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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT NOTICE NO. 31-11


Status: Active

WIOA Operating Guidance : No
Subject:
The Rapid Response Framework

Purpose:

There are three main purposes of this TEN.

  • To share key global attributes of a successful Rapid Response system, building upon the 10 elements of the Rapid Response Self-Assessment Tool.
  • To support continuous improvement on the part of Rapid Response teams and practitioners in concert with technical support and sharing of best practices.
  • To ensure that all state and local leaders understand the full array of strategies and activities that can be carried out by Rapid Response units. 

To

STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES
STATE WORKFORCE ADMINISTRATORS
STATE AND LOCAL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD CHAIRS and DIRECTORS
STATE LABOR COMMISSIONERS
STATE RAPID RESPONSE COORDINATORS

From

JANE OATES
Assistant Secretary

Date

March 01, 2012

Expiration Date

Contact :

Questions regarding this TEN should be directed to the appropriate ETA Regional Office

Text :
To preserve the formatting of this document, it has been converted to PDF (Portable Document Format) to retain its original layout.




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