I-TRAIN: Job Training and Education Information Network
Today, workforce development in America is under tremendous pressure to change the way it delivers service. Many workforce development service providers have been forced to review the way they conduct business, and many have concluded that new ideas, news goals, new ways of thinking are required to accommodate and meet the challenges of Welfare-to-Work, and the new Workforce Investment Act.
Consolidation of programs within service delivery areas
Expedient and accurate verification of Performance Outcomes
Accountability, Optimize Customer Satisfaction
Collaboration and participation with post-secondary education institutions
An inter-jurisdictional voucher system
Common methods for collection and distribution of data across wide and diverse service delivery areas.
The Intrastate Training Resources and Information Network (I-TRAIN) offers an interactive, user-friendly alternative to traditional workforce development service delivery.