(gm) Mining industry jobs training grants.
A sum sufficient for 5
mining skills training grants under s. 106.05 and for mining equipment 6
manufacturing training grants under s. 106.35.".
70.395 (1e) Distribution.
Fifteen days after the collection of the tax under ss. 11
70.38 to 70.39, the department of administration, upon certification of the 12
department of revenue, shall transfer the amount collected in respect to mines not
in operation on November 28, 1981, to the investment and local impact fund, except
2that the department of administration shall transfer 60 percent of the amount
3collected from each person extracting ferrous metallic minerals in this state to the
4investment and local impact fund and 40 percent of the amount collected from any
5such person to the general fund
8106.05 Mining skills training grants.
From the appropriation account 9
under s. 20.445 (1) (gm), the department, in consultation with the Wisconsin 10
Economic Development Corporation, shall award a grant annually of not more than 11
$500,000 to Cooperative Educational Service Agency Number 12 or to an 12
organization operating a skills improvement apprenticeship program that is 13
authorized to administer the operating engineers certification program and to 14
provide training in the operation of heavy equipment, for the purposes of 15
establishing, funding, and facilitating cross-training partnership programs 16
between that agency and that organization.
18106.35 Mining equipment manufacturing training grants.
From the 19
appropriation account under s. 20.445 (1) (gm), the department, in consultation with 20
the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, shall award a grant annually of 21
not more than $500,000 to Cooperative Educational Service Agency Number 1 or to 22
an organization operating an economic and workforce development center in the 23
southeastern area of this state to establish, fund, and facilitate cross-training 24
partnership programs between that service agency and that organization for the
purpose of establishing classroom curriculum and hands-on job training programs 2
that provide individuals with the opportunity to receive instruction relating to the 3
performance of manufacturing jobs in facilities in that area that are involved in 4
producing equipment and products related to the mining industry.".