A contract between Career Solutions and the business that documents the training they will provide for a new employee. Hands-on training designed to address the gap between the new employee’s existing skills and the job skill requirements. Training reimbursement funded through state and federal employment and training programs
Work Experience is a short-term, structured employment experience (up to 28 hours/ week) that takes place at a private, public, or nonprofit business.
The purpose of a Work Experience is to enable individuals between the ages of 18-24 with a limited work history or industry experience the opportunity to gain meaningful work skills that lead to gainful employment.
The Incumbent Worker Training Program is designed to provide direct financial assistance to train current employees to avert a layoff and/or improve the economic competitiveness of local business.
The program provides reimbursement to eligible businesses for specific training costs accrued during the course of training. The purpose is to improve the skills of businesses’ workforce and to improve the company’s business process and competitiveness.
Registered Apprenticeship is an employer–driven model that combines on-the-job learning with related classroom instruction that increases an apprentice’s skill level and wages. It is a proven solution for businesses to recruit, train, and retain highly skilled workers.