MoHealthWINs (TAACCCT). Customer Basics WIA Adults WIA Dislocated Workers Trade Act Participants How can we Ensure Participation? Do We have the Customer Base? Forging the Partnerships. WIA Adult Core Eligibility. Two Basic Factors 18 years of age
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(2) Supportive services.--Funds allocated to a local area for
adults under paragraph (2)(A) or (3), as appropriate, of section
133(b), and funds allocated to the local area for dislocated
workers under section 133(b)(2)(B), may be used to provide
supportive services to adults and dislocated workers,
(A) who are participating in programs with activities
authorized in any of paragraphs (2)CORE, (3)INTENSIVE, or (4)TRAINING of subsection d); and
(B) who are unable to obtain such supportive services
through other programs providing such services.
*Under Trade Act 2009 and 2011 rules, incumbent workers may participate in Trade approved training without having a TRA claim filed with DES. To be considered an incumbent worker under Trade, the client must work for a Trade certified employer and have a (documented) scheduled layoff date.
Most Trade Act benefits and services have associated timeframes that clients must meet. It is advised that they report to a Career Center in a timely manner.