Learn how to apply for a grant and how to submit your invoice for reimbursement.
Learn more about applying for a grant and getting reimbursed
Manufacturers, primary hospitals, and technology businesses are eligible for essential skills training grants including business operations, basic computer training, communications skills, manufacturing fundamentals, quality assurance, and workplace health and safety up to $450 per eligible employee.
Learn more about Essential Skills Training
Manufacturers and others are eligible for advanced technology skills training grants including computer programming, network administration, and advanced machine operations training up to $850 per eligible employee.
Learn more about Advanced Technology Training
Created by the Department of Community
and Economic Development—DCED—and made available through the Workforce
and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania—WEDnetPA—this program
provides qualified employers training for new and existing employees. This
training reimbursement program allows companies to stay competitive while
keeping employee skills current and relevant.
To obtain job training funding through WEDnetPA, your company must meet certain qualifications.
Learn more about eligibility requirements
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