|FROM ||Ruben I Safir
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] Fwd: Reminder to eligible training providers regarding new website [Christine.Steenburgh@Labor.State.Ny.Us]
On 2003.04.24 12:27 "Steenburgh, Christine A" wrote:
To All Eligible Training Providers:
This is a reminder that effective Thursday, May 1, 2003, the
website www.wdsny.org/provider will no longer be available for searching the
list of eligible training providers (ETP). All providers who wish to retain
their ETP status must visit the new website www.workforcenewyork.org/etp and
activate their records. After April 30, records that have not been
activated will not be available to those searching the state list.
If you have already activated your records on the new website,
please disregard the remainder of this message.
Training providers who have not yet activated their records should
follow the steps listed below and complete the process by April 30, 2003:
The activation process simply requires reviewing all entries on your
location, contact and offering records and entering (or correcting) any
information which may not have converted from the old database. In
addition, you should take this opportunity to update any information on
your records, such as phone numbers, contact person names and addresses.
You will also be required to establish a "user name" and "password." Note
that the new ETP system no longer uses your FEIN as a password.
The following provides instructions on how to activate your records.
It will be helpful to print this email and use it as a reference.
Go to the New York State Workforce Eligible Training Provider (ETP)
home page, www.workforcenewyork.org/etp.
Select the "PROVIDERS ENTER HERE" link, located in the upper right
corner of the home page. This will bring up the PROVIDERS LOGIN page.
Select the "Activate Existing Provider Records" link under the
EXISTING PROVIDERS tab. This will bring up the ACTIVATE EXISTING PROVIDER
Enter your Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) in the
"Identification Number" box, and then select the "Look-up Existing Provider
Records" button (note, your FEIN is the same as your password on the old
site). This will bring up a listing of your existing locations.
Select the "Activate and Manage This Location" link (located in the
gold bar at the bottom of each location listing) to begin the location
activation process. This will bring up a location information form, which
must be completed at this time. Note, the form should only take a few
minutes to complete (some of the fields have been pre-filled with
information from the old database, and some of the fields are blank). The
form asks for:
* Location information;
* Contact information for the location;
* User name and Password for the location (note, a location contact
who manages more than one location, may use the same password for each
location but must specify a unique user name for each location); and
* Provider assurances.
Complete the location information form, and select the "SUBMIT
LOCATION INFORMATION" button at the bottom of the page. This will bring up
a page stating "Activation of Provider Location was Successful." The system
will also send an email to the location contact, containing the user name
Select the "Click here to Login" button, and the system will return
you to the PROVIDERS LOGIN page.
Enter your User name and Password under the Providers Login tab, and
select the Login to System button. This will bring up the PROVIDER
MANAGEMENT MAIN page.
Select the red or yellow text indicating Offerings to be Activated
(on the PROVIDER MANAGEMENT MAIN page) to obtain a listing of the Offerings
to be Activated. The words "Activate" and "Delete" appear next to each
offering on the list.
Click on the word "Activate" to activate an offering. This brings
up the Offering Information Form. Be sure to review and complete the form,
and be sure to select an offering contact person before submitting the
Please contact Clare Reynolds or myself, should you encounter any
difficulties with the activation process (518) 457-1321, or have questions
regarding the new website. Thank you for your consideration on this matter.
NYS Department of Labor
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