The public workforce system continues to play a pivotal role in keeping the Territory’s workforce in sync with the constantly changing workplace environment. Whether by honing new technological skills or by taking an entrepreneurial leap into emerging industries, the worker of the 21st century must remain engaged in some form of higher education in order to become and remain competitive on the job.President Barak Obama has challenged US citizens to have “the best educated, most competitive workforce in the world”. The US Virgin Islands is part of that challenge group. Our performance is measured by the quality of our deliverables and those outcomes are reviewed and analyzed to mold further development of the Territory’s workforce through the strategic planning process.
Policies will be issued under the banner of VI Workforce Development Board Policy Document and further broken down into two types of guidance Workforce System Guidance (WSG) and Workforce Program Guidance (WPG).
WSG WIOA 203-15 Universal Access and Consistency of Services WSG WIOA 204-15 Grievance Procedures WSG WIOA 205-15 Discrimination Complaint Procedures WSG WIOA 206-15 Non-Discrimination on the Basis of Disabilities
WPG WIOA 301-15 WIOA Title I Eligibility Requirements Adults & Dislocated Workers WPG WIOA 302-15 WIOA Title I Eligibility Requirements Youth WPG WIOA 303-15 Delivery of Services & Activities Adults and Dislocated Workers WPG WIOA 304-15 Delivery of Services & Activities - Youth WPG WIOA 305-15 Glossary of WIOA Terms and Definitions WPG WIOA 307-15 WIOA Training Provider Eligibility Process WPG WIOA 308-15 Removal from the Eligible Provider List