Programs and services.
Training for Industry Programs (TIP) has the responsibility of working with the
appropriate delivery agency to provide new job slot training for new or
expanding business and industry. This training is provided to targeted business
and industry in selected manufacturing, processing, and national or regional
offices of business and industry that are creating new employment opportunities
or others that have significant economic impact on Oklahoma's economy. These
companies are traditionally considered exporters of goods and/or services and
importers of capital.
Development of training agreements.
Statement of Understanding.
A "Statement of Understanding" shall define the specific responsibilities of
each party involved in a training program, including the company, the
community, the technology center, and the appropriate Department
agreements. Training agreements will be developed jointly, using a
training needs analysis, by company representatives, local technology center
personnel, and Department staff.
Changes. Any changes in
training agreements will be subject to approval by Department staff.
funds. State support for TIP training is based upon the availability of
funds and administered by Department staff in accordance with TIP guidelines
Equipment. Equipment used for training shall be furnished by the
local technology center or the Department (either from the Equipment Pool
inventory or transferred from another technology center). In the case of highly
specialized equipment, the company will be requested to loan or lease this
equipment to Training for Industry Programs for the purposes of training. The
local education authority (LEA) is responsible for routine and preventative
maintenance on all state owned equipment, used in training. The LEA will be
responsible for replacing equipment that is salvaged due to lack of
maintenance, abuse of equipment, or natural disaster. The LEA is responsible
for replacing equipment that is lost or stolen.
Utilities. In programs
operated in a technology center, costs of the utilities will be borne by the
technology center. Costs of utilities for a program operated in a company's
facilities will be borne by the company. If a training program is operated out
of a temporary facility, utility (water, gas, electricity, local phone
service-allowable long distance) expenses will be a coordinated effort of the
community and Department staff.
Training materials and expendable supplies.
materials and expendable supplies will be provided at the expense of Training
for Industry Programs. Materials used by trainees in the process of their
training will be retained and disposed of by the Department.
Resulting products. Products
produced during the training program will be the property of the Department and
will be picked up by or returned to the Equipment Pool or Department staff via
accepted Department inventory practices.
Training aids. Training
aids, such as technical manuals, DVD's and power point presentations will be
developed for training programs when determined by the needs analysis, and only
when the lead time schedule allows for the completion in time to be used during
the training defined by the Statement of Understanding. Training aids will be
developed at the expense of Training for Industry Programs in cooperation with
Instructors. Instructors shall be secured locally, whenever
Consultants. When deemed necessary by Training for Industry
Programs, consultants may be used to assist in the development and delivery of
training programs per staff recommendation/ approval.
reimbursements for the delivery/performance of training, as specified in a
Statement of Understanding, will be made to the local technology center. All
reimbursements shall be submitted in accordance with established TIP guidelines
Program and enrollment information shall be submitted to the
Information Management Division of the Oklahoma Department of Career and
Technology Education as outlined in
Okla. Admin. Code §
Amended at 10 Ok Reg 1881, eff 5-13-93;
Amended at 11 Ok Reg 2901, eff 6-13-94; Amended at 14 Ok Reg 2038, eff 5-27-97;
Amended at 15 Ok Reg 3496, eff 7-13-98; Amended at 16 Ok Reg 3223, eff 7-12-99;
Amended at 18 Ok Reg 3302, eff 7-26-01; Amended at 21 Ok Reg 2919, eff 7-11-04;
Amended at 28 Ok Reg 2145, eff 7-11-11
Register, Volume 33, Issue 24, September 1, 2016, eff.