Once he is on the payroll of an employer.
All funds are provided to the employer.
The employer must submit the SBET application and receive LWC approval, in writing, prior to the start of any training. Funds can be reimbursed upon completion of the training. In order to be reimbursed, the employer must submit invoices for approved training expenditures along with: 1) proof of payment; 2) proof of completion from the training provider; and 3) either proof of a pay increase or proof that wages were paid for the training hours attended, all within 30 days of the completion of the training.
Tuition and required textbooks and manuals.
Yes. Training costs cannot exceed $3000 per trainee per state fiscal year.
Yes, as long as the training is completed before the end of the state fiscal year (June 30) in which it was begun.
SBET is funded by a social charge assessed on employers that is paid along with their quarterly UI tax payments, therefore, only those employers who pay UI taxes on a quarterly basis are eligible.
There is a good possibility that an employer can qualify based on current records combined with their predecessor's. The Chief of Tax for LWC will review UI tax records to determine whether an employer meets the eligibility requirements.
The employer must submit an SBET Application to LWC for approval. Employers apply online at: https://iwtp.laworks.net/Launch/LaunchPage.asp?SBET=Y . For those employers who do not have computer access, computers are available at the LWC Local Career Solutions Offices or at local libraries.
Yes. Training must be completed by the end of the state fiscal year (June 30) in which it was begun.
No. Training can be held at an employer's work site as well.
The initial review and recommendation for approval is made by the SBET Administrative Office Specialist and IWTP Manager. The IWTP Director grants final approval. A letter of approval is forwarded to the employer upon approval of the application.
Refer to the IWTP Regional Contacts (PDF) list.
LWC will only reimburse $3,000 per trainee, per fiscal year.
Yes, the employer may be reimbursed for part-time employees as long as the employer incurs a state unemployment tax liability for the employee.