NOVA offers a wide variety of training programs in various sectors such as high-tech, healthcare, manufacturing, biotechnology, and financial services. Take control of your career development and determine the training you need based upon the skills required for your desired occupation.
For additional information about NOVA's training process and how to apply, click the image to download the Training Process Overview:
Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need to fill out the Career Exploration Guide (CEG)?
Whether you are considering training or not, an effective job search requires you know what skills and background are needed for the job, and what the current labor market demand is for those skills. Training involves a significant commitment of your time and resources, so it is important you have good information so you can get back to work in the least amount of time. The Career Exploration Guide (CEG) is a tool to help you make an informed decision about pursuing a specific occupation and to determine if you need additional skills. The CEG will help you ask:
- What skills are needed in the current job market?
- Is this occupation right for me?
- Are employers hiring for this occupation?
- Do I have the skills and background to make me a good fit?
Attend NOVA's Career Exploration Workshop to receive the Career Exploration Guide.
How much will NOVA pay toward my training?
NOVA can provide up to $6,000 toward tuition and supplies to Silicon Valley job seekers. The training funding can be applied to only one school.
What schools can I select for my training?
Training is provided by reputable public and private institutions and prepares students for jobs in hundreds of occupations across nearly all industries. Training funding comes from the Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA), which requires that schools must have their training programs listed on the statewide Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL). Your training advisor will help you identify qualified schools.