Job Seekers and Individuals
Are you looking for new skills? Do you need training? Find out about no-fee employment and training services available throughout the State.
- What Kind of Training Do You Need?
- Where to Get Training
- Are There Special Programs to Help Me?
- Where to Get Help
- Additional Training and Education Opportunities
What Kind of Training Do You Need?
- Learn what occupations are growing, which ones pay the most, or have the most openings. Find out how Labor Market Information can help you prepare for your future.
- Explore Employment Projections by occupations for jobs that will be in high demand in the future so you can plan your training.
- Not sure what kind of training you need? Contact your nearest One-Stop Career Center for a no-fee skills assessment.
Where to Get Training
- Find Training Providers in California - The most comprehensive source of training providers in California.
- Eligible Training Providers List - Lists qualified training providers, including locations, fees, programs, occupations, and apprenticeship programs. Your local One-Stop Career Center can help you identify potential sources for training such as:
- Basic Training - Obtain a GED or strengthen your basic math, English, or reading skills.
- Vocational Training - Become trained in skills in that are needed for jobs in demand today.
- On-the-Job Training - Become trained by a local employer in skills needed for a particular job through on-the-job training programs or apprenticeship opportunities.
- If you are receiving or have exhausted your Unemployment Insurance benefits, you may be eligible for Employment Training Panel’s no fee training. Find out if you qualify for job training opportunities.
- Find out about workshops on interview skills, applying for financial aid, job search techniques, and writing a résumé. Topics vary based on location. Contact your local One-Stop Career Center for details.
Are There Special Programs to Help Me?
- If you are out of work, need job training, or need to brush up on your skills, the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) program may help you. WIA funds a variety of employment and training programs for youth and adults in various levels of services depending on needs and eligibility. Services are offered in One-Stop Career Centers throughout the State.
- Collecting Unemployment Insurance benefits? Find out how the California Training Benefits program allows qualified individuals to continue to receive Unemployment Insurance benefits while in approved training.
- Trade Adjustment Assistance Act - Assists workers who have lost their job or have reduced hours due to increased imports.
Where to Get Help
- Contact your local One-Stop Career Center for referrals to training, as well as other employment-related services.
Additional Training and Education Opportunities
- Online Job Center
- Job Fairs and Workshops
- One-Stop Career Centers (PDF)
- Forms and Publications
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