Integrated Education and Training (IET) is defined in WIOA Section 203(11) as a service approach that provides adult education and literacy activities concurrently and contextually with workforce preparation activities and workforce training for a specific occupation or occupational cluster for the purpose of educational and career advancement.  According to the definition, each IET course will have three components which the student will complete: 

The Region 9 Adult Education & Literacy Career Pathway program is an academic support program for students training in one of our designated career pathway fields for in-demand careers. It organizes education, training, and other services to meet the particular needs of an individual in a manner that accelerates their education and career advancement.  The program is a selective program, but once complete, students can be immediately employable. 

In this entry-level course, students gain the knowledge, skills, and competencies essential to providing basic care to residents of long-term care facilities. The 116-hour course topics include resident rights and safety, reporting, observation, effective communication, effective interaction with the health care team, assisting residents in maintaining basic comfort and personal care.

If you are a current student & need to find classroom links and free resources, click the "Student Portal" icon on the left.  You can find the following: