Training Connect (MiTC) Policy Manual Requirements and Guidelines


State Policies & Initiatives: 
Policies and Programs

“The workforce system established under the WIOA emphasizes informed consumer choice, job-driven training, provider performance, and continuous improvement. The quality and selection of providers and programs of training services is vital to achieving these core principles. As required by the WIOA, Section 122, states in partnership with Local Boards must identify eligible training providers and programs that are qualified to receive WIOA Title I-B funds to train adults and dislocated workers, including those with disabilities. The approved State list of eligible training providers and programs serves as an important tool for participants seeking training providers and programs, and relevant information, such as program cost and program outcomes.


Local boards must work with the state to ensure that:

There are sufficient numbers and types of providers of career services and training services (including eligible providers with expertise in assisting individuals with disabilities and eligible providers with expertise in assisting adults in need of adult education and literacy activities) serving the local area and providing services that maximize consumer choice and lead to competitive integrated employment for individuals with disabilities; and

Public dissemination of the MiTC through the local One-Stop system and its partner programs.”

  • Department of Workforce Development
  • Other
  • Employer Engagement
  • Resource Leveraging
  • WIOA
  • Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity-Workforce Development
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