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WORKFORCE CHALLENGES

SERVING KITTITAS, KLICKITAT, SKAMANIA & YAKIMA COUNTIES

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POLICY

Programs managed locally by the South Central Workforce Council are funded by grants, most of which originate with the U.S. Department of Labor. Many of those pass through and are administered by the Washington State Employment Security Department. As you would expect, there are very specific and rigid policies and procedures that must be followed by all contractors and sub-contractors who provide services under these grant programs.

 

 

Local Policy

 

PY17 WIOA Youth

 

PY17 WIOA Adult

PY17 WIOA Dislocated Worker

 

WorkSource Initiative Framework Policies & Implementation Tools

WDC Policies

WINs (WorkSource Information Notices)

 

The South Central Workforce Development Council is an equal opportunity employer and provider of employment training services. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to persons with disabilities. TTY Relay 1-800-833-6388. Priority service will be given to qualified veterans and eligible spouses for employment and training services offered through certain federally funded programs. Contact your local WorkSource office for information on a range of employment and training related services available. Staff can explain priority of service and other program eligibility requirements.