Eligible Programs

How do I develop a worker's training plan?

Vocational providers can use licensed, accredited, or otherwise approved training programs to develop a worker's training plan:

  • "Licensed" or "accredited" means that a school or training program is approved by the appropriate state agency.
  • All approved apprenticeship programs and programs eligible for federal student aid are considered to be "accredited." L&I recognizes Commission on Approving Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) accreditation.
  • Schools must apply to be an L&I provider even if they are approved by another agency. See "Becoming a Training Provider" for more information. To find out if a school is already an L&I provider, contact the Provider Hotline at 1-800-848-0811.

How can I find out whether a school is licensed or accredited?

You can research whether a school is licensed or accredited. Here are some resources:


Call Private Sector Compliance at 360-902-6756.

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