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Electrical Safety Training State Funding

State Funding for Electrical Safety Training

Here's a comprehensive list of state funding resources for electrical safety training and more. Funding may include grants, reimbursements, government programs, or private partnerships. We hope this information assists you with funding your electrical safety training.


The Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) training program is specifically designed for businesses to apply for skill-training upgrades for existing employees. Individuals requesting training assistance should contact their local Career Centers for guidance.


Alaska's Workforce Development Enterprise works with businesses and industry, training providers, training participants, and members of the public interested in job creation, job training, and job or career advancement. Use this list of contacts in your area to find out more information.


The Arizona Job Training Program, is a job-specific reimbursable grant program that supports the design and delivery of customized training plans for employers creating new jobs or increasing the skill and wage levels of current employees.


The Arkansas Incumbent Worker Training Program supports training projects that will benefit business and industry by assisting in the skill development of incumbent workers, thereby increasing employee opportunities, and company growth and productivity.


A trained workforce can dramatically improve bottom line performance of any organization. The Delaware Workforce Investment Board (DWIB) is a private/public partnership committed to improving the employability of individuals to meet the current and future needs of Delaware employers.


The office of Workforce Services (WFS) can help assist you with grants and state funding for your company.


The Georgia Department of Labor provides a great resource list of state programs for employers to utilize based on the Worker Investment Act.


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The Workforce Investment Act in Idaho helps assist businesses statewide with funding and reimbursments for company training. Locate a local representative for assistance.


The Employer Training Investment Program (ETIP) helps keep Illinois workers' skills in pace with new technologies and business practices, which, in turn, helps businesses increase productivity, reduce costs, improve quality and boost competitiveness.


The Indiana Department of Workforce Development provides a listing of regional agents to help with statewide grants and reimbursements to promote employee skill growth and retention. Contact your local representatives for more details.


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The Incumbent Worker Training Program offers funding for eligible companies who need assistance with employee training. Contact a local representative for details.


The Workforce Investment Act creates a training "marketplace" where participants are given decision making power. Learn more about this training program.


Maryland's Workforce Investment Act provide workforce development services, through statewide and local workforce investment systems, that increase the employment, retention, and earnings of participants, and increase occupational skill attainment by participants. On this site you will find regional contact information for your local agent.


The Massachusetts Department of Workforce Development is the state funded program designed to offer Employers grants and tax incentives to train their employees.


The Michigan Economic Development Corporation offers one-stop business assistance, they strive to work with consultants, utilities, associations and local economic development agencies to best match businesses' needs.


Missouri Enterprise provides a broad range of hands-on business, technical and manufacturing optimization services, delivered by an experienced, "been there, done that," stand and a comprehensive network of public and private partners.


Southcentral Mississippi Works is a consortium of seventeen Mississippi counties dedicated to improving the skill levels of area residents and, thus, improving their employment opportunities while ensuring that area employers have access to a skilled and productive labor force.


The official Nebraska website provides valuable information to businesses for reimbursement training or grants that can help assist with training costs.

New Jersey

NJIT Continuing Professional Educations works with New Jersey-based organizations to help obtain training grants from the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development.

New York

Empire State Development's main priority is to create a climate that assists all businesses in New York State, including start-up companies, companies looking to grow or expand, and those looking to relocate to New York. ESD works with businesses on an individual basis and through partner organizations to tailor numerous programs and services to meet businesses evolving needs.

North Carolina

North Carolina provides a variety of services to develop the state's workforce into a valuable resource for organizations of every kind.


The Ohio Investment inTraining Program (OITP) (f.k.a. Ohio Industrial Training Program) provides financial assistance and resources for customized training involving employees of new and expanding Ohio manufacturing businesses and will consider other industries creating a large number of new jobs.


The Workforce Integrated Programs Division (WIPD) administers programs and services under the Workforce Investment Act (WIA). Our mission is to provide a smooth transition to self-sufficiency and economic stability for all Oklahoma citizens.


WorkSource Oregon is a statewide network is trying to stimulate job growth by connecting businesses and workers with the resources they need to succeed.


The Pennsylvannia Workforce Development has a variety of grants your company can take advantage of, start using them now!

South Carolina

South Carolina Virtual Onestop is an online assistance center designed for employers to take advantage of state funded services.

South Dakota

The South Dakota Department of Labor website outlines all programs and incentives for Employers to utilize.


The Tennessee Incumbent Worker Training Program provides grant funding for customized training for existing for profit businesses and health care related non-profit businesses.


The Texas Workforce website provides valuable information for employers who have a need for company training.

West Virginia

West Virginia Workforce is designed to help businesses obtain adequate training to improve company needs.


The mission of the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is to strengthening Wisconsin's workforce in the 21st century and beyond.


The Department of Workforce Services is focused on delivering comprehensive and effective services that build a workforce to meet the changing demands of Wyoming's diverse businesses, citizens and economy.

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