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  • Self-Sufficiencyin WIOA

    Phil Koenig, DirectorBureau of Workforce Training

    Division of Employment and Training

    Sharan Bhaskar, CoordinatorAdult and Dislocated Worker ProgramDivision of Employment and Training

  • What is Self-Sufficiency in WIOA?

    WIOA Goals: 1 of the 6 goals is to provide workforce development activities to increase economic self-sufficiency for participants.

    WIOA Participation: Self-sufficiency must also be taken into account to determine:

    Participant eligibility for training services; and

    If a training service will lead a participant to self-sufficient employment.

  • Brief History

  • What is Self-Sufficiency in Wisconsin?

    Calculating Individual Self-Sufficiency is based on: Household composition;

    Geographic location; and

    Dislocation wage, if applicable.

    Wisconsin Defines Self-Sufficiency as the: Minimum level of income an individual must earn in order to meet his/her most basic expenses without public or private assistance.

  • Title 1B 3 Uses

    Eligibility to receive training and/or individualized career services

    IEP Development:

    Selection of an economic self-sufficient occupation.

    Demonstrating that the training can lead to employment which in turn provides economically self-sufficient wages.

    Program Exit

  • Data Sources

    DWD contracted with the University of Washington to develop Wisconsins Self-Sufficiency Standard.

  • Data Sources

    Used data on County Wages & Employment by Occupation from WORKnet, Wisconsins Workforce and Labor Market Information System.

  • Assessment Categories

    State policy includes 3 assessment categories:

    Individual Self-Sufficiency: Is the participant self-sufficient?

    Household Self-Sufficiency: Is the participants household self-sufficient?

    Dislocation Wage Requirements: Efforts to achieve a comparable wage.

    Access Wisconsins self-sufficiency policy here: http://dwd.wisconsin.gov/det/adminmemos/1607.htm

  • Tiered Assessment System

    State policy requires a tiered assessment system.

    Category: Policy Criteria:

    Individual: Self-sufficiency for individual adult in their county of residence.

    Household:

    Total household income meets or exceeds household self-sufficiency in their county of residence.

    Experienced wage of an occupation meets or exceeds self-sufficiency for their household in their county of residence.

    DislocatedWorker:

    Receiving an income 80% or more of their dislocation wage.

    Experienced wage of an occupation is greater than or equal to their dislocation wage.

    Current wage is greater than the hourly wage of the 75th percentile of all occupations in their county of residence.

  • Tiered Assessment System, continued

    WDBs are allowed to do the following with justification:

    Provide service to individuals assessed as self-sufficient prior to enrollment.

    Provide a training service that leads to an occupation that does not meet the States definition of self-sufficiency.

    Assist participants with securing employment in occupations that do not meet the States definition of self-sufficiency.

  • Self-Sufficiency Calculator Demonstration

  • Moving Forward in Wisconsin

    DWD is currently coordinating a self-sufficiency pilot program in 3 WDAs.

    Staff are identifying and implementing policy efficiencies, including:

    Automating the storage of self-sufficiency assessments.

    Developing other applications to simplify the planning and provision of services.

    Integrating new tools with existing data sources and systems.

  • Individual Employment Plan Tool Demonstration

    Self-Sufficiency Summary

  • Individual Employment Plan Tool Demonstration, continued

    IEP Development

  • Individual Employment Plan Tool Demonstration, continued

    IEP Development

  • Individual Employment Plan Tool Demonstration, continued

    IEP Development

  • Individual Employment Plan Tool Demonstration, continued

    IEP Development

  • Individual Employment Plan Tool Demonstration, continued

    IEP Development

  • Individual Employment Plan Tool Demonstration, continued

    IEP Development

  • Questions?

    Sharan BhaskarE-mail: Sharan.Bhaskar@dwd.wisconsin.gov

    Phone: (608) 266-1021

    http://dwd.wisconsin.gov

    mailto:Sharan.Bhaskar@dwd.wisconsin.govhttp://www.dwd.wisconsin.gov/

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