WIA


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WIA

abbr.
wounded in action

WIA

wounded in action.
Translations
ASFI
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A key feature of the new WIA performance management system (and a primary focus of this study) is the negotiation of performance standards that states are required to meet.
Joyce Scheyer will be the incoming Chair and organizer of the 2003 WIA Luncheon Program.
The partners believe that the WIA could be used in a range of business applications, from call centre and maintenance services to environments requiring worker mobility such as in postal services and logistics, health care and the hospitality industry.
WIA encourages the submission of "unified" plans with employment, vocational and adult education, literacy, and other programs.
Their success in enacting both WIA and Perkins III in the latter part of 1998-even as House Republicans were discussing possible impeachment proceedings against the president-suggests some combination of the following: (1) their substantive differences on workforce issues were smaller than expected, (2) their expectations for workforce reform were more modest than had been the case in the 104th Congress, and/or (3) both parties had a strong need to demonstrate to the public that they could do something.
We are collaborating with the best and brightest to create a dynamic educational and training curriculum that will have a direct and lasting impact for years to come, said Tim House, Executive Vice President of WIA.
This webinar, presented by NLC, will outline how the workforce investment system operates, with an emphasis on local elected officials' roles and how local governments can work with the WIA system to accomplish local workforce goals.
WIA and Employment Service were the largest funding sources for states to support the infrastructure--the nonpersonnel costs--of their one-stop centers.
As a result, WIA, which replaced the Job Training Partnership Act, is leading to steady declines in job-training referrals.
The evolution is a movement away from a training program for youth and adults who are the most in need, using community-based organizations as deliverers of service and training, to WIA being a business-led state and local delivery system focused on placing individuals, not just the most in need, in employment as a first priority while offering individual training accounts (ITAs) to those who can most easily benefit.
WIA is a broad-based work-force development program that consolidated several federal jobs programs.
Kenneth Shadrick was incorrectly identified as such by war correspondent Marguerite Higgins) of the Korean War might be open to question, the first WIA [at Osan] was most likely Ed Kjonas.