 — What Health and Safety Provisions Apply to Participants in Welfare-To-Work Programs?
- 20 CFR 645.265 — What Safeguards Are There to Ensure That Participants in Welfare-To-Work Employment Activities Do Not Displace Other Employees?
- 20 CFR 645.130 — What Are the Effective Dates for the Welfare-To-Work 1999 Amendments?
- 20 CFR 645.270 — What Procedures Are There to Ensure That Currently Employed Workers May File Grievances Regarding Displacement and That Welfare-To-Work Participants in Employment Activities May File Grievances Regarding Displacement, Health and Safety Standards and Gender Discrimination?