Cable television and CETA: an industry guide to working with government and the private sector initiative program (PSIP).
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, 1981 - Business & Economics - 120 pages
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How Does the CETAPSIP Work?
How Does CETAPSIP Benefit
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Administration Alliance of Business allocated Annual Plan Subpart business and industry business community cable industry cable operators cable television industry Cable TV CETA programs chairperson classroom Comprehensive Employment costs Department of Labor designed Economic Development economically disadvantaged employment and training employment opportunities employment programs Employment Service established Federal functions funds Industry Council PIC involvement job development job training Jobs Tax Credit labor market area manpower services National Alliance Native American needs occupations on-the-job training organized labor participate percent prime spon prime sponsor prime sponsor's planning private employers Private Industry Council private sector employment Private Sector Initiative projects proposal PSIP responsibilities SCTE Sector Initiative Program SESA small business Solano County specific sponsor's planning council suant Targeted Jobs Tax tion Title VII Annual Title VII program tive TJTC Training Act CETA training activities training and employment training programs training system U.S. Department upgrading viduals VII Annual Plan