Alaska Training Clearinghouse, Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Alaska Training Clearinghouse? The Alaska Training Clearinghouse is an online tool for exploring postsecondary training available in Alaska. The information can be approached from three directions: by provider, program, or occupation.
What is a program? A program is a structured regimen or one or more classes leading to certification, a degree, or skills for a specific occupation.
What does WIA Eligible mean? WIA eligible means that the program has met certain criteria as defined under the federal Workforce Investment Act (Public Law 105-220, Title IB). When a program is eligible, WIA training dollars may be used to purchase that training for certain individuals. Training programs are certified WIA eligible by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Division of Business Partnerships. To view the Eligible Training Provider List application, click here.
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