Two-Part Webinar Series: Using Data to Drive System Improvements for Individuals with Disabilities
Access to quality data makes good policy possible and workforce services accessible for everyone. The Workforce Data Quality Initiative and the LEAD Center webinars on September 17 and 24 showcased leading practices in Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) disability-related reporting. The two-part webinar series featured Wisconsin’s workforce system practices, including how effective reporting and analysis can enhance services and help mitigate job losses for individuals with disabilities. Both sessions explored existing reporting on individuals with disabilities through a new online interactive data visualization tool and how to improve disability-related reporting.
Part 1: Understanding WIOA Disability-Related Reporting: Tools for Data Visualization
Part 2: WIOA Disability-Related Reporting: A Deep Dive into the Participant Individual Record Layout (PIRL)
The content of this webinar was tailored to local and state workforce staff in charge of reporting, training, and case management systems.