Local companies can receive tech training from DevLeague at reduced cost
By HTDC.org Hawaii • July 6, 2018
Companies looking to train employees in web programming can receive a subsidy toward a DevLeague course
HONOLULU—The Hawaii Technology Development Corporation’s (HTDC) INNOVATE Hawaii program became an approved provider of the Employment & Training Fund (ETF). This special program of the State of Hawaii’s Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (DLIR) helps Hawaii employers provide necessary training to its employees at a reduced cost.
By participating in the ETF Micro program, local companies can receive up to 50 percent off total tuition costs (maximum $400 subsidy) from DLIR. INNOVATE Hawaii offers training through courses administered by DevLeague, an immersive technical training program in software engineering and cyber security.
“With INNOVATE Hawaii as an ETF provider, HTDC can better support local companies that want to invest in their employees. Through this program we’re able to enhance workforce development for our state’s growing tech sector,” said Robbie Melton, executive director and CEO of HTDC. “Thanks to financial support from DLIR, employers can reduce their costs. It’s an impactful way to invest in their employees as well as their business.”
“With technology constantly evolving, companies should proactively pursue ways to train employees,” said Russel Cheng, director of operations at DevLeague. “Our prep courses allow students to get up-to-speed and gauge their interest in continuing on to the full track, which is a bigger commitment.”
For more details about courses and funding for full track courses, visit devleague.com.
As of June 1, INNOVATE Hawaii began accepting applications. To participate, companies should submit an application to the Department of Labor and Industrial Relation’s Workforce Development Division. Additional information can be received by e-mailing email@example.com.