Iowa Industrial New Jobs Training

The Industrial New Jobs Training Program provides businesses, which are expanding their Iowa workforce, with funding for new employee training. Administered by Iowa’s 15 community colleges, the program is financed through bonds sold by the colleges.

In addition to increasing worker productivity and company profitability, businesses participating in the Iowa Industrial New Jobs Training Program may also be eligible for reimbursement of some costs expended for on-the-job training, as well as a corporate tax credit if Iowa employment is increased by at least 10 percent. You many find out more about the program here: http://www.niacc.edu/pappajohn/business-development/financing-your-business/iowa-industrial-new-jobs-training-260e/

The state of Iowa provides numerous opportunities to receive training and start a career. Iowa has all of the key elements to provide a smart, productive workforce necessary to foster business growth. The combination of Midwest work ethic and leading education system result in one of the most productive workforces anywhere. You may find out more about Iowa’s workforce, and how you may contribute here: http://www.iowaeconomicdevelopment.com/WhyIowa/WhyIowaWorkforce

Here is a link that provides a description of the New Jobs Training: http://www.iowaeconomicdevelopment.com/workforcetraining/employeetraining

Below is the list of community colleges, which participate in the program, with links to their websites:

Community College
Iowa Central Community College
Iowa Valley Community College
Hawkeye Community College
Eastern Iowa Community College
Kirkwood Community College
Des Moines Area Community College
Western Iowa Tech Community College
Iowa Western Community College
Southwestern Community College
Indian Hills Community College
Southeastern Community College

Iowa Industrial New Jobs Training

The Industrial New Jobs Training Program provides businesses, which are expanding their Iowa workforce, with funding for new employee training. Administered by Iowa’s 15 community colleges, the program is financed through bonds sold by the colleges.

In addition to increasing worker productivity and company profitability, businesses participating in the Iowa Industrial New Jobs Training Program may also be eligible for reimbursement of some costs expended for on-the-job training, as well as a corporate tax credit if Iowa employment is increased by at least 10 percent. You many find out more about the program here: http://www.niacc.edu/pappajohn/business-development/financing-your-business/iowa-industrial-new-jobs-training-260e/

The state of Iowa provides numerous opportunities to receive training and start a career. Iowa has all of the key elements to provide a smart, productive workforce necessary to foster business growth. The combination of Midwest work ethic and leading education system result in one of the most productive workforces anywhere. You may find out more about Iowa’s workforce, and how you may contribute here: http://www.iowaeconomicdevelopment.com/WhyIowa/WhyIowaWorkforce

Here is a link that provides a description of the New Jobs Training: http://www.iowaeconomicdevelopment.com/workforcetraining/employeetraining

Below is the list of community colleges, which participate in the program, with links to their websites:

Community College
Iowa Central Community College
Iowa Valley Community College
Hawkeye Community College
Eastern Iowa Community College
Kirkwood Community College
Des Moines Area Community College
Western Iowa Tech Community College
Iowa Western Community College
Southwestern Community College
Indian Hills Community College
Southeastern Community College