Kansas Industrial Training (KIT)

Training for Net New Job Creation


Becky Kester, KIT/KIR Program Manager

(785) 296-4238


The Kansas Industrial training (KIT) program may be used to assist firms involved in net new job creation. Training can include subjects that provide knowledge and specific skills necessary for job entry including instruction on the company’s own production equipment on the plant floor or on similar machinery in a classroom setting.

Eligible Expenditures

  • Instructor salaries
  • Curriculum planning and development
  • Materials, supplies, textbooks
  • Training aids
  • Minor training equipment

Who Qualifies

To be eligible, a company must create at least one new position at an average wage equal to or greater than the median wage for their county.

Application Fees

A non-refundable application fee of $500 will be required for all Kansas Industrial Training (KIT) applications at the time of application submission.

Where to Start

Applications for Kansas Industrial Training (KIT) are accepted year round. Contact your local Regional Project Manager to get started.

KIT Resources

County Median Wages
Program Guidelines
Kansas Department of Commerce Incentive Policy for Remote Workers

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