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Employment Development Department
Employment Development Department

Eligible Training Provider List

California’s Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) was established in compliance with the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998 and amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014 to provide customer-focused employment training resources for adults and dislocated workers. Training providers who are eligible to receive Individual Training Accounts (ITAs) through WIOA Title I-B funds are listed on the ETPL. The WIA ETPL Policy and Procedures issued in April 2014, governs the operation of the ETPL in California.

California’s statewide list of qualified training providers offers a wide range of educational programs, including classroom, correspondence, online and apprenticeship programs.

Search for Training Providers

Use CalJOBSSM to search hundreds of eligible training providers by location, area of interest, and type of service following these steps:

  1. Visit CalJOBSSM.
    1. Sign in if you already have a CalJOBSSM account
    2. ┬áIf you don’t have an account and do not wish to create one, select “Job Seekers.”
  2. Select “Education Services.”
  3. Select Training Providers and Schools. The Provider Search will display (You may also select the Provider Listing tab for a list of all training providers).
  4. Enter and/or select your search criteria.
  5. Select “Eligible Providers” from the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act Eligible Training Provider dropdown menu.
  6. Select the “Search” button once your criteria have been entered.
  7. Select a provider from the list.
  8. Once a provider is selected, the programs eligible for Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act funding will display a green checkmark.

For assistance or more information about the ETPL, please contact a local America’s Job Center of CaliforniaSM

Training Providers

Training providers who would like to be included within the ETPL will need to establish an account by registering in CalJOBSSM. Local Workforce Investment Boards will review these submissions and verify information by following the ETPL statewide policy and local procedures. Once the registration is approved, training providers will be able to enter training programs to be listed on the ETPL. For information, please contact a Local Workforce Development Area ETPL Coordinator.

For technical issues, please contact the CalJOBSSM Help Desk: