Presentation on theme: "Technical Assistance Workshop Adult Training Services IMPERIAL COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD."— Presentation transcript:
Technical Assistance Workshop Adult Training Services IMPERIAL COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
Adult Training Contracts Diesel Mechanic Technician Heavy Equipment Operator Maintenance Technician Protective Services Technician Machine and Electronic Repair Technician
Diesel Mechanics Technician DOT Code: 85311A Diesel and Gasoline powered engine Mechanic Student Capacity: Minimum 15 Duration: Minimum 320 hours Classroom Training Minimum 120 hours Internship Training Total Program Costs:$112,500.00
Heavy Equipment Operator DOT Code: 85311A Diesel and gasoline powered engine Mechanic Student Capacity: Minimum 15 Duration: Minimum 320 hours Classroom Training Minimum 120 hours Internship Training Total Program Costs:$112,500.00
Maintenance Technician DOT Codes: 408.161-010, 67005, 899.381-010, 723.381-010 Landscaping, Janitorial, Basic Repairs, Small Mechanics, Customer Care Student Capacity: Minimum 35 Duration: Minimum 320 hours Classroom Training Minimum 120 hours Internship Training Total Program Costs:$157,500.00
Protective Services Technician DOT Codes: 372.667-034 Academic preparation for the various Peace Officer entrance exams, Armed Security Guard, CPR and BLS certification, Loss Prevention training, Report Writing skills, Communication and Surveillance skills, Surveillance System set-up techniques Student Capacity: Minimum 40 Duration: Minimum 320 hours Classroom Training Minimum120 hours Internship Training Total Program Costs:$140,000.00
Machine and Electronic Repair Technician DOT Codes: 85717A, 25104, 85999A, 85923 Office Machine Electronics, Computer Hardware Repair, Small Electronic Motor Repair, Power Tools and Related Repair, Locksmith and Safe Repair, Slot Machine Repair Student Capacity: Minimum 35 Duration: Minimum 320 hours Classroom Training Minimum120 hours Internship Training Total Program Costs:$175,000.00.
Process and Timeline Tentative Schedule Technical Assistance Workshops April 8, 16, 29, 2009 Deadline to Submit Qualification May 8, 2009 RFQ Evaluation Committee May 12-19, 2009 Executive Committee Approve RecommendationsJune 17, 2009 WDB Approve RecommendationsJune 24, 2009 Recommendation for Discussion to County ICBOS June 23, 2009 Recommendation for Action to ICBOS June 30, 2009 Contracts CommenceJuly 1, 2009
Format Requirement White 8 ½ by 11 paper Margins ½ at the top, bottom left and right Typeface twelve (12) character per inch Each page numbered at the bottom of the page Collated and bound with staples Ten (10) copies plus two originals bearing original signatures Cover page Table of Content Introduction of Agency and Qualification Submittal Qualification Submittal Narrative
Fiscal Requirements 29 CFR Part 97 & 95
Circulars for Training Providers States, Local Governments, and Indian Tribes follow: A-87 for Cost Principles Educational Institutions follow : (even if part of a State or local government) A-21 for Cost Principles Non Profit Organizations follow: A-122 for Cost Principles
Allowable vs. Non-Allowable Costs Allowable: Salaries and Benefits Insurance Communications Memberships Professional Services Unallowable: Bad debts Alcoholic Beverages Donations Contributions Office Expense Rent Travel Utilities Entertainment Costs Fines Penalties Good and Services for personal Use It is important for all grantees to be familiar with OMB Circulars and the appropriate ETA program regulations.
Reimbursement Procedure Claims are due monthly prior to the 15 th of the month. Claims must reflect expenses incurred during the month for which reimbursement is requested. Claims require back up documentation for all costs ICWDO Fiscal Department will notify Service Provider when payments are ready for pick up. Checks will NOT be mailed out. Checks will ONLY be disbursed to individuals listed on the signature card on file.
Procurement Policy Purchase of Goods and Services of more than $2,500.00 must be pre-approved by ICWDO. Dollar Range of Purchase Requirements $ 0 to $ 4992 Quotes or Price $ 500 to $ 9993 Quotes or Price $ 1,000 to $ 2,9993 Documented Quotes $ 3,000 to $ 5,0003 Written Requested for Quotes (RFQ)
Audit Resolution Guidelines Fiscal and Program Reviews will be conducted al least ONCE per fiscal year. Concerns: need to be resolved with 30 days. Findings: need to be resolved with 30 days. Open Findings: need to be resolved with 90 days. Follow up: will be conducted on each finding to ensure that the corrective action plan has been implemented. The service provider is responsible for insuring that any findings are resolved in a timely matter.
Financial Reporting Indirect Cost Program Income Accrual Basis of Accounting Budget Modifications Closeout
Incident Report Service Providers are responsible to report fraud, abuse, or criminal activity to the Director of the Imperial County Workforce Investment Office.
Helpful Websites Office of Management and Budget Circulars (OMB) www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/index/html Employment Development Department www/edd.ca.gov/wiacom.htm Code of Federal Regulations. www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr
Participant Referral Procedures Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Services One Stop will make referrals of participants to the appropriate Service Providers Service Providers have twenty-one (21) days from referral to enroll participants Service Providers shall submit enrollment and all other documents requested to One Stop five (5) business days prior to enrollment start date.
Individual Training Account (ITA) Enrollment and Completion process Enrollment WIA Enrollment into Training with begin and end date (w/supplemental form) ITA Voucher Signed by Service Provider and Client (with start/end dates) ITA Cost Breakdown ICWDO and/or Agencies Classroom Rules and Provisions DE-4 and W-4 Timesheets (according to payroll schedule) Completion WIA Enrollment into Training with completion date/code (w/supplemental form) Training License and/or Certificate
Contracted Service Provider Enrollment/Completion Enrollment WIA Enrollment into Training with begin and end date (w/supplemental form) ICWDO and /or Agencies Classroom Rules and Provisions for Training DE-4 and w-4 Timesheets (according to payroll schedule) Completion WIA Enrollment into Training with completion date/code (w/supplemental form) Training License and/or Certificate For participants who are not employed after training an enrollment for any job search activity will be required. Once all WIA activities have been closed, then submit WIA Exit Form Submission of follow-up documentation is due to ICWDO Program Compliance Unit: no later than five (5) business days after the due date. due every three (3) months starting from the first complete quarter after exit.
Notes to Remember No participant should be without WIA Services for more than ninety (90) days. It is the responsibility of the Training Provider to request any break in service or extensions that may be required by participant enrolled in your services. Service Provider must complete participant timesheets to verify attendance and performance during training. Service Provider is responsible for maintaining participant files.
Imperial County Workforce Development Board
Board Functions Advisory Board - Provide recommendations to the Imperial County Board of Supervisors on Workforce Development Activities Create Policy Certification of Training Providers Eligibility for Trainings Local Training Priorities Performance Standards