Credential Attainment Resource Page
This page serves as a landing page for technical assistance that touches on topics directly relating to credentials and the credential attainment performance indicator in particular.
- TEGL 10-16, Change 1
In addition to a wide variety of relevant guidance and information in this guidance, section 7 provides a definition, methodology, and operational parameters for the Credential Attainment primary indicator of performance.
- Credential Attainment Decision Pathway
This tool helps to determine, based on how an individual is coded in the PIRL, whether they are included in the Credential Attainment Denominator and if so, whether they are a success in the Credential Attainment Numerator, include a version that uses PIRL element numbers and a version that uses PIRL element names.
- 2017 WIOA National Convening Performance Track Materials
These materials, presented at the 2017 WIOA National Convenings, contain a variety of resources that touch on Credential Attainment, including slide decks and practice scenarios.
- WIOA Performance FAQs
DOLETA answers to frequently asked questions relating to performance topics.
- WIOA Wednesday – WIOA Performance Accountability – Hot Topics!
Webinar that takes a deep dive into performance accountability questions relating to Credential Attainment and Measurable Skill Gains indicators.
- Webinar – WIOA Youth Performance Accountability
Webinar focused on WIOA Youth perspectives on the WIOA performance accountability requirements, including Credential Attainment.
- WIOA Quarterly Performance Report ETA-9173
QPR that includes calculations for Credential Attainment performance indicator, including disaggregation by service type.
- WIOA Annual Performance Report ETA-9169
APR that includes calculations for Credential Attainment performance indicator, including disaggregation by participant characteristics and employment barriers.
- Credential Attainment e-Learning Module
Explains Credentials and recognized equivalents, shows how the indicator is calculated, and provides examples to help understand if an individual attaining a specific credential should be included in the indicator. Self-directed contents include indicator definition and description, calculations, scenarios, and additional resources.