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1. Participant Application Form

1.1. Headings

1.1.1. Heading 1 Sub-Grantee

1.1.2. Heading 2 Local Site

1.1.3. Heading 3 Case Worker

1.1.4. Heading 4 Recertification

1.1.5. Heading 5 Waiver of durational limit determination

1.2. Fields 1-5

1.2.1. Field 1 Last Name

1.2.2. Field 2 Fist Name

1.2.3. Field 3 Middle Initial

1.2.4. Field 4 Social Security Number

1.2.5. Field 5 Home phone number

1.3. Fields 6-10

1.3.1. Field 6 Mailing address

1.3.1.1. Field 6 a-e Pariticpant email | Emergency Contact

1.3.2. Field 6(a) Number and street; apt. #, PO Box

1.3.2.1. Field 6(b)

1.3.3. Field 7 State of residence if different from mailing address

1.3.4. Field 8 Homeless

1.3.4.1. Field 8a-b

1.3.5. Field 8a Urban/rural

1.3.6. Field 9 Application date for enrollment or re-enrollment

1.3.7. Field 10 Date of birth

1.4. Fields 11-15

1.4.1. Field 11 Number in family

1.4.2. Field 12 Receiving public assistance?

1.4.3. Field 13 Employed prior to participation?

1.4.3.1. Field 13a Did applicant engage in volunteer work prior to participation? If yes, total number of volunteer activities

