IowaWORKS Greater Siouxland
2508 Fourth Street
Sioux City, Iowa 51101
Training services may be available to individuals who are determined eligible. All training providers must be certified by WIOA to be used for training. Services include:
Most employers require a high school diploma or HSED as part of their application process. Resources are available to assist you in obtaining your HSED.
Increasing your skills in targeted areas can improve your employability. Completing a class or two may be enough to gain those needed skills.
Learning new skills on the job can be an excellent way to get the needed skills while still earning wages. WIOA may be able to pay up to 50 percent of those wages if there are employers with positions available.needed skills while still earning wages. WIOA may be able to pay up to 50 percent of those wages if there are employers with positions available.
Vocational training or completion of a four-year degree is available to those jobs that require more formal training. Financial assistance may be provided for tuition, books and other support services (based on needs and funding available.)
WIOA services are funded by the United States Department of Labor.
The Iowa Department of Workforce Development is awarded the funding, which is then allocated to the various regions within Iowa.
The Western Iowa Local Workforce Development Area serves people who live in Audubon, Carroll, Cass, Cherokee, Crawford, Fremont, Greene, Guthrie, Harrison, Ida, Mills, Monona, Page, Plymouth, Pottawattamie, Sac, Shelby and Woodbury counties.
Services are provided at no cost to the person receiving the services.
Training institutions and individual training programs must be certified before WIOA funds can be used for training.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary aids and services are available to individuals with disabilities.
For deaf and hard of hearing, use relay 711.
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