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(a) In order to help facilitate the restoration of an ex-offender's responsibility and self-sufficiency, the Division of Labor shall work in conjunction with other appropriate state agencies, the private sector, and labor organizations to promulgate rules for implementing placement and training programs for ex-offenders.
(b) Training and placement programs shall be intensive and focus on in-demand vocations and professions, including without limitation:
(1) Professional careers and vocations;
(2) Service careers and vocations;
(3) Information and computer technology;
(4) Medical technology; and
(5) Office administration.
(c) A training program created and administered under this section shall incorporate a “Certificate of Completion” to be awarded to any person who completes a training program under this section, which shall signify that the person is competent to enter the workforce as an employee satisfactorily trained in a particular vocation or profession or as an employee prepared for on-the-job training.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Code Title 11. Labor and Industrial Relations § 11-2-123. Employment training and placement programs for ex-offenders - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-11-labor-and-industrial-relations/ar-code-sect-11-2-123/
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