- Customer Education Center
- Overview of Services
- Family Employment Program
- Two Parent
- Adoption Assistance
- Specified Relative
- Homeless Prevention
- Time Limits / Extension
- Review Process
- How to use
- EBT Instructions
- Next Steps
- General Assistance
- Refugee Assistance
- Review Process
We may be able to help with training or related expenses to individuals age 14 and up who are seeking their high school diploma, GED, ESL certificate or that want to obtain certificates and degrees with a specific career in mind.
- Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA)
Supportive and training services to eligible adults, dislocated workers and youth ages 14-24.
- Trade Act Assistance (TAA)
Benefits and training services to US workers who have lost their jobs as a result of foreign trade.
Depending on the type of funds you receive, there may be restrictions on your program of study and the school that you attend.
To find eligible schools for adult high school or GED preparation, ESL, or training in a specific occupation or degree, refer to the Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL).
Other Training Resources
- Federal Student Aid
- Futures Through Training
- Utah State Office of Rehabilitation
- Utah Women and Education Initiative Resources
High School & GED
Postsecondary Education & Training
Adult Education Providers, Schools, colleges, and universities must first be determined eligible by DWS before providing training to DWS funded customers. Apply here
Training Providers can:
Sign in to access reports showing the amounts students have paid and are expected to pay, complete continued eligibility and update program information.