1.4.4. Field 14 Total includable family income (12-month or 6- month annualized)

1.4.5. Field 15 Family income at or below 100% of poverty level?

1.5. Fields 16-20

1.5.1. Field 16 Formerly a participant in any SCSEP project?

1.5.2. Field 17 Transferred from another project?

1.5.2.1. Field 17a

1.5.3. Field 18 Gender

1.5.4. Field 19 Ethnicity

1.5.5. Field 20 Race

1.6. Fields 21-25

1.6.1. Field 21 Education

1.6.2. Field 22 Limited English Proficiency (LEP)

1.6.3. Field 23 If LEP, please specify primary language

1.6.4. Field 24 Low Literacy skills?

1.6.5. Field 25 Veteran (or eligible spouse of veteran)?

1.7. Fields 26-30

1.7.1. Field 26 Disability?

1.7.2. Field 27 At risk for homelessness

1.7.3. Field 28 Displaced homemaker?

1.7.4. Field 29 Failed to find employment after using WIOA Title I

1.7.5. Field 30 Low employment prospects?

1.8. Fields 31-35

1.8.1. Field 31 Personal characteristics comments

1.8.2. Field 32 Signature of applicant

1.8.3. Field 33 Date of signing

1.8.4. Field 34 Eligibility determination

1.8.5. Field 35 If ineligible, reason

1.9. Field 36-40

1.9.1. Field 36 If ineligible, action taken

1.9.2. Field 37 Placed on waiting list?

1.9.3. Field 38 Community service assignment

1.9.4. Field 39 Grantee name

1.9.4.1. Field 39a County of authorized position

1.9.5. Field 40 Co-enrollments?

1.9.5.1. Field 40a Date of orientation

1.9.5.2. Field 40b Date of last physical or waiver

1.9.5.3. Field 40c Date of last IEP

1.9.5.4. Field 40d Job interest codes

1.10. Fields 41-45

1.10.1. Field 41 Enrollment comments

1.10.2. Field 42 Signature

1.10.3. Field 43 Date of eligibility determination

1.10.4. Field 44 Number in Family

1.10.5. Field 45 Total includable family income (12-month or 6- month, annualized)

1.11. Fields 46-50

1.11.1. Field 46 Signature of participant on re-certification

1.11.2. Field 47 Eligibility determination

1.11.3. Field 48 If ineligible, reason

1.11.4. Field 49 Signature of director or authorized representative on recertification

1.11.5. Field 50 Date of recertification determination

1.12. Fields 51-55

1.12.1. Field 51 Severe disability

1.12.1.1. Field 51a Date of last update

1.12.2. Field 52 Frail?

1.12.2.1. Field 52a Date of last update

1.12.3. Field 53 Old enough for but not receiving Social Security Title II

1.12.3.1. Field 53a Date of last update

1.12.4. Field 54 Severely limited employment prospects in area of persistent unemployment

1.12.4.1. Field 54a Date of last update

1.12.5. Field 55 Limited English Proficiency (LEP)

1.12.5.1. Field 55a Date of last update

1.13. Fields 56-58

1.13.1. Field 56 Low literacy skills

1.13.1.1. Field 56a Date of last update

1.13.2. Field 57 75 or over

1.13.3. Field 58 Recertification/ waiver comments

2. Participant Form topics

2.1. Topics 1-10

2.1.1. Topic 1 Modifying OMB approved data collection forms

2.1.2. Topic 2 Ineligible applicants: When is an application required?

2.1.3. Topic 3 Entering N/A or "dummy" data into the data system

2.1.4. Topic 4 Data errors in SPARQ

2.1.5. Topic 5 Missing data warnings

2.1.6. Topic 6 Dual enrollments

2.1.7. Topic 7 Change in county of residence

2.1.8. Topic 8 Participants who reside in counties with no authorized positions

2.1.9. Topic 9 Most-in-Need measure: priorities of service and waiver factors

2.1.10. Topic 10 Timeframe for determining age and other characteristics for performance measures

2.2. Topics 11-20

2.2.1. Topic 11 Consequence of status as family of one due to disability

2.2.2. Topic 12 Documentation of family size

2.2.3. Topic 13 Marriage license as documentation of family size

2.2.4. Topic 14 Common law spouse

2.2.5. Topic 15 Adult child living with applicant; dependent child; grandchild

2.2.6. Topic 16 Participant claimed as dependent by another person; length of penalty

2.2.7. Topic 17 Counting family members when the applicant is claimed as a dependent

2.2.8. Topic 18 Spouse in nursing home

2.2.9. Topic 19 Receipt of food stamps or other benefits as proof of family size

2.2.10. Topic 20 Is serving as an usher at a church on Sunday volunteering?

2.3. Topics 21-30

2.3.1. Topic 21 What does compensation mean? Does it include a stipend?

2.3.2. Topic 22 Federal Poverty Guidelines

2.3.3. Topic 23 Date for determining income of applicants

2.3.4. Topic 24 Exception to timing rules for atypical income

2.3.5. Topic 25 Calculating spouse’s income for recently wed applicant

2.3.6. Topic 26 Effect of public assistance on eligibility

2.3.7. Topic 27 Effect of garnishment of wages, taxes, and deductions for benefits

2.3.8. Topic 28 Exclusion from income: foster care and other types of child support payments

2.3.9. Topic 29 Exclusion for “difficulty of care” payments made under Medicaid

2.3.10. Topic 30 Exclusion from income: wages or stipends from employment and training programs, and programs under the Corporation for National and Community Services

2.4. Topics 31-40

2.4.1. Topic 31 Exclusion from income: pay and educational benefits received by active members of the Armed Forces; active service as employment

2.4.2. Topic 32 Exclusion from income: Disaster Assistance Payments (DUA)

2.4.3. Topic 33 Exclusion from income: lump sum receipt of lottery winnings, awards from lawsuits, insurance payments, and inheritance

