For information on becoming a Kentucky
Eligible Training Provider, click on the links below:
To search the Kentucky Eligible Training
Provider List, please click on the link below:
Kentucky Annual WIA Report Program Year 2004
Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998, mandates that the Local
Workforce Investment Boards (LWIB), in partnership with the state,
develop a statewide list of training providers. These training institutions
would be eligible to receive WIA funds for the purpose of providing
training to eligible WIA adults and dislocated workers.
Division of Workforce and Employment Services (DWES), the state WIA
administrative entity, is responsible for maintaining and
disseminating the statewide list of eligible providers. This
list is a compilation of provider applications submitted by the
LWIBs. Customers, via the internet and the local One-Stop
centers, may access this list for information regarding program
offerings, cost of attendance, length of program, and performance
statewide program/provider database can be searched from this page,
or, you may request information by contacting a Local Workforce
is provided for programs or courses which have received initial
certification, or have been recertified, by a Local Workforce
Investment Area (LWIA) and the Division of Workforce and Employment
Services. Initial certification and inclusion on these
lists are based on data submitted to Local Boards by the training
providers applying for certification under WIA. Training providers are subject to removal
from the Eligible Training Provider List if they
intentionally supply inaccurate information. Participants are
encouraged to review the list prior to enrolling in a program or
course to ensure that the training provider is certified to enroll
persons with a WIA Individual Training Account (ITA).
providers who offer programs or courses under the same program type
are listed in alphabetical order. The order of listing does
not reflect any preference on the part of a LWIA or DWES. Viewers who will utilize an ITA are encouraged
to review the data on each program or course, in consultation with
their LWIA case managers.
a training provider has voluntarily provided additional contact
information, then linkages to their external websites may be
available to provide customer information when selecting a training
provider/program. However, the Division of Workforce and
Employment Services does not validate any information on the training
subset of institutions and programs applied for and received
certification by the LWIA's in
which they are physically located to provide education and training
to persons awarded vouchers under WIA.
inquiries regarding information reported on the Eligible Training
Provider List should be directed to the Local
Workforce Investment Board.
of information regarding any program of training services or any
institution, organization or individual providing services is in no
way an endorsement of the Kentucky Division of Workforce and
Employment Services of a particular program, institution, organization or
individual. DWES has included in this list information provided
by Local Workforce Investment Areas (LWIA) and training providers
and therefore, does not guarantee the accuracy of the
information. Viewers are requested to report to their LWIA,
and to DWES, any inaccuracies found in the information. For
specific information or inquiry regarding WIA eligible training
providers, contact your Local Workforce
Workforce Investment Act requires certain training providers to
submit performance information when applying for inclusion on the
Eligible Training Provider List. The
performance information is self reported by the providers.
remain on the Statewide List, training providers are required to
meet annual performance goals. The information used for the
renewal process is collected and reviewed by the Local Workforce
Investment Area and the Division of Workforce and Employment
Services. This information will assist viewers in making
informed choices when selecting a training provider.
cost information displayed on this list represents only the total
dollar amount (per student) for in-district/in-state tuition and the
required books and fees for the program or course. Additional
costs may apply, including expenses for out-of-district or
out-of-state tuition, non-required fees, books, equipment, materials
and supplies, tools, uniforms or living expenses.
addition, a students' total cost of training may be affected by the
program length, enrollment status (part-time versus full-time),
residence status (in-district/in-state versus
out-of-district/out-of-state), housing arrangements or the
availability of additional financial assistance.
If you have
additional questions or comments regarding the Eligible Training Provider List,
please email Linda.Burton@ky.gov .