Skills Development Fund Grants
Texas Workforce Commission provides funding for industry in form of training opportunities for private business, business consortium or trade unions. Since 1996, Skills grants have helped 3,263 employers create 76,191 jobs and upgrade the skills of 208,630 workers. With customized training provided by state-funded Skills Grants, the local workforce increases their skill levels and wages to remain competitive and receive training that is industry specific.
Skills for Small Business
Texas Workforce Commission also provides funding for Small Businesses. This program is specific to small businesses that have fewer than 100 employees. The goal of the program is to increase competitiveness, upgrade skills, and provide industry training to newly hired employees to fulfil job requirements.
Skills for Small Business provides:
Texas Southmost College can offer courses such as:
Applies to Health Care, Manufacturing and Office Management