WorkSource provides the resources you need to

PROPEL YOUR WORKFORCE TO THE NEXT LEVEL

On-the-job Training

We provide funds for salary reimbursement – at 50% or greater – per participant for six months to train those who are unemployed, underemployed, or dislocated.

Job Placement for New Workers

We identify and screen potential new hires. You make the hiring decisions.

Registered Apprenticeship Training

We can provide funds and support for your apprenticeship programs.

Incumbent Training

Sometimes an existing workforce needs an upgrade. Or an employee needs new training or a certification. We can provide reimbursement for training materials and supplies, tuition and registration—even instructors’ wages.

Workplace Fundamentals

People new to your workforce may need help with the basics. We get them up to speed and ready for the workplace.

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Qualified workers. Training. And the money to make it happen.

It's Real. It’s WORKSOURCE.

The process of identifying, hiring, and training candidates can seem daunting. We’ll be with you throughout the whole process, providing guidance and assistance to implement the program at your company.

FAQs

What is an “incumbent worker”?

A full-time, paid employee who has been employed at least six months, is at least 18 years old, and is a U.S. citizen or whose status permits employment in the U.S.

Where may the training take place?

At the employer’s own facility, a public or private training facility, a Career Resource Center, or a combination that best meets your needs.

What training costs can be reimbursed under Incumbent Worker Training (IWT)?

Instructors' fees, trainee tuition, textbooks, manuals and expendable training supplies and materials, and off-site training space.

What are the benefits of utilizing on-the-job training (OJT)?

A pool of pre-screened applicants, reimbursement for wages during training (50-75%), and OJT staff assistance through all phases of the program.

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