Integrated Education and Training Design Toolkit (Initial Release)

The Integrated Education and Training Design Toolkit guides users through a team-based approach to developing customized IET solutions that address the needs of adult learners and local businesses through four iterative phases: Research and Assess, Design and Plan, Develop and Implement, and Evaluate and Improve.

Author(s)
Amanda Ahlstrand
Michelle Carson
KayLynn Hamilton
Jennifer Jirous-Rapp
Gina Wells
Blaire Willson-Toso
Author(s) Organizational Affiliation
IMPAQ International, an affiliate of the American Institutes for Research
Maher & Maher, an affiliate of the American Institutes for Research
Safal Partners
Publication Year
2021
Resource Type
Professional Development
Number of Pages
87
Product Type
Abstract

The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) supported development of this Integrated Education and Training (IET) Toolkit to assist state and local adult education staff to plan, design, implement, and evaluate effective IET programs that are responsive to state and local labor market demands and fulfill the requirements of WIOA.  This is the initial release of the Toolkit, with the final release expected via online platform and updated PDF by Summer 2022.

Benefits and Uses

The IET Toolkit guides you through a team-based approach to developing customized IET solutions that address the needs of adult learners and local businesses. The approach is broken out into four iterative phases: Research and Assess, Design and Plan, Develop and Implement, and Evaluate and Improve. You may choose to review the phases sequentially or navigate to the phase most pertinent to your work. The IET Toolkit includes a self-assessment to help identify areas of the IET Toolkit that can help strengthen your efforts, as well as links to customizable, fillable tools you can use as you develop your IET solutions.

Required Training

No prior training required.

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