This resource explains how indicators, which appear on the H-1B grantee Quarterly Performance Report (QPR), are calculated and provides examples to help understand if an individual attaining a specific credential should be included in the indicator.
The Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration, in collaboration with the Department of Education, introduced a series of interactive e-Learning modules that explain WIOA performance accountability concepts.
These modules were originally developed to provide guidance for WIOA formula programs, but are substantially applicable to H-1B grantees as well with the following exceptions. The following items mentioned in these modules do not apply to H-1B grantees:
- WIOA-PIRL data elements that are not listed in tab 2 of the Amended ETA-9172 DOL PIRL for H-1B Grants
- References, resources, and guidance pertaining specifically to WIOA formula programs for states
This series of online, self-paced modules includes:
- The Credential Attainment e-Learning Module explains credentials and recognized equivalents, shows how the indicator is calculated, and provides examples to help understand if an individual attaining a specific credential should be included in the indicator. Self-directed contents include indicator definition and description, calculations, scenarios, and additional resources.
- The Measurable Skill Gains e-Learning Module explains the five type of acceptable WIOA measurable skill gains, shows the learner how to calculate the indicator, and provides examples to help the learner understand who should be included in the indicator. Contents include definition, description the five types of gains, calculations, scenarios, and additional resources.