Title 20

PART 680

Part 680 - Adult And Dislocated Worker Activities Under Title I Of The Workforce Innovation And Opportunity Act

PART 680 - ADULT AND DISLOCATED WORKER ACTIVITIES UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY ACT Authority:Secs. 122, 134, 189, 503, Pub. L. 113-128, 128 Stat. 1425 (Jul. 22, 2014). Source:81 FR 56385, Aug. 19, 2016, unless otherwise noted.

20:4.0.1.1.22.1SUBPART A
Subpart A - Delivery of Adult and Dislocated Worker Activities Under Title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.1SECTION 680.100
   680.100 What is the role of the adult and dislocated worker programs in the one-stop delivery system
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.2SECTION 680.110
   680.110 When must adults and dislocated workers be registered and considered a participant
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.3SECTION 680.120
   680.120 What are the eligibility criteria for career services for adults in the adult and dislocated worker programs
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.4SECTION 680.130
   680.130 What are the eligibility criteria for career services for dislocated workers in the adult and dislocated worker programs
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.5SECTION 680.140
   680.140 What Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act title I adult and dislocated worker services are Local Workforce Development Boards required and permitted to provide
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.6SECTION 680.150
   680.150 What career services must be provided to adults and dislocated workers
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.7SECTION 680.160
   680.160 How are career services delivered
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.8SECTION 680.170
   680.170 What is the individual employment plan
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.9SECTION 680.180
   680.180 What is an internship or work experience for adults and dislocated workers
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.10SECTION 680.190
   680.190 What is a transitional job
20:4.0.1.1.22.1.5.11SECTION 680.195
   680.195 What funds may be used for transitional jobs
20:4.0.1.1.22.2SUBPART B
Subpart B - Training Services
20:4.0.1.1.22.2.5.1SECTION 680.200
   680.200 What are training services for adults and dislocated workers
20:4.0.1.1.22.2.5.2SECTION 680.210
   680.210 Who may receive training services
20:4.0.1.1.22.2.5.3SECTION 680.220
   680.220 Are there particular career services an individual must receive before receiving training services under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
20:4.0.1.1.22.2.5.4SECTION 680.230
   680.230 What are the requirements for coordination of Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act training funds and other grant assistance
20:4.0.1.1.22.3SUBPART C
Subpart C - Individual Training Accounts
20:4.0.1.1.22.3.5.1SECTION 680.300
   680.300 How are training services provided
20:4.0.1.1.22.3.5.2SECTION 680.310
   680.310 Can the duration and amount of Individual Training Accounts be limited
20:4.0.1.1.22.3.5.3SECTION 680.320
   680.320 Under what circumstances may mechanisms other than Individual Training Accounts be used to provide training services
20:4.0.1.1.22.3.5.4SECTION 680.330
   680.330 How can Individual Training Accounts, supportive services, and needs-related payments be used to support placing participating adults and dislocated workers into a registered apprenticeship program and support participants once they are in a regist
20:4.0.1.1.22.3.5.5SECTION 680.340
   680.340 What are the requirements for consumer choice
20:4.0.1.1.22.3.5.6SECTION 680.350
   680.350 May Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act title I adult and dislocated worker funds be used to directly support adult education and literacy activities
20:4.0.1.1.22.4SUBPART D
Subpart D - Eligible Training Providers
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.1SECTION 680.400
   680.400 What is the purpose of this subpart
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.2SECTION 680.410
   680.410 What is an eligible training provider
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.3SECTION 680.420
   680.420 What is a “program of training services”
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.4SECTION 680.430
   680.430 Who is responsible for managing the training provider eligibility process
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.5SECTION 680.440
   680.440 [Reserved]
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.6SECTION 680.450
   680.450 What is the initial eligibility process for new providers and programs
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.7SECTION 680.460
   680.460 What is the application procedure for continued eligibility
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.8SECTION 680.470
   680.470 What are the procedures for including and removing registered apprenticeship programs on a State list of eligible training providers and programs
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.9SECTION 680.480
   680.480 May an eligible training provider lose its eligibility
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.10SECTION 680.490
   680.490 What kind of performance and cost information must eligible training providers other than registered apprenticeship programs provide for each program of training services
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.11SECTION 680.500
   680.500 How is the State list of eligible training providers and programs disseminated
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.12SECTION 680.510
