Does your organization need funding for Occupational Skills Training?
Alabama Department of Commerce’s (ADC) Workforce Development Division, Governor’s Local Workforce Areas (GLWA) and the West AlabamaWorks! Local Workforce Development Board (WAW) are soliciting proposals through this Request for Proposals (RFP) for short term (26 weeks or less) standalone occupational skills training programs for adults and dislocated workers under WIOA. Occupational Skills Training is defined as an organized program of study that provides specific vocational skills that lead to proficiency in performing actual tasks and technical functions required by certain occupational fields at entry, intermediate, or advanced levels.
Does Your Organization Need Funding for Youth Workforce Development Services?
Alabama Department of Commerce’s (ADC) Workforce Development Division, Governor’s Local Workforce Areas (GLWA) and the West AlabamaWorks! Local Workforce Development Board (WAW) are soliciting proposals through this Request for Proposals (RFP) for youth programs to focus on educational attainment, work-based training opportunities
and training linked to careers aligned with the skills needs of industries in their area. Download the RFP here.
Is Your Organization Interested in Developing and Creating and Alabama College and Career Exploration Tool (ACCET)?
The Alabama Department of Commerce “Department” solicits proposals from qualified professional firms (“Firm” or “Responder”) interested in developing the Alabama College and Career Exploration Tool (“ACCET”). Download the RFP here.
Dedicated To Improving Our Workforce Each And Every Day
West AlabamaWorks is here to ensure that everyone in West Alabama is provided with the tools, resources, and support they need to ensure a bright and prosperous future in Alabama’s workforce.
An Organization Is Only As Strong As Its People
We take pride in the fact that West AlabamaWorks is business led and industry driven, making it a unique workforce model focused on results.
AlabamaWorks is a network of interconnected providers of workforce services, including all of the governmental, educational, and private sector components that train, prepare, and match job seekers with employers.