Employment and Training Fund

Projected Benefits:
To provide grants and subsidies to public, private and non-profit organizations for employment, education and training.
A) Programs to create a more diviersified base for businesses; B) Programs for high-growth industries
with critical shortages; C) Programs to retrain unemployed workers; D) Programs for individuals who
do not qualify for federal or state programs; E) Programs for individuals to improve career
employment prospects.

Actual Benefits:
During the course of the fiscal year 2014, a total of twenty-two (22) authorized training providers delivered a broad array of training opportunities. From July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014, 1,288 3 course registrations took place which served a total of 866 individuals from 265 companies statewide

For more information read the Annual Evaluation of the Employment and Training Trust Fund Annual Report: http://labor.hawaii.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/ETF-Final-Report-FY2013-2014.pdf