The National Tomorrow Learning Card is a program supported by the Ministry of Employment and Labor that aims to assist job seekers in their preparation for employment by covering their education and training expenses, including academy tuition fees. Over time, this program has evolved into the Kookmin Learning Tomorrow Card, providing valuable benefits to numerous individuals seeking employment.
Initially, the support amount offered through the Kookmin Tomorrow Learning Card ranged from 2 to 3 million won, with a validity period of 1 to 3 years. However, starting from 2020, the support amount and duration have been increased to 3 to 5 million won and 5 years, respectively. Additionally, the card can be reissued if the initial 5-year validity period has expired.
One of the resources available to job seekers is WorkNet, a platform dedicated to recruitment and job search. It offers various programs aimed at strengthening employment competencies for those in search of employment. The Employment Hope Program, specifically designed to assist individuals who require support in finding a job, focuses on restoring self-confidence and facilitating personal growth. Each session of this program accommodates approximately 8 or more participants.
For further assistance, individuals can access the Ministry of Employment and Labor HDR-NET website, which serves as a gateway to valuable resources. It provides access to the Job Training Portal, HRD-Net, which is a knowledge hub aimed at enhancing job training. Through this portal, users can find a wealth of information to support their personal and professional growth. To access these resources, users are required to log in, with options available for both individuals and corporate members.
To benefit from the opportunities provided by the National Tomorrow Learning Card and other related programs, individuals can visit the official website at www.hrd.go.kr.