Approved activities for consumers not participating in WorkFirst.
This section applies to applicants and consumers of WCCC who do not participate in WorkFirst activities:
(1) General requirements for employment, self-employment, or Basic Food employment and training (BF E&T) program. He or she may be eligible for WCCC benefits for up to a maximum of sixteen hours per day, including travel, study, and sleep time before or after a night shift, when he or she is:
(c) Participating in the BF E&T program under chapter 388-444
(2) Special requirements for education.
(a) An applicant or consumer who is under twenty-two years of age may be eligible for WCCC benefits for high school (HS) or general educational development (GED) program without a minimum number of employment hours.
(b) An applicant or consumer who is twenty-two years of age or older:
(i) May be eligible to receive the benefits under this subsection only once during his or her lifetime. In order to qualify for the general education and training benefits under this subsection, he or she must work either:
(A) Twenty or more hours per week of unsubsidized employment; or
(B) Sixteen or more hours per week in a paid federal or state work study program;
(ii) Is limited to up to twenty-four consecutive months of WCCC benefits for participation in:
(A) Adult basic education (ABE);
(B) English as a second language (ESL); or
(C) High school/general educational development (GED) completion; and
(iii) Is limited to up to thirty-six consecutive months of WCCC benefits for participation in vocational education (Voc Ed). The vocational education program must lead to a degree or certificate in a specific occupation and be offered by the following accredited entities only:
(A) Public and private technical college or school;
(B) Community college; or
(C) Tribal college.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 43.215
RCW. WSR 12-21-008, § 170-290-0045, filed 10/5/12, effective 11/5/12. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.215.070
and chapter 43.215
RCW. WSR 12-11-025, § 170-290-0045, filed 5/8/12, effective 6/8/12. Statutory Authority: Chapter 43.215
RCW, RCW 43.215.060
, 2011 1st sp.s. c 42, 2011 1st sp.s. c 50, and 2006 c 265 § 501. WSR 11-18-001, § 170-290-0045, filed 8/24/11, effective 9/24/11. Statutory Authority: RCW 43.215.060
, 2006 c 265, and chapter 43.215
RCW. WSR 09-22-043, § 170-290-0045, filed 10/28/09, effective 12/1/09. WSR 08-08-047, recodified as § 170-290-0045, filed 3/27/08, effective 3/27/08. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.12.340
. WSR 06-12-094, § 388-290-0045, filed 6/6/06, effective 7/7/06. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.04.050
, and 2003 1st sp.s. c 25. WSR 04-08-021 and 04-08-134, § 388-290-0045, filed 3/29/04 and 4/7/04, effective 5/28/04. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.04.050
. WSR 02-12-069, § 388-290-0045, filed 5/31/02, effective 7/1/02. Statutory Authority: RCW 74.04.050
and C.F.R. Parts 98 and 99 (Child Care Development Fund Rules). WSR 02-01-135, § 388-290-0045, filed 12/19/01, effective 1/19/02.]