Louisiana Workforce Commission Incumbent Worker Training Program
- Jane Brandon, Chief Operating Officer for The Wellspring Alliance for Families
Eligibility criteria for the Customized program include: the employer must be a Louisiana-based business with at least three years of paying Unemployment Insurance tax and the employer must have at least 15 employees to train. LANTEC’ s role is collecting required submission documents and guiding you through every step of the grant application process. We work with businesses to develop a customized training plan, write and submit the grant application with proven suggestions to ensure your grant is competitive, and then administer the grant once it’s approved. LANTEC has a high success rate and has administrated over 150 approved customized grants since we became a primary training provider for the program in 2008.
Meet our in-house IWTP experts that work closely with our Account Executives to best position your company to receive an award of funding.
Small Business Employee Training
If you have 50 or less employees, then the IWTP Small Business Employee Training Program (SBET) is just right for you! This program is designed
to benefit small Louisiana businesses by developing and upgrading their skills through standardized training. Through the SBET grant, training
is reimbursable for up to $3,000 per employee per fiscal year (July 1 –June 30). Funding comes from the Unemployment Insurance taxes paid by
the employer. To qualify, a business must be Louisiana-based, have been in business three or more years, contribute and be compliant with state
UI tax laws and have 50 or less employees.
LANTEC has more applications approved for the SBET program than any other training provider in the state of Louisiana!
LANTEC Account Executives offer step-by-step assistance with assessing training needs and submitting applications – they are experts on the entire submittal and reimbursement process! Learn more about SBET grants and who's using SBETs to obtain free training!