CSI WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING TO COVER TRAINING COSTS FOR WORKERS IMPACTED BY COVID-19
TWIN FALLS, ID – College of Southern Idaho (CSI) Workforce Development & Training has recognized a great need for individuals whose jobs have been impacted by COVID-19. To help workers rebound, federal emergency relief funding received by the college will be used to cover up to 100% of training costs provided by CSI Workforce Development and Training. The funding may be applied to trainings focused on obtaining a new job, improving skills for a current job, or upskilling to be eligible for a higher-paying job.
According to the Idaho Statesman, “Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Idaho’s unemployment rate sat at a low of 2.5%. That rate shot up to a record-high of 11.8% in April. About 9,000 Magic Valley residents lost their jobs that month.”
CSI Workforce Development and Training has made a range of courses available to prepare individuals for careers in various industries including healthcare, construction, manufacturing, trades, financial services, business, etc. To find a training that suits your needs visit: https://workforce.csi.edu/default.aspx.
To apply for the CSI Workforce Development and Training emergency relief funding visit: https://workforce.csi.edu/resources/covid19-funding.aspx.
For more information about CSI Workforce Development and Training contact [email protected] or 208-732-6310.