Primary Palmetto Care
we have brought on have been well-trained with a good background
so that they are able to grasp the on-the-job training. We have
hired four employees through SC Works in the past nine months,
they are all working out better than we ever could have
||On-The-Job (OJT) Training is a method of
providing individualized occupational skills training for Dislocated
Workers and WIA eligible customers. OJT's objective is to assist
businesses to provide training in demand occupations that meet the
needs of the employer. The goal of the OJT program is to place
participants in occupations that will enhance their prospects for
long-term employment. OJT involves the acquisition of specific
skills and employment competencies, through exposure in an actual
work setting, to the processes, work tasks, tools and methods of a
specific job or group of jobs.
- The paperwork is minimal and SC Works Trident does it for
- Quality training reduces employee turnover which saves you
- Low employee turnover reduces operating costs!
- Lower operating costs increase profits!
- Everyone wins - your business and your employee!
- The Workforce Investment Act reimburses employers up to 75% of a
What is On-The-Job Training?
- Hands on training that you design.
- Payment to offset training costs.
- An opportunity to train employees your way.
- An investment in your company.
How does it work?
- SC Works Trident matches qualified applicants with approved
- SC Works Trident designs a training plan to meet your unique
Employers must have:
- Worker's Compensation and General Liability Insurance
- South Carolina Unemployment Insurance account number or
proof of exemption
- Internal Revenue Services (IRS) identification number
- The employer makes the training decisions.
- OJT is tailored to the employer's job description and the
needs of the company.
- The length of training (not to exceed 26 weeks) will depend
on the complexity of the job and the skills and experience of
individual brings to the position.
- Better trained employees.
- Subsidized wages.
- The OJT program participant can become familiar with the
climate and culture of the employer.
- You decide whether the employee is a good fit for your
operation and vice versa.