Incumbent Working Training Grant Program Open

The Governor’s Workforce Board (GWB) Incumbent Worker Training Program has reopened as of September 27, 2018. The application is now accessible at the GWB website.

Please review the summary of changes that have been made to the program here. Revised Program Guidelines for the IWTG program are available here.

Importantly, employers wishing to utilize the Incumbent Worker Training Grant program must first register as a state supplier by visiting the state supplier website linked here. If you have participated in the Incumbent Worker Training Grant program within the last 5 years, you are likely already registered as a state supplier.

As always, the IWTG program can only reimburse for costs incurred during the contract period. Review the program guidelines for more information.

Please don’t hesitate to contact the GWB if you have any questions.

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