Technology-Based Learning (TBL) Initiative

The Employment and Training Administration (ETA), announces the availability of approximately $10 million in grant funds under the TBL Initiative to be awarded through a competitive process.

The purpose of the Initiative is to expand access to training resulting in an increased number of workers

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trained, particularly in high-growth, high-demand occupations, and to meet the needs of industry for skilled employees.

Related Programs

Community Based Job Training Grants

Department of Labor


Agency: Department of Labor

Office: Employment and Training Administration

Estimated Funding: $10,000,000


Who's Eligible





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Technology-Based Learning (TBL) Initiative SGA-DFA-PY-08-04

Additional Information of Eligibility:
In order to be eligible for consideration under this solicitation, the applicant must be either: • An accredited educational institution in partnership with a Workforce Investment Board.

The applicant must have a letter of commitment from the Workforce Investment Board.

• A private non-profit, or private provider of workforce system services determined to be tax exempt under section 501(C) of the Internal Revenue Code, including registered apprenticeship sponsors, in partnership with a Workforce Investment Board.

The applicant must have a letter of commitment from the Workforce Investment Board.

• A One-Stop Career Center as established under Section 121 of WIA, [29 USC 2841], in partnership with a state or local Workforce Investment Board.

The eligible applicant for One-Stop Career Centers is the One-Stop Operator, as defined under Section 121(d) of WIA [29 USC 2841(d)], on behalf of the One-Stop Career Center.

The One-Stop applicant must have a letter of commitment from the state or local Workforce Investment Board, and demonstrate that the Workforce Investment Board, or its designated fiscal agent, will serve as the fiscal agent for the grant by clearly providing the legal name and the Employer Identification number of the fiscal agent.

The Workforce Investment Board’s support and involvement in the project should be detailed in the letter of commitment.

Applications from One-Stop Career Centers without a letter of commitment from their Workforce Investment Board will be considered non-responsive and will not be reviewed.

• An employer or industry association in partnership with a Workforce Investment Board.

The applicant must have a letter of commitment from the Workforce Investment Board.

• Private, for-profit organizations in partnership with a Workforce Investment Board.

The applicant must have a letter of commitment from the Workforce Investment Board.



Full Opportunity Web Address:
http://www.doleta.gov/sga/sga.cfm

Contact:
Mamie WilliamsGrants Management SpecialistPhone 20269333341

Agency Email Description:
Email Mamie Williams

Agency Email:
Williams.Mamie@dol.gov

Date Posted:
2008-06-20

Application Due Date:
2008-08-19

Archive Date:
2008-09-18




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