2.4.4. Topic 34 Exclusion for non-periodic distributions from an estate

2.4.5. Topic 35 Exclusion for Railroad Retirement

2.4.6. Topic 36 Educational assistance; treatment of work-study

2.4.7. Topic 37 Exclusion for court-ordered alimony

2.4.8. Topic 38 Garnishment

2.4.9. Topic 39 Early withdrawal from IRA or other retirement account

2.4.10. Topic 40 Reimbursement for travel expenses

2.5. Topics 41-50

2.5.1. Topic 41 Jury duty pay

2.5.2. Topic 42 Rental income

2.5.3. Topic 43 In-kind value of rent; rent paid by third-party

2.5.4. Topic 44 Severance pay

2.5.5. Topic 45 Disability pensions

2.5.6. Topic 46 Cancelled debt

2.5.7. Topic 47 Exclusion from income: reverse mortgage payments; sale of property by land contract

2.5.8. Topic 48 Exclusion from income: medical insurance reimbursement

2.5.9. Topic 49 Inclusion of interest and dividend income; exception for IRA’s

2.5.10. Topic 50 Money raised by crowd funding

2.6. Topics 51-60

2.6.1. Topic 51 Documentation of excludable income; continuing exclusion at recertification

2.6.2. Topic 52 Treatment of Social Security Benefits Under TEGL 12-06

2.6.3. Topic 53 Consequences for participant with a disability when SSDI converts to regular SS retirement

2.6.4. Topic 54 Spouse of applicant who receives SSI benefits

2.6.5. Topic 55 Survivor of spouse formerly on SSDI

2.6.6. Topic 56 Survivor’s benefits from VA

2.6.7. Topic 57 Effect of SCSEP Wages on SSI and SSDI

2.6.8. Topic 58 Documenting Social Security income

2.6.9. Topic 59 No necessity of documenting non-receipt of Social Securty Income

2.6.10. Topic 60 Documenting income for farmers and other self-employed individuals before tax returns are available

2.7. Topics 61-70

2.7.1. Topic 61 Documenting pension from ex-spouse

2.7.2. Topic 62 Documentation and data validation

2.7.3. Topic 63 Electronic records and signatures

2.7.4. Topic 64 Retention of case files, financial records and other documentation

2.7.5. Topic 65 Special rules during disasters

2.7.6. Topic 66 Documentation for ineligible applicants

2.7.7. Topic 67 Responsibility of sub-grantees in maintaining participant case files; access to files

2.7.8. Topic 68 Safeguarding sensitive information

2.7.9. Topic 69 Re-enrolling a participant who quit unsubsidized employment

2.7.10. Topic 70 Re-enrolling an applicant who previously withdrew from the waiting list

2.8. Topics 71-80

2.8.1. Topic 71 Re-enrollment when there is no available slot

2.8.2. Topic 72 Durational limits

2.8.3. Topic 73 Managing average project duration

2.8.4. Topic 74 Entering reenrollments into the data system

2.8.5. Topic 75 Repeated transfer by sub-grantee of same participant between grantees

2.8.6. Topic 76 Minimum time of enrollment before transfer

2.8.7. Topic 77 Transfer of participant vs. re-enrollment

2.8.8. Topic 78 Transfer of participant vs. movement of positions

2.8.9. Topic 79 Transfer of participant vs. change of subgrantee

2.9. Topics 81-90

2.9.1. Topic 80 Transfer and right of first refusal

2.9.2. Topic 81 “Orphan exiters”: follow-up for participants who exited before a sub-grantee has gone out of business

2.9.3. Topic 82 Equal Opportunity (EO) information: required disclosures

2.9.4. Topic 83 Reasonable Accommodation

2.9.5. Topic 84 Storage and confidentiality of and access to medical records and disabilityrelated information

2.9.6. Topic 85 SCSEP disability status versus EO nondiscrimination requirements applicable to participants, as well as to applicants for employment and employees of sub-grantees and grantees

2.9.7. Topic 86 Interpreters, translation, and other services for LEP participants

2.9.8. Topic 87 LEP and Low Literacy as both priorities of service and waiver factors

2.9.9. Topic 88 Lack of computer skills and low literacy skills

2.9.10. Topic 89 Veterans Priority of Service; enrolling spouses who are both covered persons

2.9.11. Topic 90 Documenting disability

2.10. Topics 91-100

2.10.1. Topic 91 Proof of SSDI

2.10.2. Topic 92 Eligibility of applicant on workers’ compensation

2.10.3. Topic 93 Homeless or at risk of homelessness: applicant living in adult children’s homes

2.10.4. Topic 94 Low employment prospects due to "residing in socially or economically isolated rural or urban area where employment opportunities are limited"

2.10.5. Topic 95 Concerns about fraud

2.10.6. Topic 96 Over-enrollment and conditional or temporary eligibility

2.10.7. Topic 97 Grantee eligibility requirements

2.10.8. Topic 98 Psychological testing at enrollment or reenrollment of participant believing to be acting erratically or disruptively

