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Employee Training Grants

February 9, 2013

Now more than ever, people need to keep their skill sets sharp to succeed in the competitive job market. No matter what the job role or the number of years of experience an employee has, many employers are looking for people with recent training in specific job skills.

 

States are now providing their residents with employment training grants with incentives for employers. This is good news for employers looking for new hires, as well as smart jobseekers who are interested in being trained on new skills. Employers get some money back from the state for recruiting a certain number of new hires who complete employment training. New employees get a chance to learn something new and relevant that will help them perform their new job tasks. Job training programs not only strengthen employee performance, they boost local economies by giving businesses a reason to stay businesses in the state.

 

Many states are now realizing they need to keep educated employees with current skills in the state or risk them fleeing to jobs elsewhere. Arkansas started its Existing Workforce Training Program to help workers improve skills in certain industries. These industries include scientific, manufacturing, building/construction and computer technology. The state targeted these industries because they offer the most job growth and need the most help. The grants apply to full-time workers, which helps decrease the state’s unemployment rolls.

Grants don’t ignore the needs of the unemployed. Many state training grants help unemployed people with their job search skills so that they become great employees once hired. The Kansas Industrial Training Program is one example of a grant that supports unemployed people by helping them learn job skills, which will make them more attractive to employers. It also helps companies pay for instructors, books and other supplies so that new hires are trained well.

 

Employee training grants do not go to individuals, but these grants for employment are helpful to individual employees and businesses because there are significant benefits for both of them. If you’re a business owner struggling to find qualified hires, learning how to apply for these employee training grants can make a big impact on your company’s future growth and success. There is no better way to invest in your company than to get comprehensive grant training from the experienced USGG grant writing and consulting team. Contact us today to learn more about employment training grants and grant writing.

 

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