Need help choosing? Get a Head Start with these sites below!
Larimer County Workforce Center 2014 Annual Report
Welcome to the Larimer County Workforce Center!
August Workforce Center Spotlight with KRFC
Listen to the August Edition of the Larimer County Workforce Center’s Spotlight with Mark Johnston, Workforce Center Manager for WIOA for Larimer County. Mark speaks about the new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, WIOA, and the impact the new act will have on strengthening the workforce and economy by providing skill development through training. One of the main goals of this act is to impact young adults (ages 16-24) who are the future of the nation’s workforce. A great listen!
Career Transition Services
Have you experienced a job loss? Let us help you get your career back on track!
Career Transition Services, part of the federally-funded Workforce Investment Act (WIA) provides eligible job seekers assistance in the development of training plans that lead to full-time employment in occupations with starting wages of $13.00-$16.00 per hour or higher.
*Veterans and their eligible spouses receive priority of service.
Career Transition Services include
- Career and occupational training advisement
- Access to scholarship funds for occupational training
- Staff support during training
- Post-training job search assistance
How to qualify for Career Transition Services
Meet one of the requirements below to get started!
You have experienced a job loss or pending job loss in an industry where your occupation is no longer in demand AND eligible for Unemployment Insurance benefits, OR
You are an unemployed Larimer County resident unable to obtain employment with your current skills and experience.
Ideal candidates possess
- A successful track record of obtaining and retaining employment
- A interest in working full-time
- A clear training direction, in an in-demand career field
- A determination and stability necessary to achieve training and career goals
Please let us know if you are experiencing a challenge in any of the areas above, and we can refer you to community partners that may provide assistance prior to Career Transition Services consideration.
Ready to take the next step?
For more information about Career Transition Services, eligibility, and program requirements, we invite you to attend a “Ready to Train?” information session. This session will include:
Preparation to complete paperwork for your training plan.
A computer-based action lab called “Ready to Train?” that will help you prepare an application for scholarship consideration.
The link below will take you to the Workforce Registration System where you will be asked to create a user account. Once your account is created, select the Training Information Session link located under the Workshops section of the page.