Because not everyone can attend an in-person workshop, we have created these brief but informative videos to summarize the key elements of a job search. These videos explain the essential tools needed to organize and plan for your next career move. If you would like to learn more comprehensive information about an effective job search, please visit our Workshop Section.

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The federally-funded Workforce Investment Act (WIA) Career Transition service assists eligible dislocated workers access training assistance for in-demand occupational areas. Career Transition Services include:

  • Access to scholarship funds for occupational training
  • Post-training employment counseling and job search assistance
  • Internship and on-the-job training opportunities (contingent on available funding.)
Career WOW for Job Seekers

CareerWow! is a self-directed online career toolkit designed for both active job seekers and employees who are interested in advancing with their current employer

The Connect for Health Colorado Insurance Marketplace is now available for individuals, families and small employers across Colorado. This one-stop online marketplace includes a customer support network of Customer Service Center Representatives, Health Coverage Guides and licensed brokers to help Coloradans find the best health plan for their needs. Connect for Health Colorado is the only place where Coloradans can find out if they are eligible for income based federal financial assistance.

Visit Larimer Health Connect for a list of Larimer County’s Certified Assistance Site Locations: (970) 472-0444

This video explains the essential tools needed to organize and plan for your next career move. For more comprehensive job search information, attend an in-house workshop.

This video explains the essential tools needed to organize and plan for your next career move. For more comprehensive job search information, attend an in-house workshop.

This video explains the essential tools needed to organize and plan for your next career move. For more comprehensive job search information, attend an in-house workshop.

The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) certification process ensures that Coloradoans and customers in WIOA programs (i.e., Adult, Dislocated Worker) can find quality training programs that provide credentials upon completion.

Follow the steps below to apply and have your training programs and/or courses ETPL certified and recognized as granting credentials for WIOA programs.

  • The training provider must be licensed, registered, or otherwise legally exempted by the Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private and Occupational Schools or other oversight agency *Link Below
  • The training provider must list its programs and/or courses on the Eligible Training Provider List(ETPL).
  • Complete and submit the application to request ETPL listing for any trainings *Link Below

Contact Christa Menning at
(970) 498-6639 or
cmenning@larimer.org
with any questions about the ETPL certification process.

IF you are a customer seeking training and would like to research training programs in Colorado, click here:

Career Coach (EMSI) is designed to help you find a good career by providing the most current local data on wages, employment, job postings, and associated education and training.