Alabama Unemployment Job Training
One-Stop Career Centers, now called American Job Centers are set up to cater for various requirements like job search, training, recruitment, and other unemployment needs.
If you are an Alabama resident, your unemployment claim application also registers you with the Alabama State Employment Service office. Your Employment Service application will remain active for at least 90 days.
You will be required to keep your Employment Service application active during the weeks you draw unemployment benefits. You can update or obtain information regarding your Employment Service application on the Internet. If you are an Alabama claimant residing and seeking work in another state, you must register for work and maintain an active registration with the Employment Service office in your local area
Industrial Training –
AIDT provides quality workforce development for Alabama’s new and expanding businesses and expands the opportunities of its citizens through the jobs these businesses create. It is a division of the Alabama Department of Commerce which encourages economic development through job-specific training. Training services are offered in many areas, at no cost, to new and expanding businesses throughout the State.
To apply for a training position with a company AIDT is working with, simply go to the AIDT jobs link. It does not charge trainees or companies a fee for any of the AIDT pre-employment training programs, assessments, or services. However, AIDT training will not guarantee a job with the company.
If you are enrolled in training approved by the Department of Labor, Alabama, you must remain enrolled and make satisfactory progress in completing your approved course of training. As long as you remain enrolled and are making satisfactory progress, it will have no effect on your benefits. You can ask about available training courses and enrollment qualifications at your local One Stop Career Center or Employment Service Office. Failure to meet the above requirements will result in a written determination on your claim.
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