All organizations that want to be training providers and included on the Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) are required to submit a Training Provider application. You will create an account which will allow you to enter the unique and pertinent information associated with your company. This information will be saved in the system and can be updated when information changes.
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Once the Training Provider application has been approved, you will be required to submit Training Program applications for each individual training program that you would like to be included on the ETPL.
After 12 months of being on the ETPL, and to continue subsequent eligibility, training providers will be required, on an annual basis, to submit a subsequent eligibility renewal application which will require performance data for each of their trainings listed on the ETPL.
ETPL Reciprocal Agreements:
The State of Nevada ETPL has reciprocal agreements with Arizona, California, and Utah. These trainings are WIOA eligible in Nevada.
- If a training on one of these lists is appropriate for a client, it can be provided without needing to add the training to the Nevada ETPL.
- To document this training, the case manager will add a detailed comment in the Management Information System (MIS) stating that the training was provided through the reciprocal agreement.
- A printed copy of the class information provided on the website should be included in the file.
ETPL and WIOA
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) is designed to help job seekers access employment, education, training, and support services to succeed in the labor market and to match employers with the skilled workers they need to compete in the global economy.
To provide WIOA Title I-B funds to eligible adult and dislocated workers, Nevadaworks, in partnership with the State, identifies qualified training providers and accepts applications from qualified schools and institutions for inclusion on the ETPL on an on-going basis. To maximize customer choice and assure all significant population groups are served, the State established a process to determine eligible providers, offering a wide variety of training programs and occupational choices to their clients.
If you have questions about the WIOA application process, contact Nevadaworks.
Information and requirements for inclusion on the ETPL:
Registered apprenticeships and the ETPL
Under WIOA Title I-B, all Registered Apprenticeship programs are eligible to be included on the State’s ETPL. Since Registered Apprenticeships go through a detailed application and vetting procedure to become registered with the United States Department of Labor, Registered Apprenticeship programs are not subject to the same application and performance information requirements, or to a period of initial eligibility like other providers.
To be included on the ETPL, Registered Apprenticeship program sponsors must complete an abbreviated application. Approved Registered Apprenticeship programs will remain on the ETPL for as long as the program remains registered with the Department of Labor, or until the program sponsor notifies the State that it wants to be removed from the ETPL.