On-the-Job Training

On-the-job training can benefit you as well as the worker you help

If you are willing to provide on-site training in the skills that a worker needs to perform at the level expected in your industry, L&I can offer you:

  • Trainees for hard-to-fill jobs — an opportunity to evaluate a worker prior to permanent hiring.
  • Training fees to compensate you for your time (for up to 2 years, depending on skills needed for the job).
  • Savings on your L&I premiums and protection from risk if the worker aggravates the original injury or experiences a new work-related injury or illness through the Preferred Worker Program.

Additional information

Are You an Employer Who Can Provider On-the-Job Training? (F280‑033‑000)

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