arious state and federal agencies offer grants and incentives to businesses to help train workers, and northern Indiana employers may qualify for some of these dollars. The quickest way to find out whether you might qualify is to contact your WorkOne Business Services Representative to get a speedy referral to the appropriate contact.
INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF
Helps Hoosier Individuals,
Employers and Companies
The Indiana Department of Workforce Development (IDWD), working with local WorkOne Centers, administers Indiana’s employment and training programs, as well as the unemployment insurance system. The department counts among its services numerous grants and funding opportunities that may assist qualified employers with some of their training needs. Details are available by visiting IDWD.
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) is the state's leading economic growth agency. In addition, IEDC oversees grant and loan programs, tax incentives, and many other business- and community-assistance programs. For more information, go to IEDC.
Open to Employers
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Employment & Training Administration funds job training programs to boost the job prospects of adults, youth and dislocated workers. One-stop career centers — such as WorkOne of Northern Indiana — deliver these federal programs to local employers. The ETA offers the CareerOneStop web site with tools that allow employers to determine training needs, locate providers, and investigate funding opportunities. Your Business Services Representative can assist with these programs.
This page was last updated on: Friday, December 07, 2012