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TRAINING SERIES. WIA Closure, Exit and Follow-up. Activity Closure. All activities and services provided through WIA adult, dislocated worker, or youth funding must be recorded in the State’s management information system, Employ Florida Marketplace (EFM).

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Training series

TRAINING SERIES

WIA Closure, Exit and Follow-up

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Workforce Investment Act


Activity closure

Activity Closure

  • All activities and services provided through WIA adult, dislocated worker, or youth funding must be recorded in the State’s management information system, Employ Florida Marketplace (EFM).

  • For each activity or service, a projected end date is entered in EFM.

  • At the conclusion of the service or activity, the activity must be closed in EFM.

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Activity Closure

When activities are closed in EFM, case managers may record the attainment of a credential (degree or certificate). This will affect two federal performance outcomes:

  • Attainment of a Degree or Certificate (youth outcome)

  • Adult/Dislocated Worker/Youth Employment and Credential (degree or certificate)

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Activity Closure

  • Credential (certificate or degree) attainment

  • Available at the conclusion of any youth activity

  • Available at the conclusion of training activities for adults & dislocated workers

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Case closure

Case Closure

Once all WIA activities have been closed, a WIA Case Closure can be created.

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Case Closure

Case Closure provides an opportunity to report outcome information which will yield positive performance:

  • Employment information

  • Credential (certificate/degree) information

  • Youth outcome information (literacy/numeracy and skill attainment)

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Case Closure

Additional benefit from the creation of a case closure:

  • Ability to provide follow-up services

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Follow up services

Follow-up Services

Follow-up services that may be provided after WIA Case Closure or after Exit include:

  • Mentoring & tutoring

  • Job search & job support activities

  • Supportive services

  • Referrals to community resources

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Exit

  • An exit takes place after a client ceases to receive any service from one of three federal workforce programs (WIA, Wagner-Peyser, Trade Act).

  • Generally, case managers do not create an exit.

  • EFM is set up to create a soft exit for an individual who has not received a service from a federal program for at least 90 consecutive days.

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Exit

  • The exit date for a soft exit is the last day of activity.

  • Case managers need to manually record an Exit (hard exit) for individuals who meet one of the criteria for a global exclusion.

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Global exclusion

Global Exclusion

A Global Exclusion is available for individuals who have a planned gap in service that will exceed 90 days for one of the following reasons:

  • Health/Medical – Participant receiving medical treatment that precludes entry into unsubsidized employment or continued participation in the program

  • Institutionalized – Participant is residing in an institution or facility providing 24-hour support, such as a prison or hospital

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Global Exclusion

  • Deceased

  • Reservist called to active duty – Participant is a member of the National Guard or military Reserve unit and is called to active duty

  • Family care – Participant is providing care for a family member with a health/medical condition that precludes entry into unsubsidized employment or continued participation in the program

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Global Exclusion

  • Relocated to a Mandated Program (youth participants only) – the participant is in the foster care system or another mandated (residential or non-residential) program and has moved from the area as part of such a program. This does not include relocation to a Job Corps center

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Global Exclusion

  • An individual who did not disclose a valid social security number is also excluded from performance measure. EFM automatically excludes such an individual when it soft exits them.

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Exit

To create a hard exit, case managers record the information in the “Create WIA Outcome” section in EFM.

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Post exit follow up contacts

Post-Exit Follow-Up Contacts

  • The primary goal of WIA is to provide a continuum of services that yield long-term benefits for clients.

  • The purpose of the post-exit follow-up contacts is to collect data to be used for reporting post-exit outcomes.

  • Follow-up contacts are made after a client has exited from all workforce activities.

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Post-Exit Follow-Up Contacts

Long-term, post-exit outcomes are recognized when case managers enter the information in the follow-up screens in EFM.

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Post-Exit Follow-Up Contacts

  • EFM automatically creates a quarterly Follow-Up schedule which case managers are required to use to make their quarterly follow-up contacts.

  • Such contacts must be recorded in the Create a Follow-up section of EFM.

  • Updated outcome information may be entered into EFM during the Follow-Up period.

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Wia outcomes post exit follow up contacts

WIA Outcomes &Post-Exit Follow-Up Contacts

The lack of post-exit follow-up contacts will result in the loss of the following common measures outcome:

  • Youth Placement in Education, measured at 1st quarter after exit from data input into EFM

    It will further result in the loss of the following WIA performance measure:

  • Younger Youth Retention Rate, measured at 3rd quarter after exit from data input into EFM

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WIA Outcomes &Post-Exit Follow-Up Contacts

The lack of post-exit follow-up contacts may result in the loss of the following WIA common measures outcomes:

  • Adult & Dislocated Worker Entered Employment

  • Adult & Dislocated Worker Employment Retention

  • Youth Placement in Employment

  • Older Youth Employment Retention at 6 Months

  • Youth Attainment of a Degree or Certificate

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Quiz 1

Quiz 1

WIA follow-up services may only be provided after a participant exits from all workforce activities (TAA, Wagner-Peyser, and WIA).

  • True

  • False

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Quiz 2

Quiz 2

The following individuals qualify for a global exclusion (select all that apply).

  • Deceased

  • Incarcerated

  • Moved from area

  • Scheduled for routine surgery

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Quiz 3

Quiz 3

A “WIA Outcome” may be created to record the fact that a client retired or entered post-secondary training.

  • True

  • False

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Quiz 4

Quiz 4

To be recognized as a “credential” for federal reporting, a client must receive a degree or diploma or a nationally-recognized certificate.

  • True

  • False

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Quiz 5

Quiz 5

What are the two outcomes that may only be recognized from the EFM follow-up records?

  • Older Youth Employment Retention at 6 Months

  • Younger Youth Retention Rate

  • Youth Attainment of a Degree or Certificate

  • Youth Placement in Education

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Questions or additional information

Questions or Additional Information

  • If you have any questions or for additional information, please contact DEO’s WIA policy and technical assistance staff at: [email protected]

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