2.10.9. Topic 99 Criminal background

2.11. Topics 101-110

2.11.1. Topic 100 Why must applicants be unemployed at time of eligibility determination?

2.11.2. Topic 101 What constitutes employment?

2.11.3. Topic 102 National Guard as employment

2.11.4. Topic 103 Programs funded by Corporation for National and Community Service

2.11.5. Topic 103 Programs funded by Corporation for National and Community Service

2.11.6. Topic 104 Employment vs. investment income

2.11.7. Topic 105 Owning a farm

2.11.8. Topic 106 Employment vs. volunteering and exploring self employment

2.11.9. Topic 107 Work-study as employment

2.11.10. Topic 108 Exiting participants who start employment while enrolled

2.11.11. Topic 109 Can participants work part-time hours while transitioning to employment?

2.11.12. Topic 110 Effect of temporary or oncall work on SCSEP eligibility

2.12. Topics 111-120

2.12.1. Topic 111 Temporary employment as Census enumerator

2.12.2. Topic 112 Responsibility to applicants placed on the waiting list

2.12.3. Topic 113 Removal of applicant who is working from waiting list

2.12.4. Topic 114 Requiring SSNs for applicants on waiting list

2.12.5. Topic 115 Are participants employees of the sub-grantee?

2.12.6. Topic 116 Are participants entitled to unemployment compensation benefits?

2.12.7. Topic 117 How do SCSEP wages affect unemployment compensation benefits

2.12.8. Topic 118 Are participants covered by the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA?)

2.12.9. Topic 119 Garnishment of SCSEP wages

2.13. Topics 121-130

2.13.1. Topic 120 Effect of SCSEP wages on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), federal housing programs,

2.13.2. Topic 121 Permissible activities prior to assignment

2.13.3. Topic 122 Supportive Services

2.13.4. Topic 123 WIOA and SCSEP

2.13.5. Topic 124 Co-enrollment with Veterans Administration (VA) Work Therapy Program and other employment and training programs that pay wages or stipends

2.13.6. Topic 125 Co-enrollment in FEMA training course

2.13.7. Topic 126 SCSEP as mandatory American Job Center partner

2.13.8. Topic 127 New IEP on reassignment of participant to new host agency

2.13.9. Topic 128 Revision to IEP; failure of participant to cooperate

2.13.10. Topic 129 Staff authorized to make eligibility determinations

2.13.11. Topic 130 Recertification within 12 months; substantial change in circumstance

2.14. Topics 131-136

2.14.1. Topic 131 Effect of retroactive SSDI payment on recertification

2.14.2. Topic 132 Updating waiver factors

2.14.3. Topic 133 Documenting severe disability through records of other agencies

2.14.4. Topic 134 Documenting severe disability through records of Social Security Administration

2.14.5. Topic 135 Which list to use for persistent unemployment

2.14.6. Topic 136 LEP and Low Literacy as both priorities of service and waiver factors

3. Community Service Assignment Form (Host Agency Information Page)

3.1. Form Heading 1 | Community Service Assignment Form

3.1.1. Form Heading 2 | Host Agency Information

3.1.2. Form Heading 3 | Contact/ Supervisor Information

3.1.2.1. Form Heading 4 | Complete fields 12c-12j if supervisor is different from contact person (number 9). If supervisor is the same as contact person, skip to field 12j.

