California Unemployment Insurance Code Section 1271
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1271. (a) Any unemployed individual receiving unemployment
compensation benefits payable under this division, who applies for a
determination of potential eligibility for benefits under this
article no later than the 16th week of his or her receiving these
benefits, and is determined eligible for benefits under this article,
is entitled to a training extension on his or her unemployment
compensation claim, if necessary, to complete approved training.
(b) The training extension shall provide the claimant with a
maximum of 52 times the weekly benefit amount, which shall include
the maximum benefit award on the parent unemployment compensation
(c) The parent unemployment compensation claim shall be the
unemployment compensation claim in existence at the time the claimant
is determined eligible for benefits pursuant to subdivision (a).
(d) Benefits payable under this section are subject to the
(1) The individual shall remain eligible for benefits under this
article for all weeks potentially payable under this section.
(2) The individual shall file any unemployment compensation claim
to which he or she becomes entitled under state or federal law, and
shall draw any unemployment compensation benefits on that claim until
it has expired or has been exhausted, in order to maintain his or
her eligibility under this article.
(3) To the extent permitted by federal law, benefits payable under
any federal unemployment compensation law shall be included as
benefits payable under this section.
Last modified: February 22, 2013