Montana's economy is strong and growing. Hear from Montanans how the Department of Labor & Industry has helped them find work, grow their businesses, and what opportunities are available to join the workforce.
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Job Service Montana offices are part of a statewide network of workforce development centers that collaborate with community partners to provide customer focused employment and training opportunities. These centers assist in preparing, training, and connecting a highly skilled workforce to local businesses. This assistance enhances long term employment outcomes for both businesses and workers.
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The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requires that training providers apply to the Montana Department of Labor & Industry for certification to receive WIOA funds to potentially train workers. This list of Certified Training Providers includes all training programs that are currently approved.
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Apprenticeship is the oldest known form of skills training. It’s all about a seasoned, skilled worker teaching the skills of their craft to workers new to the trade or craft. Registered apprenticeship training includes both supervised on-the-job training through real work experience and related technical instruction in the classroom. Business, Labor, Education and Government work in cooperation to deliver structured progressive instruction programs designed to develop high-quality, skilled and employable workers.
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