Skip to content
  ETA Home   Performance and Administration>   TrainingTutorials>    

Archived Training and Tutorials

WIOA Performance
  • WIA Performance Enhancement Project Tutorial (sponsored by ETA)

    This on-line tutorial is a Macromedia presentation that uses presentation slides with narration to guide you, the workforce development professional, through valuable on-line training. It is designed so that individuals can take all or only specific topics based on their particular needs. The courses offered are interactive, contain on-line Modules and quizzes, and can be downloaded for use at any time and taken at any pace. The "Tutorials on Enhancing Performance Outcomes" are specifically targeted for front line adult and dislocated One-Stop Career Center staff, WIA youth provider staff, Wagner-Peyser/VETS employment services staff, program supervisors and administrators, Workforce Investment Board members and staff, and for any other groups who believe they could benefit from a better understanding of how to achieve enhanced performance outcomes for customers and programs.

    Each course is composed of 1 or 2 Modules, and is made up of several parts, allowing for greater flexibility in understanding the material. The tutorial is a MUST for new hires, and provides valuable, often unrecognized insights even for experienced staff. The on-line courses offered also include Occasional Webinars which are recorded and archived Web-based, interactive seminars with downloadable handouts on a variety of topics.




    Some tips for viewing recorded webinars:
  1. Close any open Internet Explorer browsers beyond the one accessing the recorded webinar.
  2. Turn on speakers.
  3. Give it three tries. Since the recording files are large and our network sometimes runs a little slow, the presentation may not run smoothly the first time you try to access it. If it doesn't work the first time, give it another try or two. We've found the recordings often work the second or third time around if the first attempt fails. In rare instances, you may need to try viewing the recording on another computer.
  4. Adjust speaker volume. Depending on the sound settings on your computer, the audio may initially sound too loud or too soft. You may need to adjust the volume output of your system even in the middle of a presentation since some presenters speak softer than others.
  5. If the playback freezes, don't give up. Sometimes, playback can be interrupted by a network surge or temporary loss of Internet connectivity. First, close all Internet Explorer browser windows. Next, open a new Internet Explorer window and go to the presentation URL. Use the time slider at the bottom to fast-forward to the point in the presentation where the presentation stopped to continue viewing.


 ETA Forms

Archived training