We are committed to our customers.
While the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) created extremely favorable conditions for program innovation, it also required change, adapting certain operational structures in order to maintain quality service-delivery systems. KRA Corporation took full advantage of the 1-year lead time between enactment and implementation, studying WIOA, and collaborating with clients, partners, and other stakeholders to institute company-wide modifications in compliance with legislative requirements. The result, our integrated services model, guarantees operational effectiveness and efficiency through continuous strategic planning; program evaluation, adjustment, and management; CQI and quality-assurance controls; and innovations that provide performance-based systems focused on customer satisfaction.
We pursue collaboration, innovation, and excellence.
Committed to exceptional service-delivery standards, KRA invests in our teams to maximize program outcomes that achieve our customers’ goals and objectives. With WIOA’s focus on job-driven training, and based on area labor-market information, KRA engages our employers and industry representatives to support our jobseekers’ pursuit of career pathways that are linked to in-demand business sectors. For example, in regions with a shortage of Allied Health workers, our training programs prepare customers for industry-recognized certificates and credentials in allied healthcare occupations.
Complementing our comprehensive WIOA and TANF programs, KRA’s labor market research and consulting practice provides solutions for workforce programs–private, public, and, non-profit–to access, analyze, and utilize local and regional labor-market information vital to strategic decision-making and planning processes that maximize goal-attainment.