About the Louisiana Workforce Commission’s Incumbent Workforce Training Program (IWTP)

Introduction to IWTP

Louisiana Workforce Commission IWTP

The Louisiana Workforce Commission’s Incumbent Workforce Training Program (IWTP) is designed to enhance the skills of existing employees in Louisiana businesses. It aims to provide resources and support for employers to train and retain their workforce, ultimately contributing to the growth and competitiveness of Louisiana’s economy.

Benefits of IWTP

  • Improved employee skills and productivity
  • Increased employee retention
  • Customized training tailored to business needs
  • Reimbursement of training costs
  • Enhanced competitiveness in the marketplace

Eligibility Requirements

To participate in the IWTP, employers must meet certain eligibility criteria, including:

  • Being a registered business in Louisiana
  • Demonstrating a need for employee training to maintain or enhance competitiveness
  • Complying with relevant state and federal regulations
  • Agreeing to provide necessary documentation and reports as required by the program

Funding Allocation

Under IWTP, eligible companies can receive financial assistance for employee training. The program typically provides up to $3,000 per employee per year to cover training expenses. This funding can be used for various training activities, including workshops, courses, certifications, and on-the-job training.

Assistance with Grant Application

Global PM is a Primary Training Provider (Grant Writer) for IWTP and can assist companies in applying for this grant, free of charge. If you need help with the application process or have any questions regarding the IWTP grant, feel free to reach out to Global PM for expert assistance.

How IWTP Works

Employers in Louisiana can apply for IWTP funding to support training activities for their incumbent workforce. The program offers financial assistance for training expenses, including instructor fees, materials, and equipment. Employers collaborate with approved training providers to develop and implement training plans that address specific skill gaps and business needs.

Get Started with IWTP

If you’re a Louisiana employer interested in enhancing your workforce’s skills and accessing funding support, the IWTP can be a valuable resource. Contact the Louisiana Workforce Commission for more information and assistance with the application process.

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