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What is Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)?
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is a federally funded employment and training program developed by The Department of Labor (DOL), in coordination with the U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Health and Human Services (HHS), to provide FREE financial assistance to workers in order to improve their skills and marketability. The program's main objectives are to meet the needs of employers, government, businesses, and job seekers in order to create a confident, valuable, knowledgeable, and employable workforce.
To be eligible for the WIOA funds, a person ought to have received a lay-off notice or ought to have been laid off due to a company closure or mass layoff. Workers may also be eligible if they are currently unemployed and are unlikely to return to their prior occupation due to economic conditions in that industry.
To be eligible for the youth program, a person must be between the ages of 14 and 21, have low income, and have a substantial barrier to employment such as: deficient in basic literacy skills, school dropout, homeless, a runaway or a foster child, pregnant or parenting, an offender, or be an individual who requires additional assistance to complete an educational program, or to secure and hold employment.
The following is the list of our WIOA approved training programs and courses. The following is the list of our WIOA approved training programs and courses. Each program has CORE and ELECTIVE courses. You can find out more about these programs by:
- Clicking on each of the links that are provided in the table below, OR
- Downloading our current Trainings, Courses and Certifications Catalog HERE.
|Agile Expert® - AE™||$2,549||5 Days|
|Database Management Expert™ - DME™||$9,000||6 Weeks|
|Healthcare IT Expert™ - HITE™||$7,000||5 Weeks|
|Management Expert™ - ME™||$9,000||6 Weeks|
|Network Security Expert™ - NSE™||$9,000||6 Weeks|
|Office Management Expert™ - OME™||$9,000||6 Weeks|
|Programming Expert™ - PE™||$9,000||6 Weeks|
|Project Management Expert™ - PME™||$9,000||5 Weeks|
|Project Management Professional® Exam Preparation Course||$2,549||5 Days|
|Six Sigma Expert™ - SSE™||$9,000||5 Weeks|
|Web Development Expert™ - WDE™||$9,000||6 Weeks|
See a short video about our courses/subjects we are offering through WIOA Training:
|Region||Workforce Center||Location||General Information|
|Chicago||Southwest American Job Center||7500 S. Pulaski Rd.
Chicago, IL 60652
|Chicago||Westside American Job Center||605 S Albany
Chicago, IL 60624
|Chicago||Mid-South American Job Center||4314 S. Cottage Grove
Chicago, IL 60653
|Chicago||Near West American Job Center||1700 W. 18th St.
Chicago, IL 60608
|Chicago||Northside American Job Center||Truman College
1145 W. Wilson
Chicago, IL 60640
|Chicago Satellite||Evanston Public Library||1703 Orrington Ave.
Evanston, IL 60201
|Suburban||North Suburban Cook County American Job Center||723 W Algonquin Rd.
Arlington Heights, IL 60005
|(847) 981-7400 ext 3|
|Suburban||South Suburban Cook County American Job Center||Prairie State College
ATOC Building, Suite 148
202 S. Halsted
Chicago Heights, IL 60411
|Suburban||Southwest Suburban Cook County American Job Center||
7222 W Cermak
|Suburban||West Suburban Cook County American Job Center||1701 South 1st Avenue
Maywood Illinois 60153
|Suburban||South Suburban Cook County American Job Center||15900 S. Cicero Ave.
Building B, 2nd Floor
Oak Forest, IL 60452
Job Center of Lake County
1 North Genesee
For additional information regarding WIOA programs, please click here.
eConsulting Group™ has developed training programs that guarantee that you will gain the skills that will put you back to work. We specialize in information technology certifications that sharpen our students’ skills in cutting edge technologies. In additional to this, our management programs will provide you with the latest business processes and globally accredited methodologies and certifications. As of end of 2014, over 90% of our students have completed the program their registered for, passed the exams, and got the jobs.
Please NOTE: Our classes are small and we reserve the rights not to accept students in our programs, if we determine that given individuals either show lack of interest or would not be able to successfully complete the program, pass the exam and get the job.
eConsulting Group, Inc. is not accredited with a US Department of Education recognized accrediting body.
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Ill. Admin. Code 1095.250 Student Complaints
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