Haw. Code R. § 12-6-1 - Scope and purpose

Current through February, 2022

(a) These rules implement section 383-128, HRS, (Act 68, SLH 1991) which establishes an employment and training fund to train and maintain a skilled competitive workforce.
(b) As cited in section 383-128, HRS, funds may be used for:
(1) The operation of the Hawaii state employment service for which no federal funds have been allocated;
(2) Business-specific training programs to create a more diversified job base and to carry out the purposes of the new industry training program pursuant to section 394-8, HRS;
(3) Industry or employer-specific training programs where there are critical skill shortages in high growth occupational or industry areas;
(4) Training and retraining programs to assist workers who have become recently unemployed or are likely to be unemployed;
(5) Programs to assist residents who do not otherwise qualify for federal or state job training programs to overcome employment barriers; and
(6) Training programs to provide job-specific skills for individuals in need of such assistance to improve career employment prospects.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 12-6-1
[Eff 5/04/92; comp 12/09/02] (Auth: HRS §§ 383-92, 383-128) (Imp: HRS § 383-128)

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