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About Us

The Centralina Workforce Development Board and NCWorks Career Centers are committed to partnerships that help our region’s businesses and workers become a competitive force in our global economy. Learn More »

Businesses

How do you find and keep the best talent possible so your business can grow and compete? The NCWorks Business Services Team provides talent management strategies and solutions to meet your specific needs at little to no cost. Learn More »

Career Seekers

No matter your circumstances or background, an NCWorks Career Center can help you maximize your job search, increase your skillset, and obtain meaningful employment. Learn More »

NexGen Services

Youth and Young Adults ages 16-24 are the future of our workforce and our region’s success. Learn about employment, training, and work readiness opportunities available to Centralina youth. »

Regional Initiatives

The Centralina Workforce Development Board invests in initiatives that strengthen our workforce, and support the success of our businesses in the global economy. Learn More »

Resources

Centralina businesses and career seekers can turn to us for the latest workforce development news, resources, and information to stay competitive. Learn More »

NCWorks Incumbent Workforce Development Program

For Business Customers

Are you looking for an effective and efficient way to upgrade the skills of your workers to stay competitive in this global economy?

The Centralina Workforce Development Board offers funding for Incumbent Worker training to provide local businesses with the money needed to provide training for their current workforce.

Since 2003, the Centralina Workforce Development Board has awarded  22 grants to local businesses with skills training provided to over 4,900 employees. A total of $2,745,505.00 in Incumbent Worker funding has been approved, thus providing real economic investment in existing businesses and the workforce for our region.

Incumbent Worker training grants are competitive with final approval for funding from the NC Department of Commerce.

Download the 2015-2016 Incumbent Worker Training Grant Application »

NCWorks Incumbent Worker Training Grants - Information Sessions

January 29, 2016– Iredell County– 10:00 AM
Mitchell Community College, Mooresville Campus
Mooresville Center Building, Room 103
219 North Academy Street
Mooreville, NC 28115

February 3, 2016– Rowan County – 9:00 AM
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, North Campus
Building 400, Room 4204
1333 Jake Alexander Blvd.
Salisbury, NC 28146

February 4, 2016– Cabarrus County – 9:00 AM
Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Business & Technology Center
Room 9281
660 Concord Parkway North (HWY 29 North)
Concord, NC 28027

February 11, 2016– Stanly County – 10:00 AM
Stanly Community College, Groves Building Training Room
143 N. 2nd Street
Albemarle, NC 28001

February 12, 2016– Lincoln County – 10:00 AM
Gaston College, Lincolnton Campus, Room LC 210
511 S. Aspen St.
Lincolnton, NC 28092

February 18, 2016– Union County – 10:00 AM
Monroe/ Union County Economic Development, Conference Room
CTHE Building
3509 Old Charlotte Hwy.
Monroe, NC 28110  

Please bookmark this page for more information about Incumbent Worker Training. Contact  Vail Carter, Centralina WDB Business Services Coordinator, at (704) 348-2710 or by e-mail at vcarter@centralina.org for registration or additional details.


About Us

The Centralina Workforce Development Board and NCWorks Career Centers are committed to partnerships that help our region’s businesses and workers become a competitive force in our global economy. Learn More »

Businesses

How do you find and keep the best talent possible so your business can grow and compete? The NCWorks Business Services Team provides talent management strategies and solutions to meet your specific needs at little to no cost. Learn More »

Career Seekers

No matter your circumstances or background, an NCWorks Career Center can help you maximize your job search, increase your skillset, and obtain meaningful employment. Learn More »

NexGen Services

Youth and Young Adults ages 16-24 are the future of our workforce and our region’s success. Learn about employment, training, and work readiness opportunities available to Centralina youth. »

Regional Initiatives

The Centralina Workforce Development Board invests in initiatives that strengthen our workforce, and support the success of our businesses in the global economy. Learn More »

Resources

Centralina businesses and career seekers can turn to us for the latest workforce development news, resources, and information to stay competitive. Learn More »

Get in touch
with us.

(704) 348-2717

info@centralinaworks.com