About. Adult Education, as part of the Workforce Innovations and Opportunity Act (WIOA), provides services to adults to build the knowledge and skills necessary for high school equivalency (HiSET), employment, post-secondary opportunities, and economic self-sustainability. The U. S. Department of Education’s Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education provides funds to states for adult education and literacy programs. TWC, in turn, awards funds to local, eligible providers through a competitive grant process.
Workforce Education. Prepare students for success in the workplace. Combine academic and essential skills instruction within workplace contexts to guide adult learners on a path to a living wage and a sustainable career path. This area represents a significant collaboration and partnership across both private and public sectors throughout the state of Florida to improve Florida's workforce. Career and Adult Education is delivered to our customers through a network of service providers, which include District Technical Centers, Adult Education Providers and Florida.
Adult education and literacy programs funded by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) provide English language, math, reading, and writing instruction to help students acquire the skills needed to succeed in the workforce, earn a high school equivalency, or enter college or career training. Adult education programs also help adult learners gain the knowledge and skills they need to enter and succeed in postsecondary education. Adult learners enrolled in Adult High School can earn a high school diploma or its equivalent by successfully passing the Standard GED ® tests.
Adult Basic Education (ABE) Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County is responsible for overseeing over $83 million in employment and training dollars to benefit businesses and citizens in Tarrant County. Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. As an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), NCWE provides leadership for faculty, administrators, and practitioners in workforce education and basic skills, as well as representatives of business, labor, military, and government, to effect and direct the future role of two-year and other post-secondary institutions in workforce education and economic.