Workforce development leads to prosperous employees, businesses, and local communities. By training and upskilling our workforce, companies can enjoy happier employees, lower turnover, and exciting growth opportunities — not to mention support growth for the economy as a whole.
You don’t have to tackle workforce development alone. Our team can assist with recruitment and retention, labor market and wage analyses, closure and layoff aversion, and information about grant and tax credits to offset hiring and training expenses.
The CCWA is a partnership between Reynolds Community College and John Tyler Community College that provides non-credit training, certification courses, customized training courses, onsite training at your business, consulting, skills assessments and educational programs.
Work-based learning is a program comprised of school-coordinated workplace experiences that are related to students' career goals and/or interests, sometimes integrated with instruction, and performed in partnerships with local businesses and organizations. These experiences often times lead to full time employment after graduation.
This job board, maintained by Goochland County Economic Development, provides job listings for businesses in Goochland County.
Network2WorkRVA connects skilled job seekers with employers looking to fill vital roles within their company.
Funded through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), Virginia Career Works serves eight jurisdictions of Greater Richmond which includes Goochland County. For job seekers, Career Works can help with job searches, career services, updating skills, youth and veteran services, networking and additional resources. For businesses, they offer services such as labor market information, recruiting and screening, employee development and consulting services.
Through the Virginia Employment Commission, employers can post job listings and search for qualified employees in the Virginia Workforce Connection database, analyze labor market information and locate business services. In addition to administering the State’s unemployment insurance program, VEC also provides resources for workforce training and employer incentive programs. For job seekers, VEC provides assistance with job searches, creating and posting a resume, job training opportunities and more.
VJIP is a discretionary program offered by the State that provides funding to companies creating new jobs or experiencing technological change to reduce the human resource development costs for new companies, expanding companies, and companies retraining their employees. In addition to direct funding to offset a company’s recruitment and training costs, Regional Talent Solutions Business Managers offer human resource consultative support at no charge.
The Virginia Talent Accelerator Program, delivered by VEDP in partnership with the Virginia Community College System, provides world-class training and recruitment solutions that are fully customized to a company’s unique operations, equipment, standards, and culture. All program services are provided at no cost to qualified new and expanding companies as an incentive for job creation.