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California WIOA, Title II: AEFLA Employment and Earnings Follow Up Survey

Background: Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE)  requires all funded Adult Education programs to follow up twice on all students who exit their program: at 2 quarters (between 90 and 180 days) and 4 quarters (between 270 and 365 days) after exit. TOPSpro Enterprise will help identify the groups of students who are required to complete the Employment and Earnings Follow Up Survey quarterly. Students who have a Social Security Number on file are not required to be surveyed.

To complete the requirements your agency should:

  1. Prepare your data
  2. Save your exit population using the NRS Core Performance Wizard
  3. Send required surveys
  4. View and manage current quarter invitations
  5. Personally contact students who don’t respond

Details on how to complete the requirements can be found below.

Detailed Quarterly Schedule and Guidelines

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Employment and Earnings Schedule for 1st Qtr PY 20-21PDF1018.06 KB Download
Employment and Earnings Schedule for EOY Qtr PY 19-20PDF788.21 KB Download
Employment and Earnings Schedule for 3rd Qtr PY 19-20PDF496.65 KB Download

 

Additional Guidelines and Resources

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Follow Up Survey Presentation – August 2020PDF2.71 MB Download
Follow Up Survey Presentation – February 2020PDF3.18 MB Download
Follow Up Survey Presentation – February 2019PPTX3.26 MB Download
Survey QuestionsDOCX13.15 KB Download
Updated Guidelines for Sending Employment Surveys - November 2019PDF665.65 KB Download
Guide to Implement Follow Up SurveyPDF244.83 KB Download
How to Assign Survey Rights to Another UserPDF359.74 KB Download

 

Employment and Earnings Follow Up Letters to the Field

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WIOA II Employment and Earning Follow Up Survey Letter #1PDF199.33 KB Download
Employment and Earnings Follow Up Survey Letter #2PDF165.37 KB Download
Employment and Earnings Follow Up Survey Letter #3PDF102.33 KB Download

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