What We Do

The Alabama Construction Industry Craft Training Board (CICT) provides grant opportunities for craft training programs within the commercial construction industry. Our mission is to support training programs in building a qualified workforce to meet the growing demand for skilled craftsmen and commercial construction workers in Alabama.

Grant Guidelines
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Entities Eligible to Apply for Funds Include
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Alabama business "for profit"
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Alabama business “not-for-profit”
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2-year accredited postsecondary institution recognized by the Alabama Community College System
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4-year accredited higher education institution recognized by SACS
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Trade unions
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K-12 education entity recognized by the Alabama State Department of Education
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Training Program Grant Applications

Training proposed in the grant application should be tied to a specific skill or trade. The training format can be craft training, apprenticeship, or other effective training models. The maximum amount that can be requested is $100,000 per trade. The current year grant application is for programs requesting the award of funds, plan to provide training, and request reimbursement for training during the current fiscal year from Oct 1- September 30. A future year application is a request for funds for a program that will start after the upcoming Oct. 1 date.

CICT Grant (Fiscal Year 2021-2022)

Max Grant Award: $100,000

Application Dates: June 1, 2021 – June 1, 2022

Reimbursable Time Frame: Oct. 1, 2021 - Sep. 30, 2022

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Task Grants

The CICT Task Grant is for short term training tied to a specific construction task or skill. The maximum funding award is $15,000.

CICT Task Grant (Fiscal Year 2021-2022)

Max Grant Award: $15,000

Application Dates: June 1, 2021 – June 1, 2022

Reimbursable Time Frame: Oct. 1, 2021 - Sep. 30, 2022

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