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Our smart, customized workforce development programs can provide no-cost, turnkey solutions for new operations or existing ones looking for assistance with retraining incumbent workers for more highly skilled positions.

readySC™ custom training programs

If you’re creating new jobs with competitive wages and benefits, you can take advantage of readySC™’s customized recruitment, assessment, training development, management, and implementation services. Learn more.

Workforce Investment Act (WIA)

Provided by the SC Works Trident system, take advantage of services like:
  • Facilities and meeting spaces for training sessions, recruitment events, business seminars, conferences, career fairs, and employee testing
  • On-the-job and classroom training programs
  • WorkKeys skill assessment tests
  • Incumbent worker training (IWT) grants

Employee retraining funds

Employees retraining funds are a discretionary incentive administered by the Coordinating Council for Economic Development.

They are available to:

  • Manufacturing
  • Processing
  • Technology intensive companies
These funds are used to retrain existing production and technology employees so that the company may remain competitive or introduce new technologies. The training program must be approved and run by our local technical college and companies must match the retraining funds provided by the CCED. This program allows for reimbursement up to $500 per employee per year, not to exceed $2,000 per employee in a five-year period. Learn more.

*Photo provided by Trident Technical College.