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Delaware Unemployment Job Training

The task of the Division of Employment & Training (DET) is to offer services allowing job seekers to make informed employment and training choices leading to employment.

About the Division

The Division offers a wide variety of One-Stop integrated employment and training services that include the following:

  • Occupations Skills Training Programs
  • Reemployment Services
  • Employer Services
  • Job Seeker Services
  • User Friendly Resource Rooms
  • Veterans Services Assistance
  • Work Opportunity Tax Credit
  • Migrant & Seasonal Farm Worker Program
  • Foreign Labor Certification Program
  • Labor Market Information
  • Case Management
  • Workshops

The Delaware JobLink is a web based online network system and one of the job seeker services that provides access for job seekers, to a full range of workforce information.

The Delaware Joblink Job Seeker account provides the ability to:

  • Conduct a Job Search
  • Job Search using Job Spidering
  • Build an on-line Resume
  • Research Career Information
  • Register with Job Service
  • Receive emails on new job openings

Key Elements

The key elements of the Division’s integrated service delivery system include:

Core Services

Staff provides facilitated support to job seekers at the point of registration in our four One-Stop Career Center offices. Job seekers will complete information concerning work history, education, and needed services in order for staff members to determine the appropriate and eligible services to provide.

Intensive Services

Job seekers will meet one-on-one with a staff member for intensive services. This may include developing a individual employment plan, complete and special assessments to determine knowledge, skills, abilities and barriers to employment. Participation in workshops and help in the resource room will also be obtainable to job seekers.

Training Services

Training services are obtainable for job seekers who are eligible and in need of training to obtain and /or retain employment. Staff will work with the job seeker to develop an individual employment plan, in which training is an intricate part. This plan is build and agreed upon by the staff member and the job seeker. Training programs will vary based upon the individual need and is provided through the provision of the individual training account

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  1. I have a return date for work received a letter stating I needed to file for training never had to before where do I go.

    • Astrid,

      I am not sure what you mean. If you’re not totally unemployed, please call the Unemployment Office to ascertain eligibility.

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