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If you are interested in receiving funds to enroll in an approved training program through the Workforce WV Center, you will need to complete a four-week Hit the Ground Running class or enroll in the Online Hit the Ground Running Program, if you meet eligibility criteria. To find out if you are eligible, visit your local Workforce WV Center.

To be eligible to participate in the Online Hit the Ground Running Program, you will need to complete the following at your Workforce WV Center:

  1. An academic assessment and score a minimum of 8th grade level or above in math and reading,
  2. A computer readiness assessment to determine that you have basic computer skills and the ability to access and navigate the Internet, and
  3. A placement test to determine your entry level for Work Keys preparation.

In addition, you will need to have access to (1) a computer with Internet hook-up and (2) an email address.

If you meet the eligibility criteria, you will be given instructions on how to begin your enrollment. You will also be given study booklets to help you prepare for the Work Keys assessment that you will take at the conclusion of the program. As you progress through the online course, an instructor will communicate with you regularly via email. You will submit all of your activities to the instructor electronically. As you finish each of the modules, you will be required to attend your local Work4WV Center or Workforce Development Center to complete post tests for each module.

Are you ready? Let's begin with Workplace Skills. Sit back, relax and have a great online experience!

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This program was developed by the West Virginia State Department of Education, the West Virginia Workplace Education Program, and the Regional Education Service Agency (RESA) V.