- Last Updated: 04 September 2015
The New York State Eligible Training Provider List (NYS-ETPL) was established in compliance with Title 1 of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014. The purpose of the ETPL is to present a broad and diverse selection of training choices to support employment goals of individuals by helping businesses fund on the job training. To become a Westchester-Putnam Workforce Development Board (WPWDB) Eligible Trainer Provider does not have to be challenging or intimidating. You are required to have an executed contract with Westchester County. You can apply to become an approved training provider and begin the contract process by completing the following steps.
Applying to become an approved training provider is a three-step process:
Create your profile on the
NYS Department of Labor Website
Inclusion on the NYS-ETPL, in itself, does not guarantee that WIA funds are available for enrollment in an eligible offering. Before continuing to the Training Provider area, please be sure to complete this step.
Create your profile on the Westchester-Putnam system
If you are a training provider in the Westchester area and are listed on the NYS-ETPL, create your profile on the Westchester-Putnam One-Stop (WPOS) Eligible Trainer Provider Profile system. If you already have created your WPOS Eligible Trainer Provider Profile, sign in to manage your course offerings.
Step 3: Submit your request to enter into a contract agreement
Download instructions on how to create or edit your profile and update course offerings.