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In collaboration with TAA, Dislocated Worker providers may be able to provide the following services to eligible people:

Employment Services

  • Employment Counseling
  • Skills and Interest Assessments
  • Job Search, Resume, and Interviewing Workshops
  • 1:1 Individualized Support

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Training Services

You can select a training program that leads to an industry recognized credential.  Training may be part-time or full-time and short-term or long-term:

  • Classroom/Online Training
  • Professional/Continuing Education
  • On-The-Job training
  • Apprenticeship

Classroom training can include:

  • Basic or remedial education
  • English as a Second Language or English Language Learner
  • Prerequisites required for the approved training program
Additional Information

Financial Services

Job Search Allowance
Relocation Allowance
Health Coverage Tax Credit (HCTC)
  • HCTC pays 72.5% of qualified health insurance premiums for eligible individuals and their families; administered by the IRS. Watch our video on HCTC. 
Trade Readjustment Allowance (TRA)
  • Extended unemployment benefits for eligible workers enrolled in TAA-approved full-time training.
Transportation and Subsistence Allowances
  • For costs of attending training outside your local area.
Reemployment Trade Adjustment Assistance (RTAA)
  • Wage supplement available to workers 50 years of age or older if a new job pays less than their trade-impacted position. Watch our video on RTAA.