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Premium member Presentation Transcript Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Orientation Serving Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, and Taylor Counties: Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Orientation Serving Hamilton, Jefferson, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee, and Taylor Counties 1WIA Orientation Outline: What is WIA? Who’s eligible? What services are available? What is your next step after orientation? Where is your local Workforce Career Center? 2 WIA Orientation OutlineWhat is WIA?: Work First Federally-funded 3 levels of service High skill, high demand occupations Goals: Improve the quality of the workforce, reduce welfare dependency, enhance the productivity and competitiveness of the nation’s economy 3 What is WIA?Slide 4: On the other hand: WIA is not an entitlement program. 4Who is eligible for WIA?: Categories: Adults Dislocated Workers Older Youth 5 Who is eligible for WIA? Basic Eligibility: 18 or older US Citizen or Legal Resident eligible to work (Social Security Number) Males born after 1960 must be registered with the US Selective ServiceWho is eligible for WIA?: Adults Dislocated Workers Older Youth 6 Who is eligible for WIA?Who is eligible for WIA?: Adults Dislocated Workers Older Youth 7 Who is eligible for WIA?Who is eligible for WIA?: Adults Dislocated Workers Older Youth 8 Who is eligible for WIA?WIA Levels of Service: Core Services Intensive Services Training Determined after the applicant is unable to obtain or retain employment through core or intensive services 9 WIA Levels of ServiceWIA Levels of Service: Core Services Intensive Services Training Determined after the applicant is unable to obtain or retain employment through core or intensive services 10 WIA Levels of ServiceWIA Levels of Service: Core Services Intensive Services Training Determined after the applicant is unable to obtain or retain employment through core or intensive services 11 WIA Levels of ServiceService Design Framework United States Dept. of Labor: Employment and Training Administration: 12 Service Design Framework United States Dept. of Labor: Employment and Training Administration Intake and Eligibility Determination Core Services Individual Employment Plan/Case File Intensive Services Training Services Set Goals Case Management Attain Goals Need for Intensive Services Need for Training Services Employed Follow-up Services From Basics of Eligibility Determination for WIA Dislocated Workers – Region 3 Financial and Administrative ForumSlide 13: 13 EMPLOYMENT & EDUCATION GOALS DESCRIPTION OF GOAL(S) Long-Term Employment Goal(s): Projected Date of Completion: ________________________ Short-Term Employment Goal(s): Projected Date of Completion: ________________________ Long-Term Education Goal(s): Projected Date of Completion: ________________________ Short-Term Education Goal(s): Projected Date of Completion: ________________________ Customer Signature ______________________________ Date: _____________ Career Consultant Signature ______________________________ Date: _____________ Individual Employment Plan (IEP)General Documentation: Age/Date of Birth United States Citizenship/Legal Resident Selective Service – males born after 1960 Family Size and Income Social Security Number Address Employment or Unemployment status Level of Education 14 General DocumentationCareer Center Locations: North Florida Workforce – Madison Mondays – Fridays from 8am-5pm 705 East Base Street Madison, Florida 32340 (850) 973-WORK Toll Free: (866) 367-4758 North Florida Workforce – Live Oak Mondays – Fridays from 8am-5pm (Closed 12pm-1pm) 815 North Ohio Avenue Live Oak, FL 32064 (386) 362-7000 Toll Free: (877) 677-7573 15 Career Center LocationsAlready Completed Pre-WIA Activities: Registered as a job seeker on www.EmployFlorida.com , Put your resume on www.EmployFlorida.com using the resume builder tool, Taken all four assessments under the individual profile and assessment tab of www.EmployFlorida.com : job skills, personal skills, interests, and work values. Already Completed Pre-WIA Activities 16Next Steps to Employability Through WIA: Review your resume once more. (For help with editing, refer to the resume writing guide that will be in your packet.) Complete the Individual Employment Plan (IEP) detailing your employment and educational goals. This will also be included in your packet. Call to set up an initial assessment appointment with an Adult WIA Career Consultant in the county most convenient to you. Madison: (850)973-WORK or (866)367-4758 (Toll Free) Live Oak: (386)362-7000 or (877)677-7575 (Toll Free) Next Steps to Employability Through WIA 17Slide 18: Our goal for you is self-sufficiency either through employment or with education preparing you for employment. 18Slide 19: MIKE A. MARKETTE 123 Anywhere Court, Indianapolis, IN 46152 (800) 409-8979 email@example.com MARKETING DIRECTOR Product Marketing & Management Executive Over 10 years’ experience driving strategic growth and product visibility for leading nonprofit, corporate, media and educational organizations. Highly competitive, passionate, persuasive and articulate, able to achieve results others believed to be impossible. Experienced in marketing, public relations, partnership building and product management. Demonstrated success record in: Branding, managing and positioning product lines. Distilling value, overcoming objections and securing hard to close deals. Experienced with both ad agency and direct sales strategies and tactics for television and radio. Designing creative product marketing campaigns targeted at traditional and on-line universities. Motivating staff to peak performance levels. Proven record of initiative and success in ad campaign management , C-level relationship development, writing, and project management within environments from small projects to large-scale television networks and production companies. CORE COMPETENCIES Ad Campaign Management Multi-media Marketing Account Development Market Research Competitive/Strategic Planning Budgeting/ Forecasting 19Slide 20: HIGHLIGHTED CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS Revenue Generation - Within two years, generated nearly $5 million in revenue for WTHR-TV. Account Development - Reactivated inactive accounts for NBC television affiliate in Fort Wayne, IN, and secured one of the year’s largest advertising package commitments. Market Penetration - As a Creative Service Manager for Ball State University , increased enrollment applications by an unprecedented 20% within one year. Effective Marketing - Increased museum attendance 37% and revenues 24% over previous year’s figures for Conner Prairie Living History Museum. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE WKRP-TV ABC, Indianapolis, Indiana 2000 – Present Account Executive Within two years, generated nearly $5 million in business revenue. Increased account list revenue by 46% from $1.3Million to $1.9 Million within one year. Generate sales through agency and direct clients. Work closely with clients to identify their needs and challenges and provide solutions-oriented campaign themes and timelines. Revamped a client’s marketing calendar and helped generate the largest record of sales in the company’s history. Examine ratings, research data, market share information and analyze programming features of station vs. competition to insure sales plans are effective and strategic. Utilized strong ability to sell marketing ideas, strategies and tactics to help clients increase market share, and generate new business; sold special marketing opportunities including 2004 Summer Olympics ($150,000 per package). EDUCATION - Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications, Pace University, 1994 20Mobile Services: Always call or check our website prior to accessing WIA services on our Mobile Units. www.NFWorkforce.org (850) 973-WORK LOCAL (866) 367-4758 TOLL FREE Mobile Services 21 Thank you! : Thank you! 22 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.