Workforce Programs

Iowa New Jobs Training Program

The Iowa New Jobs Training Program provides customized classroom instruction, on-the-job training and other training activities for employees in newly created jobs. The program includes:

  • Screening, skills assessment and testing
  • Travel for new employees to training anywhere in the world
  • On-the-job training reimbursement of 50 percent of the new employees’ wages and fringe benefits during the training period
  • In-plant instruction by company instructors
  • Costs of training facilities, equipment, materials and supplies
  • The amount per employee varies depending on the wage to be paid. Traditionally, the amount is approximately $2,000 - $2,500 per job.

Category: Iowa State Incentives, Training, Workforce

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