2005 California Unemployment Insurance Code Sections 15070-15073 CHAPTER 7. COORDINATION OF SERVICES AND RESOURCES
15070. The Legislature recognizes that available funding for a program of job preparation and training services to economically disadvantaged persons is severely limited, that other programs providing employment-related training, educational, support, and placement services offer additional essential resources to such persons, and that only with the proper coordination of these additional resources with the program of services established under this division, will it be possible to avoid costly duplication and achieve the objectives and purposes of this division. Therefore, it is the intent of the Legislature that the State Department of Education, State Department of Social Services, the Department of Rehabilitation, the Chancellor's office of the Community Colleges, and the employment services components of the Employment Development Department offer their full cooperation and assistance to assure that vocational education programs, and employment services and supportive social services, including child care services, are, to the maximum extent possible, available to support job preparation and training services plans operating pursuant to this division. 15071. To assure compliance with legislative intent regarding the content and availability of vocational education programs provided by community colleges, school districts, and regional occupational centers and programs, each local private industry council shall for programs provided in the service delivery area, review and comment on the vocational education courses or programs subject to review pursuant to Sections 52302.3, 52520, and 78016 of the Education Code. The council shall conduct its review prior to the review of the appropriate governing body as required by Section 52302.3 of the Education Code and the council shall notify the governing body of its determinations. 15072. To assure compliance with legislative intent regarding the content and availability of employment services provided by the Employment Development Department, the local elected official or officials and the private industry council shall, pursuant to the federal Wagner-Peyser Act, as amended, develop jointly with local offices of the department operating within the service delivery area the employment services and training plans prepared pursuant to Division 3 (commencing with Section 9000). 15073. To assure compliance with legislative intent regarding the availability of subsidized child care services provided through programs administered by the Superintendent of Public Instruction, each local private industry council shall submit information to the Superintendent of Public Instruction pursuant to Section 8285.5 of the Education Code. The council's comments shall describe the unmet child care needs of participants eligible for services under this division.
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