The Workforce Development Board has established these policies in alignment with the requirements of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), and other State and Federal guidance.  The policies apply to the Madera County Local Workforce Development system, and any WIOA-funded service provider, subcontractor, or subrecipient.  For questions, or if you need additional information regarding any of the policies listed here, contact the Executive Director’s office at (559) 662-4589.

Access to services for LEP Persons
Adult Program Priority of Service
Audit Requirements
Audit Resolution
Basic Skills Requirement
Central Valley Work Readiness Certificate
Criminal Record Restrictions and Impact Based on Race and Nationality 
Debt Collection
Eligible Training Providers List (ETPL)
Fiscal and Program Monitoring
Grievance and Complaint Procedures
Identification of Priority Sectors
Incident Reporting
Incumbent Worker Training
Individual Training Account (ITA)
Letters of Support
Limited English Proficiency
Linking Training to Occupations in Demand
Measurable Skills Gain
Needs Related Payments
Nondiscrimination / Equal Opportunity Policy
One-the-Job Training (OJT)
Oversight and Monitoring on Nondiscrimination and EO Procedures
Pathway to Services, Referrals and Enrollment
Personally Identifiable Information (PII) – Use and Confidentiality of Participant PII
Procurement
Program Income
Rapid Response and Layoff Aversion Activities
Recovery of WIOA Tuition and Training Refunds
Selective Services Registration
State Required Survey for Dislocated Workers
Supportive Services
Transitional Jobs
Veterans and Eligible Spouses Priority of Services
Victims of Human Trafficking 
Work Experience
Worker Displacement Prohibition
Youth Funded Programs Work Experience
Youth Program Requirements