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TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits

CHAPTER V—EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (CONTINUED)

PART 663—ADULT AND DISLOCATED WORKER ACTIVITIES UNDER TITLE I OF THE WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT

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Subpart A—DELIVERY OF ADULT AND DISLOCATED WORKER SERVICES THROUGH THE ONE-STOP DELIVERY SYSTEM

§663.100
What is the role of the adult and dislocated worker programs in the One-Stop delivery system?
§663.105
When must adults and dislocated workers be registered?
§663.110
What are the eligibility criteria for core services for adults in the adult and dislocated worker programs?
§663.115
What are the eligibility criteria for core services for dislocated workers in the adult and dislocated worker programs?
§663.120
Are displaced homemakers eligible for dislocated worker activities under WIA?
§663.145
What services are WIA title I adult and dislocated workers formula funds used to provide?
§663.150
What core services must be provided to adults and dislocated workers?
§663.155
How are core services delivered?
§663.160
Are there particular core services an individual must receive before receiving intensive services under WIA section 134(d)(3)?
§663.165
How long must an individual be in core services in order to be eligible for intensive services?
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Subpart B—INTENSIVE SERVICES

§663.200
What are intensive services for adults and dislocated workers?
§663.210
How are intensive services delivered?
§663.220
Who may receive intensive services?
§663.230
What criteria must be used to determine whether an employed worker needs intensive services to obtain or retain employment leading to “self-sufficiency”?
§663.240
Are there particular intensive services an individual must receive before receiving training services under WIA section 134(d)(4)(A)(i)?
§663.245
What is the individual employment plan?
§663.250
How long must an individual participant be in intensive services to be eligible for training services?
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Subpart C—TRAINING SERVICES

§663.300
What are training services for adults and dislocated workers?
§663.310
Who may receive training services?
§663.320
What are the requirements for coordination of WIA training funds and other grant assistance?
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Subpart D—INDIVIDUAL TRAINING ACCOUNTS

§663.400
How are training services provided?
§663.410
What is an Individual Training Account (ITA)?
§663.420
Can the duration and amount of ITA's be limited?
§663.430
Under what circumstances may mechanisms other than ITA's be used to provide training services?
§663.440
What are the requirements for consumer choice?
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Subpart E—ELIGIBLE TRAINING PROVIDERS

§663.500
What is the purpose of this subpart?
§663.505
What are eligible providers of training services?
§663.508
What is a “program of training services”?
§663.510
Who is responsible for managing the eligible provider process?
§663.515
What is the process for initial determination of provider eligibility?
§663.530
Is there a time limit on the period of initial eligibility for training providers?
§663.535
What is the process for determining the subsequent eligibility of a provider?
§663.540
What kind of performance and cost information is required for determinations of subsequent eligibility?
§663.550
How is eligible provider information developed and maintained?
§663.555
How is the State list disseminated?
§663.565
May an eligible training provider lose its eligibility?
§663.570
What is the consumer reports system?
§663.575
In what ways can a Local Board supplement the information available from the State list?
§663.585
May individuals choose training providers located outside of the local area?
§663.590
May a community-based organization (CBO) be included on an eligible provider list?
§663.595
What requirements apply to providers of OJT and customized training?
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Subpart F—PRIORITY AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS

§663.600
What priority must be given to low-income adults and public assistance recipients served with adult funds under title I?
§663.610
Does the statutory priority for use of adult funds also apply to dislocated worker funds?
§663.620
How do the Welfare-to-Work program and the TANF program relate to the One-Stop delivery system?
§663.630
How does a displaced homemaker qualify for services under title I?
§663.640
May an individual with a disability whose family does not meet income eligibility criteria under the Act be eligible for priority as a low-income adult?
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Subpart G—ON-THE-JOB TRAINING (OJT) AND CUSTOMIZED TRAINING

§663.700
What are the requirements for on-the-job training (OJT)?
§663.705
What are the requirements for OJT contracts for employed workers?
§663.710
What conditions govern OJT payments to employers?
§663.715
What is customized training?
§663.720
What are the requirements for customized training for employed workers?
§663.730
May funds provided to employers for OJT of customized training be used to assist, promote, or deter union organizing?
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Subpart H—SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

§663.800
What are supportive services for adults and dislocated workers?
§663.805
When may supportive services be provided to participants?
§663.810
Are there limits on the amounts or duration of funds for supportive services?
§663.815
What are needs-related payments?
§663.820
What are the eligibility requirements for adults to receive needs-related payments?
§663.825
What are the eligibility requirements for dislocated workers to receive needs-related payments?
§663.830
May needs-related payments be paid while a participant is waiting to start training classes?
§663.840
How is the level of needs-related payments determined?


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