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Programs

  • AlabamaWorks
    AlabamaWorks is a network of interconnected providers of workforce services, including all of the governmental, educational, and private sector components that train, prepare, and match job seekers with employers.
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  • Apprenticeship Alabama (AA)
    The mission of Apprenticeship Alabama (AA) is to ensure business and industry have the tools needed to develop an industry-driven Registered Apprenticeship (RA) program for its citizens. Whether you are an employer looking to hire, train or retain a skilled workforce, or a worker looking for a new career in a well-paying occupation, RAs can help you achieve your goals.
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  • On-the-Job Training
    The Workforce Development Division of the Alabama Department of Commerce administers the On-The-Job Training (OJT) program which gives individuals an opportunity to learn job skills and allows employers to train new employees while saving money on training costs.
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  • Unemployment Compensation
    Establish a New or Reopen a UC Claim. File Weekly Claim Certification (for any program). Change Personal Information. View Weekly Claim Certification Information.
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  • Work Based Learning
    Work-Based Learning provides students with educational opportunities that typically cannot be replicated in the classroom. Work-based experiences are designed to connect information learned in the classroom with skills obtained in an occupational setting as an apprentice or intern. Work-based learning promotes improved skills, higher efficiency and the availability of a better-trained labor pool that encourages business growth and productivity. Well-managed work-based learning experiences build confidence in the school system and have benefits for the student, employer, mentor, school, and community.
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