Ensuring effective implementation of programs and processes to support MSFWs and their employers is an important role of the National Farmworker Jobs Program (NFJP) grantees and State Monitor Advocates (SMAs). Take a look at these content-rich training materials designed to provide the most critical information to MSFW program practitioners in easy-to-follow formats offering key examples, scenarios, and strategies to drive success.
Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers 101 Training Modules
This training includes the following tutorials:
- Agricultural Outreach Workers Training Module
- State Monitor Advocate Responsibilities Computer-Based Training Module
- Front-Line Staff Training on the Job Service Complaint Process
The Job Order Process: State Workforce Agency Responsibilities
This webinar provides a brief description of the Job Order Process that brings agricultural employers and farmworkers together. Emphasis is placed on those job orders that are attached to H2-A applications. Also discussed is how to protect MSFW employment rights.
Workforce System 101 Training Modules
Job Clubs as a Networking Tool Presentation
This presentation focuses on the use of Job Clubs to help customers build their personal networks and develop relationships for job prospects.
Oregon Human Development Corporation (OHDC)'s On-the-Job Training Presentation
This presentation focuses on the job development practice of transitioning customers from work experiences, to on-the-job training, and eventually into unsubsidized employment.
New Tutorial for NFJP Housing Grantees
This tutorial provides an introduction to reporting for the National Farmworker Jobs Program Housing Grantees.
Protections for the Rights of Farmworkers: US DOL's OSHA and Wage and Hour Division
This presentation provides an opportunity for the Office of Safety and Health Administration and Wage and Hour Division to share valuable resources on health, safety, and employment standards.