   680.510 In what ways can a Local Workforce Development Board supplement the information available from the State list of eligible training providers and programs
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.13SECTION 680.520
   680.520 May individuals choose training providers and programs located outside of the local area or outside of the State
20:4.0.1.1.22.4.5.14SECTION 680.530
   680.530 What eligibility requirements apply to providers of on-the-job-training, customized training, incumbent worker training, and other training exceptions
20:4.0.1.1.22.5SUBPART E
Subpart E - Priority and Special Populations
20:4.0.1.1.22.5.5.1SECTION 680.600
   680.600 What priority must be given to low-income adults and public assistance recipients and individuals who are basic skills deficient served with adult funds under title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
20:4.0.1.1.22.5.5.2SECTION 680.610
   680.610 Does the statutory priority for use of adult funds also apply to dislocated worker funds
20:4.0.1.1.22.5.5.3SECTION 680.620
   680.620 How does the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families program relate to the one-stop delivery system
20:4.0.1.1.22.5.5.4SECTION 680.630
   680.630 How does a displaced homemaker qualify for services under title I of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
20:4.0.1.1.22.5.5.5SECTION 680.640
   680.640 May an individual with a disability whose family does not meet income eligibility criteria under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act be eligible for priority as a low-income adult
20:4.0.1.1.22.5.5.6SECTION 680.650
   680.650 Do veterans receive priority of service under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
20:4.0.1.1.22.5.5.7SECTION 680.660
   680.660 Are separating military service members eligible for dislocated worker activities under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
20:4.0.1.1.22.6SUBPART F
Subpart F - Work-Based Training
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.1SECTION 680.700
   680.700 What are the requirements for on-the-job training
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.2SECTION 680.710
   680.710 What are the requirements for on-the-job training contracts for employed workers
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.3SECTION 680.720
   680.720 What conditions govern on-the-job training payments to employers
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.4SECTION 680.730
   680.730 Under what conditions may a Governor or Local Workforce Development Board raise the on-the-job training reimbursement rate up to 75 percent of the wage rate
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.5SECTION 680.740
   680.740 How can on-the-job training funds be used to support placing participants into a registered apprenticeship program
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.6SECTION 680.750
   680.750 Can Individual Training Account and on-the-job training funds be combined to support placing participants into a registered apprenticeship program
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.7SECTION 680.760
   680.760 What is customized training
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.8SECTION 680.770
   680.770 What are the requirements for customized training for employed workers
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.9SECTION 680.780
   680.780 Who is an “incumbent worker” for purposes of statewide and local employment and training activities
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.10SECTION 680.790
   680.790 What is incumbent worker training
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.11SECTION 680.800
   680.800 What funds may be used for incumbent worker training
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.12SECTION 680.810
   680.810 What criteria must be taken into account for an employer to be eligible to receive local incumbent worker training funds
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.13SECTION 680.820
   680.820 Are there cost sharing requirements for local area incumbent worker training
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.14SECTION 680.830
   680.830 May funds provided to employers for work-based training be used to assist, promote, or deter union organizing
20:4.0.1.1.22.6.5.15SECTION 680.840
   680.840 May funds provided to employers for work-based training and other work experiences be used to fill job openings as a result of a labor dispute
20:4.0.1.1.22.7SUBPART G
Subpart G - Supportive Services
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.1SECTION 680.900
   680.900 What are supportive services for adults and dislocated workers
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.2SECTION 680.910
   680.910 When may supportive services be provided to participants
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.3SECTION 680.920
   680.920 Are there limits on the amount or duration of funds for supportive services
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.4SECTION 680.930
   680.930 What are needs-related payments
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.5SECTION 680.940
   680.940 What are the eligibility requirements for adults to receive needs-related payments
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.6SECTION 680.950
   680.950 What are the eligibility requirements for dislocated workers to receive needs-related payments
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.7SECTION 680.960
   680.960 May needs-related payments be paid while a participant is waiting to start training classes
20:4.0.1.1.22.7.5.8SECTION 680.970
   680.970 How is the level of needs-related payments determined