The resources on this page will help youth program practitioners, workforce development boards, partner organizations, and others better understand the performance requirements for the WIOA Youth program.
If you are new to the WIOA Youth program, or would like to refresh your understanding of the performance requirements, review these resources below:
Final WIOA Youth Monitoring Supplement (2018) guide identifies compliance requirements along with additional questions which may be used to assess state progress and provide information about a state’s implementation of WIOA.
Webinar: WIOA Youth Performance Accountability, October 2017
ETA guidance on the WIOA performance indicators can be found in Training and Employment Guidance Letter (TEGL) 10-16, Change 1, Performance Accountability Guidance for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Title I, Title II, Title III, and Title IV Core Programs.
Join the Performance Reporting Community of Practice; there you will find helpful resources including the WIOA Performance Indicator’s E-Learning Series, a new series of interactive e-Learning modules that explain select WIOA performance accountability concepts.
- WIOA Performance Indicators' Summer E-Learning Series- Topics include:
- Credential Attainment
- Measurable Skill Gains
- Employment Rate in the 2nd and 4th Quarters after Exit
- Median Earnings
The Performance and Results Web Site will assist you in understanding how performance is measured, reported, and assessed.
WIOA Youth Source Documentation Cheat Sheet assist WIOA Youth programs in understanding the allowable sources that may be used to document participant eligibility, services, and outcomes.