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41-1541. Arizona job training program

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

A. The Arizona job training program is established in the department of commerce. The program shall provide training for specific employment opportunities with qualified new and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion. If job training employer tax monies are deposited in the Arizona job training fund pursuant to section 23-769, the program may provide incumbent worker training. The guidelines established pursuant to section 41-1543 shall provide additional weight for incumbent worker training applicants who demonstrate that incumbent worker trainees will receive an increase in compensation on completion of the training.

B. The director shall implement the program and spend monies in the Arizona job training fund established by section 41-1544.

C. The department, the business receiving monies for training and the provider of training shall design the training programs.

D. The business shall contribute monies or other appropriate resources, including technical assistance, machinery or training space, as follows:

1. For specific employment opportunities with qualified new and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion, in an amount equal to at least twenty-five per cent of the estimated cost of the proposed training.

2. For incumbent worker training, in an amount equal to at least fifty per cent of the estimated cost of the proposed training.

E. The department shall not be a direct provider of the training established pursuant to this article.

F. Training may be provided by the state community college system, a private postsecondary educational institution licensed under title 32, chapter 30, a community college operated by a tribal government or another qualified training provider.

G. Before a business currently operating in this state is eligible to receive training monies, the department shall require the business to maintain or exceed its current level of training expenditures.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1541

41-1541. Arizona job training program

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

A. The Arizona job training program is established in the department of commerce. The program shall provide training for specific employment opportunities with qualified new and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion. If job training employer tax monies are deposited in the Arizona job training fund pursuant to section 23-769, the program may provide incumbent worker training. The guidelines established pursuant to section 41-1543 shall provide additional weight for incumbent worker training applicants who demonstrate that incumbent worker trainees will receive an increase in compensation on completion of the training.

B. The director shall implement the program and spend monies in the Arizona job training fund established by section 41-1544.

C. The department, the business receiving monies for training and the provider of training shall design the training programs.

D. The business shall contribute monies or other appropriate resources, including technical assistance, machinery or training space, as follows:

1. For specific employment opportunities with qualified new and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion, in an amount equal to at least twenty-five per cent of the estimated cost of the proposed training.

2. For incumbent worker training, in an amount equal to at least fifty per cent of the estimated cost of the proposed training.

E. The department shall not be a direct provider of the training established pursuant to this article.

F. Training may be provided by the state community college system, a private postsecondary educational institution licensed under title 32, chapter 30, a community college operated by a tribal government or another qualified training provider.

G. Before a business currently operating in this state is eligible to receive training monies, the department shall require the business to maintain or exceed its current level of training expenditures.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1541

41-1541. Arizona job training program

(Rpld. 1/1/12)

A. The Arizona job training program is established in the department of commerce. The program shall provide training for specific employment opportunities with qualified new and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion. If job training employer tax monies are deposited in the Arizona job training fund pursuant to section 23-769, the program may provide incumbent worker training. The guidelines established pursuant to section 41-1543 shall provide additional weight for incumbent worker training applicants who demonstrate that incumbent worker trainees will receive an increase in compensation on completion of the training.

B. The director shall implement the program and spend monies in the Arizona job training fund established by section 41-1544.

C. The department, the business receiving monies for training and the provider of training shall design the training programs.

D. The business shall contribute monies or other appropriate resources, including technical assistance, machinery or training space, as follows:

1. For specific employment opportunities with qualified new and expanding businesses and businesses undergoing economic conversion, in an amount equal to at least twenty-five per cent of the estimated cost of the proposed training.

2. For incumbent worker training, in an amount equal to at least fifty per cent of the estimated cost of the proposed training.

E. The department shall not be a direct provider of the training established pursuant to this article.

F. Training may be provided by the state community college system, a private postsecondary educational institution licensed under title 32, chapter 30, a community college operated by a tribal government or another qualified training provider.

G. Before a business currently operating in this state is eligible to receive training monies, the department shall require the business to maintain or exceed its current level of training expenditures.

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