On the Job Training

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    Taxonomy Code: ND-2000.3500-630

    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.

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    APPRENTICE TRAININGDevelops skilled workers through a combined program of learning a skilled trade through training on-the-job and learning the related technical knowledge in a classroom or through correspondence courses. Benefits include a reliable source of trained workers, less turnover and improved employee relations. An apprenticeship training program begins with a detailed job analysis. Then a training program is designed to ensure the apprentice masters the full spectrum of job functions, attains the knowledge necessary to exercise independent judgement, and subscribes to the highest standards of professional conduct. To become an apprentice, you must be 18 years old, or 16 years old with parental approval. The length of training varies from one to six years, depending on the occupation. Apprenticeship programs are conducted by employers, jointly by employers and unions, or by groups of employers. To learn more about this program, call your local Department of Labor office.NassauAPPRENTICE TRAININGNEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR/NASSAU
    CAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSESOffers career education opportunities to all juniors and seniors in Nassau County. Whether students are looking for immediate employment after graduation or wish to continue their education, they can gain valuable hands-on experience, learn marketable job skills, and receive college credits as they meet high school diploma requirements. Students enrolled at Barry Tech attend classes for two and a half hours a day, five days a week and are encouraged to participate in various career-oriented youth organizations, work-based learning activities, and take part in local and national competitions. All teachers are certified in their area of instruction, and all students’ schedules are carefully reviewed to ensure they will meet assessment and graduation requirements in accordance with No Child Left Behind (NCLB) regulations and SED mandates, the Common Core Learning Standards and the CDOS Credential. Technical endorsements for diplomas are available to students in SED-certified programs, who meet or surpass grade and Regents requirements. Programs approved by SED offer integrated academics that can be used for high school credit. (See catalog and Web page for full descriptions at www.nassauboces.org/barrytech .) Call for more detailed information.NassauCAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION COURSESNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    CAREER SUPPORT SERVICESProvides adults who have disabilities with the training and support needed to succeed in business and industry. Eligibility is determined through individual assessment conducted by CSS staff. All training includes placement services. Assessment to Placement Express (APEX) This provides customized diagnostic vocational evaluations for adults with disabilities, and immediate job placement for those who are work-ready. This Level III Vocational Assessment includes comprehensive individualized evaluations. One-on-one individual situational assessments in potential training/work-interest areas are a unique feature of APEX. Intensive Support Program (ISP) This program offers 200-hour vocational training courses, which prepare individuals for employment in a field that meets job market needs. Training is done in the professional atmosphere of Barry Tech, and at actual job sites. Courses, which are offered in the spring and fall, include Building Maintenance, Direct Care, Food Service, Industrial Housekeeping, Office Automation, Stock and Inventory, Auto Lube Specialist, Airport Maintenance program, and Cashiering/Customer Service. The program includes appropriate job placement and provides support services. Contact the Career Support office at (516) 622-6832, at adultreg@nasboces.org or stop by the Career Support office. Call for more detailed information.NassauCAREER SUPPORT SERVICESNASSAU BOCES DEPARTMENT OF REGIONAL SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS
    CORPORATE TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR THE WORKPLACEOur cost effective training programs can be customized or tailored to meet your needs; and can be provided at your location or ours. Customized training is available for: new equipment; new staff and safety. Career and Continuing Education Courses include: Industry recognized credentials, Driver Training, Business & office management, Customer Service, and English Language Skills for Speakers of other Languages. Call about potential grant sources for your training needs. Call today for a consultation at 631-419-1609.SuffolkCORPORATE TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR THE WORKPLACEEASTERN SUFFOLK BOCES ADULT EDUCATION
    MISSION EMPLOYMENTProvides paid internships and on the job training toward a career driven path, as well as supportive services including job readiness soft skills, and mentoring.NassauMISSION EMPLOYMENTEAC NETWORK
    PATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENTOffers employment, planning and support service for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Provides assistance for these individuals to obtain, maintain or advance in competitive employment. Includes job-readiness assessment/employment discovery process.NassauPATHWAYS TO EMPLOYMENTTHE CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, INC.
    PLACEMENT PROGRAMProvides evaluations for individuals with a developmental disability for determination of competitive or supported employment to include job training.SuffolkPLACEMENT PROGRAMMARYHAVEN CENTER OF HOPE, INC.

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