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RCW 28B.50.273: Identification of grant-eligible programs of study and other job training programs—Marketing


Published: 2015

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28B.50.272    

28B.50.274













RCW 28B.50.273









Identification of grant-eligible programs of study and other job training programs—Marketing.












For the purposes of identifying opportunity grant-eligible programs of study and other job training programs, the college board, in partnership with business, labor, and the workforce training and education coordinating board, shall:
(1) Identify high employer demand programs of study offered by qualified postsecondary institutions that lead to a credential, certificate, or degree;
(2) Identify job-specific training programs offered by qualified postsecondary institutions that lead to a credential, certificate, or degree in green industry occupations as established in chapter 14, Laws of 2008;
(3) Gain recognition of the credentials, certificates, and degrees by Washington's employers and labor organizations. The college board shall designate these recognized credentials, certificates, and degrees as "opportunity grant-eligible programs of study"; and
(4) Market the credentials, certificates, and degrees to potential students, businesses, and apprenticeship programs as a way for individuals to advance in their careers and to better meet the needs of industry.
[2009 c 353 § 2; 2008 c 14 § 10; 2007 c 277 § 201.]

NOTES:

Findings—Intent—Scope of chapter 14, Laws of 2008—Severability—2008 c 14: See RCW 70.235.005, 70.235.900, and 70.235.901.

Findings—Part headings not law—2007 c 277: See notes following RCW 28B.50.271.