Inter County Community Council (ICCC)
207 Main St, Oklee, MN, 56742
(218) 796-5144 Ext: 1035
Employment preparation and career training program that provides experience or vocational education for the work associated with a certain type of job
Provides training opportunities that will help individuals gain the knowledge and experience to obtain employment.
Area Served by County
- Red Lake County
- Community Action Partnership
8:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday
Most ICCC programs serve: Clearwater, Pennington, Eastern Polk and Red Lake counties
See Eligibility for specific requirements
This provider does not offer this service at other locations.
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ND-2000.3480Job Retraining Definition
Programs that provide training that is designed to enable employees to perform a job that their previous training has not equipped them for or to adapt to changes in the workplace. Retraining may be needed when new methods or equipment are introduced or when jobs for which employees have trained are phased out. It may also be provided by employers or governments for employees who have been laid off and are no longer able to find employment using the skills they already possess. The need for retraining may arise because of a decline in a particular industry sector or because of rapid technological change.
ND-2000.3500-150Classroom Training Definition
Programs that offer employment related training courses, generally in a traditional classroom setting, which provide participants with the technical skills and information they need to perform a particular job or group of jobs. The training has a structured, defined curriculum and may feature lectures, demonstrations, simulations, role-playing, self-study and other similar activities. Classroom style training is also the primary format used for training in the "soft skills" that are required to get a job, stay employed and advance.
ND-2000.3500-630On the Job Training Definition
Programs that identify public or private sector employers that are willing to take on trainees who learn to perform the tasks that are associated with their position at the work site using the actual tools, equipment, documents and materials that they will use when fully trained. OJT trainees work under the supervision of skilled employees who serve as instructors following a training plan established by the employee, the employer and an external agency, if matching wages are being paid by that agency; and are engaged in productive work and earn a wage as they are trained. Employers may be offered cash training reimbursements (subsidized wages) or other incentives to hire difficult-to-employ individuals and are generally expected to hire the trainees upon successful completion of the training.