Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) programs are focused on achieving results for employers and workers. As a proven work-based learning strategy, apprenticeship programs help employers access skilled workers and job seekers access new careers. As a result, apprenticeship can positively impact WIOA performance outcomes.

This page offers tools and resources on apprenticeship and WIOA performance measures.

Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) - WIOA Reporting Guide

This desk reference is intended to help with accurate reporting of RAPs in the context of WIOA performance reporting requirements. Most relevant to apprenticeship requirements are the elements used to categorize individuals by the type of training they receive, their employment status, and the type of credential and/or measurable skill gains they acquire. This guide walks through these PIRL elements and explains how RAPs should be reported in them.

 

Webinar - WIOA Implementation and Registered Apprenticeship Programs

This webinar reviews five key “touch points” for Registered Apprenticeship that exist in WIOA and how this “earn and learn” model can benefit customers and workforce system performance.

The Federal Resources Playbook for Registered Apprenticeship

Section one of this resource guide gives a high-level overview of ways WIOA funds can be used to support Registered Apprenticeship and Registered Apprenticeship’s impact on WIOA performance measures.