Training Hours

The following table provides the minimum number of training hours each trainee must complete, and the maximum allowed for each trainee. The minimum number is required for payment to be earned on that trainee.

Training Hours - Minimum and Maximum

Contract TypeProgram/Pilot*Minimum
Training Hours
Maximum
Training Hours
Single EmployerARFVTP (AB118)
Drought "RESPOND" Program
Retrainee Only
Retrainee - Job Creation
Seasonal Worker Program
Veterans Program
8200
Small Business860
CNA to LVN8750
At-Risk Youth Program
Ex-Offender Program
8260
Multiple Employer (MEC)Apprenticeship Program
ARFVTP (AB118)
Retrainee Only
Seasonal Worker Program
Small Business Program**
Veterans Program
RESPOND Program
8200
Entrepreneurial860
CNA to LVNl8750
New Hire
At-Risk Youth Program
Ex-Offender Program
Welfare to work Program
8260

*Click here to see details on Programs and Pilots

**Small Business Program in a MEC – The training hours cap increased on Small Business participating in a MEC contract from 50 hours to 200 hours per trainee without a justification.

         

Training Opportunities

The Panel funds job-related vocational skills training for businesses creating new jobs or retraining current workers. The plan for achieving training goals is outlined in a Curriculum identifying the following:

  • Type of training
  • Training topics/courses/modules
  • Delivery method (classroom/laboratory, videoconference, or computer-based training)
  • Number of training hours

Please review the sample curriculum as an example.