The grantee shall:
(1) develop a program plan for outreach and recruitment of AFDC recipients which includes recruiting from community based organizations and educational agencies, especially those that provide remediation, including but not limited to the Private Industry Councils (PICs), Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs, CETO programs and General Equivalency Diploma (GED) programs. The recipients shall also include displaced homemakers and dislocated workers.
(2) specify the geographical area that the program will serve;
(3) prepare a summary of the program, outlining goals and objectives, including the participants' responsibilities;
(4) provide an effective self-assessment component of the participants' business ideas and commitment to self employment, an assessment of the candidates' abilities and skill competency levels to market, finance and manage a business;
(5) train the participant in fundamental business skills. This basic business training may be up to six months long covering areas such as marketing and finance (including record keeping, tax management, leasing, loan packaging, financial analysis and business planning). During this training phase, the participant shall develop a business plan which will serve as a tool for managing the business.