Instructor: Mike Corcoran, MWTF
|Jun 10, 2016||8:30am - 10:00am||G009.160610AUB||Auburn, MA||REGISTER NOW|
|Aug 26, 2016||1:00pm - 2:30pm||G009.160826A||Agawam, MA||REGISTER NOW|
|Oct 21, 2016||8:30am - 10:00am||G009.161021AUB||Auburn, MA||REGISTER NOW|
|Nov 11, 2016||1:00pm - 2:30pm||G009.161111A||Agawam, MA||REGISTER NOW|
|Nov 11, 2016||8:30am - 10:00am||G009.161111AUB||Auburn, MA||REGISTER NOW|
The Massachusetts Workforce Training Fund is a state fund financed by MA employers through their unemployment contributions. Since 1999, the fund has been providing companies with monetary resources to train current and newly hired employees. If you need help funding your training initiatives and would like to learn more about how to obtain these funds, attend one of EANE's FREE informational briefings.
ATTENTION - Companies with less than 100 employees. You can apply for any of EANE's Management and Staff programs, including the Principles of Leadership Series. The Express Fund will reimburse half of the fee for approved courses, but cannot exceed $30,000 in total grant funds. Express applications are located at www.mass.gov/wtfp to apply online or to download an application.
The briefing will provide an introduction to the Workforce Training Fund, including:
General Fund - Grants for customized training up to $250,000
Technical Assistance Grant - Grants up to $25,000 to conduct a Training Needs Assessment within your organization
Express Fund - Up to $30,000 for 'off-the-shelf' trainings for employers with 100 or fewer employees
The Employers Association of the NorthEast is helping organizations throughout our service area with the FUNDING and DELIVERY of their workforce training programs under State and Federal Workforce Training Grant programs.
• Provide a free training needs analysis
• Identify available funding programs
• Assist with the grant writing
• Manage the funding process from beginning to end
• Develop strategies for long-term training needs
• Deliver customized training that provides ROI
EANE can help ...