|(a) Performance information submitted for a training services
program, as a part of the subsequent eligibility determination process, shall
(b) Participating training providers shall provide to the Commission
the participant and employer information determined by the Commission to be
necessary to utilize unemployment insurance wage records and employer-based,
follow-up surveys to obtain performance information. The training providers
shall submit the information in a form and format determined by the Commission.
(c) Subject to approval by the Commission, alternate procedures
may be used to collect and verify supplemental performance information in
addition to those described in subsection (b) of this section. Approval or
use of an alternate procedure shall not release the training provider from
the obligation to provide the information required by subsection (b) of this
section. Submission of supplemental performance data obtained through use
of an alternate procedure must be in accordance with formats determined by
(d) An independent audit of any alternate methodology used
shall be conducted on an annual basis by a certified public accountant for
programs of training services in which 100 or more WIA-supported students
are served within a twelve-month period. Programs that serve less than 100
WIA-supported students within a twelve-month period shall provide for an independent
audit of the performance data collection methodology every two years. A copy
of the report shall be made available to the LWDB and to the Commission within
30-days of the completion of the report.
(e) The Commission may conduct performance verification throughout
the year and may require training providers to submit additional information
to resolve performance reporting anomalies or irregularities.
(f) Providers of training services shall retain participant
program records for a period of three years from the date the participant
completes the program.