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Maher & Maher and USDOL/ETA’s Dallas Regional Office Provide Arkansas Training

On March 8-9, 2016 Maher & Maher, in conjunction with USDOL/ETA's Dallas Regional Office, provided in-person training for Arkansas State and local workforce system staff on effective fiscal and programmatic monitoring.  In addition to the core curriculum, the training also included tailored components for State staff and Local Area Directors.  Trainers included Lynn Bajorek, John Riggs and Jennifer Pirtle from Maher & Maher.

Learning objectives for the training included:

  • Increased understanding of the requirements and benefits of monitoring, the various monitoring roles and responsibilities at the Federal, State and Local levels and the key monitoring activities required to drive compliance and effectiveness.
  • Improved State and Local staff capacity to plan and perform monitoring activities.
  • Expanded awareness and understanding of common monitoring issues/findings including causes and potential resolutions.

Arkansas Training SessionThe format for the training was highly interactive and included small and full group discussion, exercises and a participant file review simulation.  Feedback from the training showed a high-level of satisfaction with the approach, content, and degree of learning along with full consensus from participants that they would recommend the training to others.

Maher & Maher is a specialized change management and talent development consulting firm based in New Jersey and Washington, D.C. The firm is the national Technical Assistance (TA) contractor for Sector Strategies for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (ETA) as well as the TA contractor supporting ETA’s implementation of WIOA. For more information about our services visit us at www.mahernet.com or call us at 1-888-90-Maher.

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