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On-the-Job Training (OJT)

On-the-Job Training is a federally-funded program that helps employers hire and train individuals for long-term employment. 

The brochure You Hire, You Train,We Pay and the flyer can be used for employer outreach.

For more information on OJT, contact your OhioMeansJobs Center.

Listed below are resources for our Workforce Professionals.

  Assembly Line
 Training and Technical Assistance

  Forms and Templates provides samples for local use as instructed in the OJT Comprehensive Policy.

 WIAPL 10-08.2 OJT Comprehensive Policy of March 2014, outlines policy and provides direction to local areas.

  OJT Guidance Manual  "how to" guide for On-the-Job trainings. 

  OJT Toolkit  Useful tools, samples, and templates for OJT implementation (USDOL)

 Presentation: John Chamberlin - Writing more and Better On-the Job Training Agreements Learn key strategies to developing OJTs.

  OJT: Breaking Down Barriers to Success PowerPoint features strategies and practices used in Missouri to implement and promote OJT services (USDOL). 

  Evaluation of OJT NEG Operations and Outreach Results of a 2012 study of Best Practices under the OJT National Emergency Grant, a project which ran from June 2010 to September 2012.

Employer Outreach Materials

 Area 17 OJT for Job Seekers. This PowerPoint presentation is used for a workshop designed for job seekers. 

Last Update: 07/21/2015