Customized Training is training that is designed to meet the special requirements of an employer. The training is conducted with a commitment by the employer to employ, or in the case of incumbent workers, continue to employ, an individual upon the successful completion of training for which the employer pays for no less than 50% of cost of the training.
Meeting the Training Needs of San Diego Employers
Download A Copy Here: OJT Flyer
Job Seekers - To qualify for the OJT program, you must sign up for case management services and engage in career center workshops. Customers who qualifty will receive a customized referral letter from their case manager to provide to interested employers.
An On-the-Job Training program is designed to help businesses hire and train persons who do not have sufficient experience and knowledge in the jobs for which they are being hired. The employer’s training expenses will be paid at a rate not to exceed 50% of the wages the new hire earns during the contracted training period. OJT is a viable training option for participants who perform better with a hands-on training experience rather than traditional classroom setting.
Allows business to hire and train individuals, creating jobs for our region.
Individual Training Accounts: (ITA)
Training opportunities for eligible job seekers to prepare them for employment.
ITAs are designed to provide education and skills to job seekers who are in need of training, preparing them for employment in occupations within the San Diego region. Customers may access training services through training providers listed on the state-managed Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). Training is self-selected by the customer with guidance and assistance from One-Stop Career Center staff. Visit a local career center to access this training opportunity.
If you are in need of additional assistance within your job search, we can provide a variety of different support to the job seeker including:
• Access to computers, fax machines, telephones, and copiers
• Identification of Barriers
• One-on-One Case Management
• Basic Skills Assessment
Additional Job Seeker Services:
•Referrals to education and training programs
•State Approved Training Programs can be found on www.etpl.edd.ca.gov website.
•Apprenticeship information - http://www.dir.ca.gov/apprenticeship.html
•Labor Market Information and various career ladders www.labormarketinfo.edd.ca.gov
Additional Training Services:
* Seating is first come first served. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to attending workshop
Social Media 1 - Networking for Success (flyer)
Financial Fitness 1 & 2 - Plan your Financial Future
Midlife Decisions 1 & 2 - Discover your Second Half of Life
Social Media 2 - Getting LinkedIn (flyer)
VantEdge Pro 50+ - Learn how to overcome the challenges faced by today's 50+ workers
Career Exploration 1 - Finding a Career in Today's Market (flyer)
Mock Interview - Realistic Interview Practice
• Career Consulting
• Job Search Readiness Assistance
• Caljobs - Employers and Current Job Openings
Workshops on topics such as:
Resume 101 - Discover the Resume Needed in Today's Job Market (preview)
Interviewing Techniques - Preparation and Changes for Interview Success (flyer)
Read and sign the Job Search Research Lab Policies
Download A Copy Here:Lab Policy Agreement.pdf
Register with Caljobs (Print your Caljobs Resume) *must be done before Intro to Services workshop
Connect to the CalJobs Website Here: www.caljobs.ca.gov
What-to-Bring Packet (Download here). This document outlines the (original) documents you must present prior to participation in the Introduction to Services workshop. Career Center staff are required by State and Federal law to verify a participating individual’s legal status or authorization to work before delivering employment or training services. Please review the What to Bring handout to ensure you have the appropriate documentation to present to the Career Center representative.
Complete the Membership Application
Download A Copy Here: Membership Application
In order to attend the “Introduction to Services” workshop you must provide the following information prior to participation:
Visit one of our career centers
4.Any veteran who died while a disability was in existence.esCare’s One-Stop service delivery models are designed to meet WIA performance measures and are customized in response to state and local workforce board requests and requirements.
North County Career Center Training Opportunities: Training designed to provide education, certification, licenses to Career Center Members who are in need of training, preparing them for employment to In Demand occupations within the San Diego region.
Career Center Services: Whether looking for a job, facing a career transition, seeking new skills, or you just want a new start, visit the North County Career Centers, your job search headquarters.
The Introduction to Services presentation will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the services that the Career Centers have to offer. Once you have attended an “Introduction to Services” workshop you will be provided with guidance in determining your “next steps” in career development and in identifying employment.
VantEdge Pro - Intensive Resume, Interviewing Techniques, and Networking
3.Any veteran who has a total disability resulting from a service connected disability, as evaluated by the Department of Veterans Affairs; or
1.Any veteran who died of a service connected disability;
The Eligible Spouse of a Veteran is:
An individual is considered a covered person if they have served at least one day in the active military, naval or air service, and was discharged or released from service under any condition other than a condition classified as dishonorable.
Veterans and Eligible Spouses : "Priority of Service Veteran Status Determination" Please note: The definition of veteran for the purpose of Career Center Priority of Service is different from the definition of veteran that applies under the Wagner-Peyser Act.
North County Career Centers
2.Any member of the Armed Forces serving on active duty who, at the time of application for the priority, is listed in one or more of the following categories and has been so listed for a total of more than 90 days: (i) Missing in action; (ii) Captured in line of duty by a hostile force; or (iii) Forcibly detained or interned in line of duty by a foreign government or power;