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An e-learning, knowledge sharing webspace that offers workforce professionals, employers, economic development, and education professionals a dynamic network featuring innovative workforce solutions. Online learning events, resource information, and tools help organizations learn how to develop strategies that enable individuals and businesses to be successful in the 21st century economy.

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ION Community of Practice Now Available

Check out the newly-launched Innovation and Opportunity Network (ION) Community of Practice. It has a number of new features, including blogs, discussions, and a calendar of WIOA related events.

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Online Training

Online training lets you access self-paced training modules designed to help you boost performance, ensure compliance, or improve customer service within the publicly-funded workforce system. You can find more than 50 online training modules from the Employment and Training Administration (ETA) on topics such as Business Services, Financial Management, Labor Market/Workforce Information, Performance Management and more.

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Monthly Newsletters

As we approach the end of the first quarter of 2016, we would like to take a moment to look back on Workforce3 One’s successes in 2015. In this issue, in addition to our regular content, we bring you a summary of those successes and highlight what you, our Workforce3 One Community, found most useful.
  • Workforce3 One Webinars Infographic
  • Most Well-Attended Workforce3 One Webinars of 2015

Also featured in this issue:

  • WIOA Planning Guidance Released; TA Materials Available
  • ION News
  • Inside Workforce3 One: Webinars
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WIOA Planning Guidance, Training Materials and Portal Released

WIOA Guidance developed jointly by the Departments of Labor (DOL), Education (ED), Health and Human Services (HHS), Agriculture (USDA), and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) (Departments) is now available via TEGL 14-15. The five Departments have also announced the opening of the portal for States to post their unified or combined WIOA Plan. The Departments have also prepared a series of short training modules for the States -- including an overview of planning requirements, "how to use the portal," the benefits of the online submission portal, and a description of the Federal review period and process. All these documents and links in the "State Planning Resources" section of the www.doleta.gov/wioa webpage.