20 CFR 662.240 - What are a program's applicable core services?
(b) The core services identified in section 134(d)(2) of the WIA are:
(1) Determinations of whether the individuals are eligible to receive assistance under subtitle B of title I of WIA;
(2) Outreach, intake (which may include worker profiling), and orientation to the information and other services available through the One-Stop delivery system;
(3) Initial assessment of skill levels, aptitudes, abilities, and supportive service needs;
(4) Job search and placement assistance, and where appropriate, career counseling;
(5) Provision of employment statistics information, including the provision of accurate information relating to local, regional, and national labor market areas, including -
(i) Job vacancy listings in such labor market areas;
(ii) Information on job skills necessary to obtain the listed jobs; and
(iii) Information relating to local occupations in demand and the earnings and skill requirements for such occupations;
(6) Provision of program performance information and program cost information on:
(i) Eligible providers of training services described in WIA section 122;
(ii) Eligible providers of youth activities described in WIA section 123;
(iii) Providers of adult education described in title II;
(iv) Providers of postsecondary vocational education activities and vocational education activities available to school dropouts under the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Education Act (20 U.S.C. 2301et seq.); and
(7) Provision of information on how the local area is performing on the local performance measures and any additional performance information with respect to the One-Stop delivery system in the local area;
(8) Provision of accurate information relating to the availability of supportive services, including, at a minimum, child care and transportation, available in the local area, and referral to such services, as appropriate;
(9) Provision of information regarding filing claims for unemployment compensation;
(10) Assistance in establishing eligibility for programs of financial aid assistance for training and education programs that are not funded under this Act and are available in the local area; and
(11) Followup services, including counseling regarding the workplace, for participants in workforce investment activities authorized under subtitle (B) of title I of WIA who are placed in unsubsidized employment, for not less than 12 months after the first day of the employment, as appropriate.
Title 20 published on 2015-11-18.
No entries appear in the Federal Register after this date, for 20 CFR Part 662.