Added to capture other important types of training programs not noted in previous WAC
The department may support miscellaneous training programs that are necessary to the achievement of the participant's employment goal, such as:
(1) Basic academic remedial course work and literacy training that are needed to function on the job in the integrated and competitive labor market, including GED or secondary school training leading to a diploma.
(2) Training and course work to support small business ownership or preparation for the Randolph-Sheppard Act (20 U.S.C. Sec 107) opportunities.
(3) Courses taken at four-year, junior or community colleges not leading to a certificate or diploma that are needed to function on the job in the integrated and competitive labor market.
(4) A training program designed to meet the special requirements of an employer who has entered into an agreement with a service delivery area to hire individuals who are trained to the employer's specifications. The training may occur at the employer's site or provided by a training vendor able to meet the employer's requirements. Such training usually requires a commitment from the employer to hire a specified number of trainees who satisfactorily complete the training.
(5) A registered apprenticeship program.
New addition to the Washington Administrative Code.