An employer may qualify for annual funding to help pay for short-term training if training is required as a condition of accepting a job offer. At a minimum, all trainees must be registered and enrolled with prior to their start date.
An educated workforce is the key to a strong economy. Therefore having a workforce that’s dedicated, skilled and well prepared to bring innovation and productivity to the job is essential. The OCIC provides employers with job training assistance through regional and state partnerships and federal programs, designed to keep your workforce ahead of the curve.
The Workforce Innovation and Opporunity Act of 2014 (WIOA) contributes to economic growth and business expansion by ensuring the workforce system is job-driven, which supports developing skilled workers and matching them to employers. Our Workforce Services team will help you complete the necessary paperwork so you can focus on making an investment in your workforce.
JOBSOHIO WORKFORCE GRANT
The JobsOhio Workforce Grant was created to promote economic development, business expansion, and job creation by providing funding for the improvement of worker skills and abilities in the State of Ohio. Grant decisions are based on a number of project factors, including but not limited to job creation, additional payroll, fixed-asset investment commitment, project return on investment, and project location.