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Training Benefits reports


Our annual reports to the Washington State Legislature provide an update on the Training Benefits Program. In addition, a 2012 net-impact analysis shows how the program affects the earnings of participants.

The Training Benefits Program pays extended unemployment benefits to eligible participants while they attend approved training to learn new job skills. It does not directly pay for tuition or training-related expenses. Learn more about the Training Benefits Program.


Annual reports


2013 Training Benefits Program Annual Report

These annual reports provide a baseline for legislators and policy-makers to measure the effects of policy changes to the Training Benefits Program.

The reports cover:

  •   Participant demographics.

  •   How long people typically received training benefits.

  •   Type of training received.

  •   Participant employment and wage history.

  •   Administrative costs.

Data in this report are primarily from three sources: Employment Security’s administrative records, a survey of program participants conducted by Employment Security and training data from the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC).

Special Reports

2012 Training Benefits Net-Impact Study

This study compares the earnings of unemployment-insurance claimants who participated in the
Training Benefits Program to the earnings of claimants who were eligible for the program but chose
not to participate.



 

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Request a report

Reports are maintained on our site for four years. Electronic versions of older reports are available by sending an email to LMPA@esd.wa.gov. Include your name and the report’s name and year.

 


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