WILL BE RESCHEDULED - Trade Adjustment Assistance Data Integrity (TAADI) Part 2

Trade Adjustment Assistance Data Integrity (TAADI) part 2 training will provide instruction on all remaining TAADI performance measures, excluding fiscal requirements, and reporting requirements as outlined in TEGL 1-19.

Attendees will learn how to accurately report TAA expenditures and activities within the One-Stop Management Information System (OSMIS) (as required).

The 16 TAADI measures are grouped into four major categories and this training will focus on the second category. Attendees will receive guidance on how to accurately enter and report the following activities and data in the OSMIS:

  • Rapid Response Reporting
  • Petition Number Reporting
  • Individual Employment Plan Reporting
  • Co-Enrollment Reporting
  • Training Case Management Reporting
  • Training Completion Reporting
  • Credential Reporting
  • Service in Quarter Reporting
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
  • Michigan Works! frontline / job-seeker staff
DATE / LOCATION

TBD

Fee

Member and Non-member: $15

Register

Presenters
  • Jimelle Blakley, Departmental Specialist, Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity at State of Michigan - Workforce Development
Need Help?

Association staff is ready to address any and all questions regarding this training event.

Contact programs@michiganworks.org or (517) 371-1100. Association staff is available Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (excluding holidays) and typically responds to inquiries within two (2) business days.

Upon registration, complete training event details will follow via email.


Cancellation Policy

Cancellations must be submitted in writing up to three (3) business days prior to the training to receive a full refund. Cancellations received less than three (3) business days prior to the training will be invoiced, and payments will not be refunded. No shows will be billed. Substitutions are welcomed.

As one of the most powerful tools in Michigan’s toolkit to address in-demand skill growth and employer talent needs, the Talent Fund has reached nearly 3,000 employers statewide. MWA staff play a vital role in implementing this tool to assist employers in delivering demand-driven training. This webinar is both an introduction and a refresher to the Talent Fund, designed to reach new MWA Business Services staff, staff who would like a refresher and contractor staff assigned to business services.