Bringing on new employees always includes training, from the specific job to company culture, but don’t forget about your current employees as well. It is far easier and less costly to keep a good employee happy and well trained than to replace them and start over. Let us help you train your new and existing employees. In partnership with the Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD) and the Alameda County Workforce Investment Board (ACWDB) , we have a multitude of training opportunities for employers. They include:
On-the-job training (OJT) provides employers with an incentive to gain skilled pre-screened employees. OJT candidates are qualified workers who only require some additional on-site training in order to learn the full range of their job duties. Employers who hire and train individuals under an OJT may be reimbursed up to $3600 or 50% of the new employees’ salaries during the training period agreed upon.
Customized training offers an employer the opportunity to train current employees rather than laying them off. Our partners at the CLPCCD will find industry professional experts for you and work with you to develop a program specific to your needs. It could be a new piece of machinery or specific skills needed as you upgrade your business. Whatever your needs, we can work with you to develop a training program just for you.
For more information, please contact Lucia Teixeira-Magalhaes by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone, (925) 249-9377. Or visit their website at tdsolutions.org.
OSHA Training Center
The OSHA Training Center at Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD) is authorized by the U.S. Department of Labor to deliver occupational safety and health training to public and private sector workers, supervisors, and employers on behalf of OSHA. Courses offered include OSHA standards and Outreach Training Program trainer and update courses. Additional course offerings include topics such as Hazardous Materials, Machine Guarding, Ergonomics, Confined Space, Electrical Standards, and Fall Protection. Participants also receive Continuing Education Units which can be applied to many safety professional designations including ABIH and BCSP credentials.