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The 2004 Florida Statutes

Title XXXI
LABOR
Chapter 445
WORKFORCE INNOVATION
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Section 445.0124, Florida Statutes 2004

445.0124  Eligible programs.--

(1)  A student must enroll in a program determined eligible by Workforce Florida, Inc.

(2)  Eligible lower-division programs are those programs that prepare a student for admission to a degree program that prepares students for employment in targeted career occupations listed in subsection (3). These programs include any associate in science degree program that articulates into a baccalaureate degree program by agreement of the Articulation Coordinating Committee.

(3)  Eligible upper-division programs are those programs that prepare students for employment in targeted career occupations in one of the following business sectors: information technology/telecommunications, biomedical technology, manufacturing-electronics, and aviation/transportation. Workforce Florida, Inc., must determine eligible programs within these sectors annually in cooperation with the 1Board of Regents.

(4)  Eligible career education programs are those programs in the following business sectors: information technology/telecommunications, biomedical technology, manufacturing-electronics, aviation/transportation, and skilled building trades. Workforce Florida, Inc., must determine eligible programs within these sectors annually in cooperation with the State Board of Education.

History.--s. 159, ch. 2000-165; s. 12, ch. 2004-41.

1Note.--Abolished by s. 3, ch. 2001-170.

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