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What is on-the-job training?

On-the-job training is training an employer provides to you once you are placed in a job to help you learn the skills you need. With on-the-job training, you are hired by an employer and DVR pays the employer a training fee to cover the extra costs associated with training you. There is an expectation that employment with the employer will continue when the on-the-job training is completed. The employer must sign an agreement to include at a minimum:
(1) Training to be provided, including skills to be learned and training methods;
(2) Duration or number of hours of training to be provided;
(3) How and when the employer will evaluate and report your progress to DVR;
(4) An agreed-upon fee based on the employer's costs to provide the training; and
(5) Payment criteria.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 74.29.020(8) and 34 C.F.R., Parts 361, 363, 397. WSR 18-12-035, ยง 388-891A-0815, filed 5/29/18, effective 6/30/18.]
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