CPTC Corporate Training provides employers with a practical and cost-efficient solution for high-quality customized employee group training. The curriculum, schedule and location are tailored to the request of an employer, then developed and delivered by professionals with relevant business and industry experience. For more information about CPTC Corporate Training, please contact us at CommunityEd@CoastalPines.Edu
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Formerly known as the Georgia Work Ready Certificate, the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC®) is accepted by more than 10,000 employers nationwide as a reliable way to verify individuals' work skills.Now more than ever, American businesses need a strong, skilled workforce to overcome today’s challenges. When you ask for the National Career Readiness Certificate, issued by ACT, at your business you’ll find only the most skilled employees. The Certificate is the work-related skills credential, providing objective documentation of employees’ skills that can be accepted nationwide. It is composed of three WorkKeys® assessments that measure skills critical to on-the-job success: Applied Math, Workplace Documents and Graphic Literacy. The Certificate is a proven, successful program because it is based on the WorkKeys system that employers have used for nearly 20 years to document real results, including decreased turnover and training time. Along with other education and background information, The Certificate serves as a valuable tool in making employment and training decisions.
Incumbent Worker Training
- Incumbent Worker Training (IWT) is part of the federal Workforce Investment and Opportunities Act (WIOA). IWT offers qualifying employers funding assistance to provide skills training or upgrading to full-time, permanent employees. Employers receive this funding assistance to help them meet the demands of the rapidly changing economy. Employees receive the training necessary to upgrade present work skills, heighten job security, provide marketable skills and increase the possibilities for higher wages and promotional opportunities. For employees to qualify, they must at least be full-time for a minimum of six months.
Companies may be reimbursed for 50-90% of the cost of training!
50 of fewer employees = 90%
51 to 99 employees = 75%
100 or more employees = 50%
For more information about IWT, please contact your WorkSource region:
Appling, Jeff Davis and Wayne (WorkSource HOG): 912-739-7158
Bacon, Brantley, Clinch, Charlton, Pierce and Ware (WorkSource Southern): 912-285-6097
Camden, Glynn and McIntosh (WorkSource Coastal): 912-351-6379