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WE HAVE A NEW LOOK...
Eligible Training Provider Program (ETP) for
Schools & Training Providers
We are moving towards a paperless system. Why?
Governor Abercrombie's Green Government Challenge provides an opportunity for government agencies to work towards smart energy and resource-efficient operations via activities including paperless processes like ours. It reduces paper purchasing and copy machine supplies costs. It enhances customer service and also reduces staffing time/costs. For information about the challenge please see: www.capitol.hawaii.gov/session2009/misc/paperless/
Federal Government Paperwork Elimination Act (GPEA): "GPEA requires Federal agencies, by October 21, 2003, to allow individuals or entities that deal with the agencies the option to submit information or transact with the agency electronically, when practicable, and to maintain records electronically, when practicable. The Act specifically states that electronic records and their related electronic signatures are not to be denied legal effect, validity, or enforceability merely because they are in electronic form, and encourages Federal government use of a range of electronic signature alternatives" (source: The White House, Office of Management and Budget). The President's Executive Order 13514, Section 2(e)(iv) directs federal agencies to become sustainable by "reducing printing paper use and acquiring uncoated printing and writing paper containing at least 30 percent post consumer fiberů"
WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT OF 1998:
The Federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998, mandated Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIBs), in partnership with the state, to review applications and approve a list of training providers. If approved, such training schools/programs may be eligible to receive Federal WIA funds for the purpose of providing training to eligible WIA adults and dislocated workers to prepare them for jobs in high demand occupations as identified by the Hawaii State Dept of Labor & Industrial Relations. Please see www.hiwi.org
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO APPLY:
1) Hawaii Compliance Express form stating that you are "compliant" in all categories. This is their website: https://vendors.ehawaii.gov/hce/splash/welcome.html
2) Certificate of Liability Insurance for the amount of at least $2 million.
a) Additional Insureds:
It must name the State of Hawaii Department of Labor & Industrial Relations (DLIR), and all counties in the State of
b) The address to type on the Certificate is:
Hawaii State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations;
c) Scan and email your completed Certificate with your completed ETP application to: email@example.com
3) Evidence of licensure/accreditation from the appropriate licensure/accreditation organization.
a) For all questions about DOE licensure, please call: the DOE Ed Licensing Specialist at 203-5511 ext. 2122
4) Completed Application Form (see the link at the bottom of this page)
5) Course matrix
6) Course catalog/description -- static copy and not a website link.
AFTER YOU ARE APPROVED:
1) Amendments and Updates:
If wish to amend your course offerings and/or make other amendments and updates (change of address, change of contact name, etc), then The State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations implemented a terrific online system at its Kumu A'o website and here is the link: http://dlir.state.hi.us/labor/etp/index.cfm
NOTE: T he state's Kumu A'o website's ETP section is managed by the State's Workforce Development Council, an attached agency of the State of Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. For questions related to functionality issues/problems with your Kumu A'o listing, please email the State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org
he state's Kumu A'o website's ETP section is managed by the State's Workforce Development Council, an attached agency of the State of Hawaii Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. For questions related to functionality issues/problems with your Kumu A'o listing, please email the State Department of Labor & Industrial Relations at email@example.com
2) You must maintain the following items as CURRENT AND IN EFFECT throughout your term as an ETP.
Failure to do so may result in non-payment and/or your discontinuation in the ETP program.
b) your accreditation/licensure;
c) Certificate of Liability Insurance; and
d) ALL contact information, registered company name, etc.
|Last Reviewed: Monday, October 14, 2013|