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Workforce Training

If your organization is facing a workforce skill shortage, then you may be interested in learning more about our grant-funded skills training options:

Frederick BusinessWORKS

 

Do your employees need training?  Does your company have limited funds available for professional development?   
 
Offered by Frederick County Workforce Services, the Frederick BusinessWORKS program can help your business to grow and compete in a rapidly changing market.   Providing high quality training is one of the best ways to solve critical workforce skill shortages, develop promotional opportunities for your high performers, and ensure that your business remains on the cutting edge.  
 
With funding provided through the American Job Center Network, Frederick County Workforce Services may be able to reimburse your company for a portion of the cost of tuition and training materials. Up to *50% back in your pocket.  Do you think that is something your company could benefit from? Click the button below to learn more and submit an application.  To speak to a representative directly, please call 301-600-2255 or email einman@frederickcountymd.gov.
 
Note: Funding is based on availability. Applications are considered on a case-by-case basis and must meet criteria.

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Targeted Industry Training

Are you anticipating growth within your company (or industry) that will require you to fill multiple skilled positions? Using grant funds, we can support class-sized training for in-demand industries and occupations. Through collaboration with our educational partners and employers, we can develop a tailored class to address specific skill needs and train a pipeline of prospective employees.

An example of targeted industry training is a 5 week, customized and intensive welding program that offers trainees welding certification, workplace skills building, and employment opportunity upon successful completion of the program. For our training candidates, we incorporate prescreening and assessment, thus ensuring the most successful outcomes.

On-the-Job Training

We also have grant funding available to support individual hires in experience-based and/or classroom-based, on-the-job training (OJT) through a short-term wage subsidy. This option allows you to train prospective employees to meet the specific skill requirements of your organization – and save money in the process. Learn  more.

Contact our Business Services Team for more information: 301.600.2255 or businessinfo@frederickcountymd.gov.