U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Employment and Training Administration
Washington, D. C. 20210
JTPA Amendments Training
October 12, 1994
|DIRECTIVE||:||TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT INFORMATION NOTICE NO. 9-94|
|TO||:||ALL STATE JTPA LIAISONS
ALL STATE WAGNER-PEYSER ADMINISTERING AGENCIES ALL STATE WORKER ADJUSTMENT LIAISONS
|FROM||:||BARBARA ANN FARMER
for Regional Management
|SUBJECT||:||Training on Changes in the Final JTPA Rule|
Background. The final rule for the 1992 Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) Amendments was published on September 2, 1994, as a separate Part II of the Federal Register, and the Department arranged for copies to be provided directly to the States. To respond quickly to the JTPA community's need for information on these rule changes, the Employment and Training Administration is providing training sessions through its Regional Offices.
Training Design. Although each Regional Office is arranging for sites and dates separately, sessions will start in some locations before the end of October 1994. Our goal is that all sessions will be concluded by December 1994. This training is intended to reach the Service Delivery Area/Substate Grantee level and is designed to present an overview of information, including time for participant discussion, that will last about one day. These sessions will deal only with the major changes and concomitant issues which may require clarification. Consequently, participants should have a substantial under- standing of the Amendments and of the areas of the interim final rule which were changed.
Training Schedule. The training schedule in each Region is being developed by the Regional Office in consultation with the States to correlate with State needs. At some sites, schedules may include additional days of subject specific training and opportunities to continue the dialogue on ways to improve the job training system.
Action. Please alert your SDAs/SSGs to the availability of this training opportunity.
Inquiries. Direct any questions to the appropriate person for your Region, as listed below:
Region I (Boston): Raymond Poet (617) 565-2243
Region II (New York): Maria Remboulis (212) 337-2180
Region III (Philadelphia): Patricia Holland (215) 596-0137
Region IV (Atlanta): Charlotte Norton (404) 347-3495
Region V (Chicago): Barry Dale (312) 353-9138
Region VI (Dallas): Robert Larrea (214) 767-6920
Region VII (Kansas City): Roland Berg (816) 426-3796
Region VIII (Denver): John Sweeney (303) 391-5740
Region IX (San Francisco): Ann Marie Myers (415) 744-7648
Region X (Seattle): Mike Brauser (206) 553-7930 x8005