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California Training Providers and Programs


The Employment Development Department maintains two lists of training providers for California:

  • California Training Information System (CTIS) is a general list of training providers and the programs they offer. Individuals seeking a general list of where they can find training for career advancement or job development use CTIS. On the LaborMarketInfo Web site, look for the "Do you need training?" link under Career Information on the Overview page or on the "Career Information" page under Step 4 of the Steps to Best Career for You!. You can search for training providers by name, occupation, county, school type, or programs offered.

    A note to training and education providers - please review the information about your school and the programs you offer at " Find Training Providers". If any of the information needs to be updated, please complete the California Training Provider Survey and fax it to (916) 262-2352.


  • State of California Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) was established in compliance with the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998. Training providers who are eligible to receive Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) through WIA Title I-B funds are listed on the ETPL. The purpose of the ETPL is to provide customer-focused employment training for adults and dislocated workers.

    Training providers who would like to be on the California ETPL should contact your local workforce investment area for the geography where you will provide the training service.

    Individuals interested in training services should contact their local One-Stop Center.
Additional sources for training and education provider information are available on the Web:



 
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