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Title 45Subtitle BChapter IVPart 400Subpart I → §400.154


Title 45: Public Welfare
PART 400—REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT PROGRAM
Subpart I—Refugee Social Services


§400.154   Employability services.

A State may provide the following employability services—

(a) Employment services, including development of a family self-sufficiency plan and an individual employability plan, world-of-work and job orientation, job clubs, job workshops, job development, referral to job opportunities, job search, and job placement and followup.

(b) Employability assessment services, including aptitude and skills testing.

(c) On-the job training, when such training is provided at the employment site and is expected to result in full-time, permanent, unsubsidized employment with the employer who is providing the training.

(d) English language instruction, with an emphasis on English as it relates to obtaining and retaining a job.

(e) Vocational training, including driver education and training when provided as part of an individual employability plan.

(f) Skills recertification, when such training meets the criteria for appropriate training in §400.81(b) of this part.

(g) Day care for children, when necessary for participation in an employability service or for the acceptance or retention of employment.

(h) Transportation, when necessary for participation in an employability service or for the acceptance or retention of employment.

(i) Translation and interpreter services, when necessary in connection with employment or participation in an employability service.

(j) Case management services, as defined in §400.2 of this part, for refugees who are considered employable under §400.76 and for recipients of TANF and GA who are considered employable, provided that such services are directed toward a refugee's attainment of employment as soon as possible after arrival in the United States.

(k) Assistance in obtaining Employment Authorization Documents (EADs).

[54 FR 5481, Feb. 3, 1989, as amended at 60 FR 33603, June 28, 1995; 65 FR 15449, Mar. 22, 2000]

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