With some customers, like Mayr-Melnhof, I have been working together for many years. You know the requirements of the company very well and can also openly discuss which trainings work well or where some readjustment is needed, e.g. if the group is not yet completely homogeneous. Continuous training also means continuous change and improvement. Open communication about this is very important to me.
There are numerous but sometimes also complex subsidies for company trainings. Both the Public Employment Service Austria (AMS) as well as the Austrian Federal Provinces offer a variety of funding models for the qualification of employees. We support you in applying for the funding.
Find a short overview below; in case of further questions or further information please contact our company service team.
- Qualification grant for employees More Less
The Public Employment Service Austria supports the training of less qualified and older employees, so even this group can be better integrated into company trainings. The subsidy is granted for courses starting at the latest on 31st December, 2017 and ending at the latest by 31st December, 2018. The amount of funding is 50% of the cost incurred.
Here you can find further information about the “Qualifizierungsförderung für Beschäftigte”
- Education benefits during educational leave More Less
In case of an educational leave the employees are granted education benefits during a training of minimum 2 months amounting to the equivalent of unemployment benefits.
Here you can find more information about the “Bildungskarenz” and “Bildungsteilzeit” (in German).
- Education Account (Bildungskonto) from the Vienna Employment Promotion Fund (WAFF) More Less
The education account supports employed and unemployed people living in Vienna for qualification and training. The amount of funding is up to 50% of the cost incurred (up to max. EUR 300).
Here you can find more information about the Bildungskonto (in German)
- Education Cheque from the Federal Province of Salzburg More Less
Employees living in the Federal Province of Salzburg who want to take part in a vocational training or a retraining can apply for cost coverage of up to 50% with the Education Cheque.
Here you can find more information about the Bildungsscheck (in German)
- Educational Grant from the Federal Province of Tyrol More Less
Under certain circumstances, the Federal Province of Tyrol provides grants for vocational trainings for employees, unemployed people and companies with less than nine employees. The grant amounts to 30% of the training costs.
Here you can find more information about the “Bildungsgeld Update” (in German)
- Educational Grant from the Federal Province of Upper Austria More Less
The Federal Province of Upper Austria provides grants as of up to 60% of the training costs for residents.
Here you can find more information about the “Bildungskonsto” (in German)