Trade Adjustment Act Division

If your company is hurt by foreign trade, we work on behalf of the U.S. Department of Labor to help your workers get the skills, credentials, resources, and support necessary to get a new job. Our free services include job training, income support, and job search and relocation allowances.

If you believe foreign competition may have caused you to lose your job but you have never been enrolled in Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program training, you may be entitled to fully paid training and other benefits. 

Contact the Connecticut Department of Labor, TAA Unit at (860) 263-6070 or email: for more information.

TAA Program Details

TAA program information 

Explore the program's benefits and services.

TAA Under 2021 Reversion 

View this information if your petition is numbered 98,000 or higher.

Applying for benefits 

Learn how workers apply for TAA support.

TAA-related forms 

Access forms and resources for employers, workers, and case managers.

Work-based training 

See information about apprenticeships and on-the-job training.

Information for training providers 

View guidelines and criteria for providing training to TAA enrollees.

Agent State Requests 

Download the interstate training plan checklist.

COBRA Second Election Period 

Learn more about eligibility. 

Changes to the Trade Act of 1974 

Here's what you should know. 

TAA Program Benefits Overview Materials

Workers found eligible for TAA are required to read and view the following materials as instructed in your eligibility letter received by mail.

In particular, the Worker Eligibility Packet (listed below) contains several forms. If you are already a TAA-eligible worker, you can complete these forms and return them to your assigned TAA counselor.


Note that TAA-eligible workers must register on CTHires to receive Trade Act Services.

Contact Information and Location

38 Wolcott Road map of location for CONN-OSHA.


Phone Number: (860) 263-6070
Fax: (860) 263-6631


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Federal TAA Information

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Hours of all Divisions: M-F (8AM - 4:30PM)

Closed on Saturday and Sundays