3.1.3. Form Heading 5 | Sub-Grantee Provided Training Information

3.1.4. Form Heading 6 | Training Provider Information

3.1.5. Form Heading 7 | Contact Person Information

3.2. Lines 1-10

3.2.1. Line 3 | Grantee

3.2.2. Line 4 | Name of Host Agency

3.2.3. Line 5 | Host agency mailing address

3.2.3.1. Line 5a | Number Street, suite number of PO Box

3.2.4. Line 6 | FEIN

3.2.5. Line 7 | Host agency type

3.2.5.1. Line 7a Date of host agency agreement

3.2.5.2. Line 7 b | Date of host agency monitoring visit

3.2.6. Line 8 | Host agency site name and location

3.2.6.1. Line 8a | Host agency job codes

3.2.6.2. Line 8b | Host agency continued availability

3.2.7. Line 9 | Name of contact person

3.2.8. Line 10 | Contact person’s mailing address if different from number 5

3.2.8.1. Line 10a | Organization or address field 1

3.2.8.2. Line 10b | Address field 2

3.3. Lines 11-20

3.3.1. Line 11 | Contact person's title

3.3.1.1. Line 11a | Contact person’s salutation

3.3.2. Line 12 | Contact person's phone number

3.3.2.1. Line 12a | Contact person's fax number

3.3.2.2. Line 12a1 | Contact person's cell phone number.

3.3.2.3. Line 12b | Contact person's email address

3.3.2.4. Line 12c | Name of supervisor

3.3.2.5. Line 12d | Supervisor's mailing address if different form number 5

3.3.2.6. Line 12e | Supervisor's title

3.3.2.7. Line 12f Supervisor's salutation

3.3.2.8. Line 12g | Supervisor's phone number

3.3.2.9. Line 12h | Supervisor's fax number

3.3.2.9.1. Line 12h1 | Supervisor's cell phone number

3.3.2.10. Line 12i | Supervisor's e-mail address

3.3.2.11. Line 12j | Funding source of supervisor or contact person/supervisor

3.3.3. Line 13 | Assignment date

3.3.4. Line 14 | Start assignment dte

3.3.5. Line 15 | End date

3.3.5.1. Line 15a | Approved break in participation

3.3.5.2. Line 15b | Reason for approved break in service

3.3.5.3. Line 15c | Comments on approved break in participation

3.3.6. Line 16 | Participant assigned to:

3.3.6.1. Line 16a.1 | CSA wage (per hour)

3.3.6.2. 16a.2 | Number of hours per week assigned

3.3.6.3. 16b | Participant's signature

3.3.6.4. 16c | Date of safety consultation with the participant

3.3.6.5. 16d | Does participant engage in volunteer work (in addition to the community service assignment) during enrollment? If yes, total number of volunteer activities

