The Skills Development Fund is for businesses who want to train new workers or upgrade the skills of existing workers. Public community colleges or technical colleges may apply. The goal of the program is to upgrade the skill levels and wages of the Texas workforce.
What We Do
Grants & Funding
Education & Training
Learn how to help your employees improve their skills! You can offer training opportunities like apprenticeships.
In Texas, there are 28 Local Workforce Development Boards (Boards) that operate more than 170 local Workforce Solutions Offices.
The mission of the Coordinating Board is to serve as a resource, partner, and advocate for Texas higher education.
Employer Engagement and Community Outreach Team
About Our Employer Engagement and Community Outreach (EECO) Team:
Our team of highly skilled professionals is here to help with the development of projects and proposals.
The EECO specialists are available to work with employers, colleges, local workforce development boards, economic development partners, and business partners to ensure employers get the training their businesses need.
They also serve as a guide to other TWC services, helping businesses make the connections they need to maximize their workforce. For more information on how to utilize SDF training, please reach out to the business liaison in your region.
TWC prepares Skills Development Fund reports each Fiscal Year. Please visit our Agency Reports page to view those.