Haw. Code R. § 12-6-2 - Definitions
Current through February, 2022
As used in this chapter:
"Applicant" means an organization or individual that responds to a request for proposals for the macro or micro training programs under this chapter.
"Auxiliary services" means training- and employment- related activities such as educational and vocational assessment, counseling, and job development and placement.
"Business-specific training" and "industry or employer-specific training" means training which is designed for one employer, an employer group, or an industry.
"Capacity-building" means the enhancement of a public or private sector organization's ability to develop and implement training and training-related programs through activities such as train-the-trainer programs; staff, instructor, supervisory, mid-level management, or supervisory training; provision of instructional equipment and other training resources; curriculum development; information development and delivery; and development of collaborative efforts among business and industry, labor, education, nonprofit, and employment and training organizations.
"Critical skill shortages in high growth occupational or industry areas" means shortages in either high growth or demand occupations which are determined by the director on the basis of research data, employer surveys, agency studies, plans, and similar information,
"Department" means the department of labor and industrial relations.
"Director" means the director of labor and industrial relations,
"Employer" means an organization which is registered with the department for unemployment insurance purposes and has a current department of labor employer identification number.
"Employer groups" means professional or trade associations representing business and industry.
"In-kind contributions" means costs incurred by an employer that are attributable to a training program or project such as classroom or workplace facilities, training equipment or supplies, instructors, and supervisory time.
"Macro" means innovative or customized training programs designed and developed by business and industry; which may include, but not be limited to, curriculum development, train-the-trainer activities, training for a particular industry, or a compilation of training activities, which may include upgrade training, entry-level skills training, job-specific training, new skills training, and retraining.
"Micro" means training that is already available within the community to businesses and individuals.
"Nonprofit corporation or organization" means an organization determined to be exempt from payment of the federal income tax by the Internal Revenue Service.
"Supplanting" means to subsidize training that is directly related to the goods and services that an employer provides to the public.
"Training" means any activity which will prepare a person for an occupation and may include upgrade training, pre-employment and entry-level skills training, job-specific skills training, new skills training, and retraining.
"Training provider or vendor" means an organization contracted by the department to provide training services under this chapter and may include public sector agencies, labor organizations, private sector entities, and nonprofit organizations.
"Train-the-trainer" means an instructional program provided to individuals who, in turn, will train others.
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