3.3.7. Line 17 | Community service assignment code

3.3.8. Line 18 | Community service assignment title

3.3.8.1. Line 18a | Participant's job code

3.3.8.2. Line 18b | Participant's workers' comp. code

3.3.9. Line 19 | Total hours paid in quarter

3.3.10. Line 20 | Types of training received

3.3.10.1. Line 20a.1 | Type of supportive service provided:

3.3.10.2. Line 20a.2 | Date supportive service provided

3.3.10.3. Line 20a.3 | Supportive service provided by:

3.4. Lines 21-30

3.4.1. Line 21 | Total hours of paid training received in quarter

3.4.2. Line 22 | CSA comments

3.4.3. Line 23 | Name of training provider or OJE employer

3.4.4. Line 24 | Training provider or OJE employer mailing address

3.4.5. Line 25 | Training provider continued availability

3.4.6. Line 26 | Name of training provider or OJE employer contact person

3.4.7. Line 27 | Contact person’s mailing address if different from number 24

3.4.8. Line 28 | Contact person's title

3.4.9. Line 29 | Contact person’s salutation

3.4.10. Line 30 | Contact person’s phone number

3.5. Lines 31-40

3.5.1. Line 31 | Contact person’s fax number

3.5.2. Line 32 | Contact person’s e-mail

3.5.3. Line 33 | Types of training received

3.5.4. Line 34 | Job code for which training is provided, if relevant

3.5.5. Line 35 | Participant's workers' compensation code in training

3.5.6. Line 36 | Start training date

3.5.7. Line 37 | End training date

3.5.8. Line 38 | Average number of hours per week of training

3.5.9. Line 39 | Average number of hours of community service per week during training

3.5.10. Line 40 | If OJE, wages paid by

3.6. Line 44 | Training Comments

3.7. Lines 41-44

3.7.1. Line 41 | Training wage (per hour)

3.7.2. Line 42 | Total wages paid to participant or reimbursed to employer

3.7.3. Line 43 | Total amount paid to training provider for provision of training (other than reimbursement to employer)

3.7.4. Line 44 | Training Comments

4. Community Service Form Topics

4.1. Topics 1-10

4.1.1. Topic 1 | Maintenance of effort; assigning participants to host agencies that have had layoffs

4.1.2. Topic 2 | Entering a new assignment into WebDCS

4.1.3. Topic 3 | Rule against entering duplicate organizations into SPARQ database

4.1.4. Topic 4 | Can two projects use the same host agency

4.1.5. Topic 5 | Using an existing host agency in SPARQ

4.1.6. Topic 6 | Using FEIN to identify host agencies (and employers) for the customer satisfaction surveys

4.1.7. Topic 7 | Exception to the rule about using FEINs

4.1.8. Topic 8 | Warnings in SPARQ for duplicate organizations

4.1.9. Topic 9 | Public source of FEINs

4.1.10. Topic 10 | Host agency must be Section 501(c)(3) organizations or public agencies; churches; U.S. Postal Service

4.2. Topics 11-20

4.2.1. Topic 11 | Documentation of Section 501(c)(3) status

4.2.2. Topic 12 | Can a host agency satisfy 501(c)(3) status through a fiscal agent?

4.2.3. Topic 13 |Subordinate entities of Section 501(c)(3) organizations

4.2.4. Topic 14 | Role of host agencies

4.2.5. Topic 15 | Location of host agency; county of residence

4.2.6. Topic 16 | OJE supervisor’s time as nonfederal match

4.2.7. Topic 17 | What date determines enrollment for the service level measure?

4.2.8. Topic 18 | Permissible activities prior to assignment

4.2.9. Topic 19 | Assignment to project office

4.2.10. Topic 20 | Assignment of participant to temporary host agency for assessment and other services

4.3. Topics 21-30

4.3.1. Topic 21 | Closure of host agency due to natural disaster

4.3.2. Topic 22 | Assignment of two family members to same host agency

4.3.3. Topic 23 | Participant as board member

4.3.4. Topic 24 | Advocacy work at host agency

4.3.5. Topic 25 | Participants volunteering at a host agency

4.3.6. Topic 26 | Participant discovered to be working at a host agency to which assigned

4.3.7. Topic 27 | Participant assignment to religious day care center

4.3.8. Topic 28 | Assignment of ex-offenders to host agencies

4.3.9. Topic 29 | Assignment data for participants who do not start work at a host agency before exiting

4.3.10. Topic 30 | Leave of absence/approved break in participation

4.4. Topics 31-40

4.4.1. Topic 31 | When should participants be put on approved break

4.4.2. Topic 32 | Participant on worker’s compensation

4.4.3. Topic 33 | Reinstatement of participants after workers’ compensation leave

4.4.4. Topic 34 | Participants for whom no host agency assignment is suitable

4.4.5. Topic 35 | Federal holidays

4.4.6. Topic 36 | Uniform application of benefits; compensation as pay or rescheduled time

4.4.7. Topic 37 | End date when reassigning a participant to a new host agency

4.4.8. Topic 38 | Durational limits

4.4.9. Topic 39 | Extensions of individual participant duration

4.4.10. Topic 40 | Paying participants who work beyond their durational limit date

4.5. Topics 41-50

4.5.1. Topic 41 | OJE or other paid training after durational limit date

4.5.2. Topic 42 | Re-enrollment

4.5.3. Topic 43 | Host agency rotations

4.5.4. Topic 44 | Payment of minimum wage or higher

4.5.5. Topic 45 | Payment of higher wages to participants assigned to project office

4.5.6. Topic 46 | Can SCSEP wages be garnished?

4.5.7. Topic 47 | Provision of fringe benefits

4.5.8. Topic 48 | Physical exam

4.5.9. Topic 49 | Are participants entitled to unemployment compensation benefits?

4.5.10. Topic 50 | Employer mandate under the Affordable Care Act

4.6. Topics 51-60

4.6.1. Topic 51 | Effect of SCSEP wages on unemployment compensation benefits

4.6.2. Topic 52 | Effect of SCSEP wages on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), federal housing programs, Medicaid, and other programs

4.6.3. Topic 53 | Host agency work schedule

4.6.4. Topic 54 | Volunteering at the host agency after exit

4.6.5. Topic 55 | What does compensation mean? Does it include a stipend?

4.6.6. Topic 56 | Cash handling assignments for participants

4.6.7. Topic 57 | Entering total paid hours when participant has two different assignments in the same quarter

4.6.8. Topic 58 | Required number of hours in community service each week

4.6.9. Topic 59 | Limit on number of hours for community service and paid training

4.6.10. Topic 60 | Reduction in hours or “layoff” of participants due to insufficient funds

4.7. Topics 61-70

4.7.1. Topic 61 | Can a host agency pay for additional hours?

4.7.2. Topic 62 | Using OJEs to transition participants to unsubsidized employment

4.7.3. Topic 63 | OJEs are not placements

4.7.4. Topic 64 | OJE supervisor’s time as nonfederal match

4.7.5. Topic 65 | OJE with different department of existing host agency

4.7.6. Topic 66 | How long a participant must be in community service before receiving specialized training

4.7.7. Topic 67 | Participant’s community service status when assigned to training only or working reduced hours in community service

4.7.8. Topic 68 | Paid training and community service hours

4.7.9. Topic 69 | Payment of wages for training and job search activity

4.7.10. Topic 70 | When training is considered grantee-required

4.8. Topics 71-73

4.8.1. Topic 71 | Effect of paid training on performance measures

4.8.2. Topic 72 | Recording paid OJE hours

4.8.3. Topic 73 | Hours of community service, how calculated

5. Payroll

5.1. PIC Guide

5.1.1. Line 1 | Participant Name

5.1.2. Box 1 | Update

5.1.3. Line 2 | New Information

5.2. Request for Reduced Training Hours

5.3. Timesheets

6. File Making