Workforce Partner Resources
The Colorado Department of Labor & Employment strives for excellence by collaborating in many different ways with our staff and partners. Some of those efforts can be found in the following links, which provide resources of interest and use to the state and local staff of Colorado’s workforce system, as well as its partners and constituents in Colorado and across the nation.
- NEW Open for Public Comment:
Request for USDOL to waive Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act requirements to:
- procure 3 youth program elements
- cap reimbursements to employers at 75% for on-the-job training contracts
- e-Colorado Learning Portal
Colorado's clearinghouse of resources for education, employment, and business; which was developed by and for Colorado workforce professionals, employers, job seekers, students, and other public and private sector workforce development partners. Features include: access to documents, team rooms, and other on-line resources focused on topics of interest to workforce, education, and business partners.
Link to the US Department of Labor and other federal websites providing information on federal programs, benefits, and jobs.
Access state policies regarding the Workforce Investment Act, Wagner-Peyser, Trade Adjustment Assistance, and State Veterans Services programs, plus workforce discretionary initiatives.
State’s local workforce regions access of Virtual Job Fair Sign Up and Training Request forms; view the calendar of upcoming online virtual job fairs, and best practices of other local workforce regions utilizing virtual job fairs.
Access the recording of a 2-hour training session that covers the highlights of Workforce Investment Act administrative and program requirements.
Review Colorado’s annual reports for its statewide and local workforce programs and initiatives.
Review Colorado’s plans for Workforce Investment Act, Wagner-Peyser, Trade Readjustment Act, Veterans, Agricultural Services, and other workforce programs.
Search for training providers and occupational training programs that may be eligible for funding by Workforce Investment Act programs.
View the list of Youth Services Providers that may be utilized by each of the state’s local workforce regions to support the WIA Youth Program.
Access resources related to the implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014.