Could your company use free money to train employees? Massachusetts employers can receive up to $250,000 in grant funds through the Commonwealth’s Workforce Training Fund.
Learn more by attending a virtual information session, hosted by Corporate Training
Solutions at North Shore Community College, on Thursday, September 10, 2020,
9 - 10:30 a.m. Register here.
The Commonwealth’s Workforce Training Fund is a state fund enacted into law in July 1998 and financed entirely by Massachusetts employers. Its purpose is to provide resources to Massachusetts businesses and workers to train current and newly hired employees.
Business Eligibility Requirements:
- Train employees in new technologies and production methods to remain competitive
- Improve employee English skills
- Upgrade supervisor and manager skills
- Improve analytical skills to support productivity
- Improve sales techniques
And more . . .
The featured speaker is Kristen O'Neil Rayne, Outreach Manager for the Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund program.
To be eligible to apply for a workforce training fund grant, a company must pay into unemployment insurance. Companies that are self-insured are not eligible for this program.
For more information on Workforce Training Fund Info Sessions and Workshops, contact Helene VanDernoot at firstname.lastname@example.org.