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Maryland State List of Occupational Training Programs
Eligible for Funding through the Workforce Investment Act

This website contains the State List of Occupational Training eligible for funding through the federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA). This State List includes occupational programs offered by institutions (community colleges, 4-year colleges and universities, private career schools, and other training providers). The State List also identifies over 50 prevocational Adult Education and Literacy activities overseen by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing, and Regulation.

The State List of Occupational Training eligible for WIA funding is updated weekly. Each training provider is responsible for notifying MHEC of changes to the information displayed in the web listing.  Local Workforce Investment Boards (LWIB) can deny WIA funding for programs with inaccurate program information displayed on the Maryland WIA State List.

Procedures for WDS WIA Fiscal Year Annual Reporting

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For individuals:

Funding for training listed on this website is provided to eligible individuals through WIA Individual Training Accounts (ITA). Contact a Local Workforce Investment Board One Stop Center to receive employment counseling, determine your eligibility for WIA funding, and explore the possibility of WIA funding for the training listed.

The tuition rates listed for programs offered by public colleges and universities are for residents of the county or state where the college is located. Contact the institution for specific information about tuition rates and admission policies for non-residents.

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