Workforce Advancement Training grants increase Wisconsin’s investment in incumbent worker training while supporting increased business productivity and regional economic strategies. This grant opportunity enables small, medium, and large businesses to grow by implementing training projects addressing needs for multiple categories of employees and topics. For more information on how your company can get 50-55% off of their training, contact John Zimprich at 608-785-9916 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hiring Western Graduates
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Serving on Advisory Committees
Every academic program at Western has an advisory committee made up of experts who work in the field of study. This committee provides advice on the skills students should have as they enter the workforce. For more information, contact Business and Industry Services.
Training and Services
Take advantage of our Customized Training and Services and invest in your most valuable asset - your workforce.
Conducting Employee Assessments
Let us complete an objective Workplace Assessment and Evaluation of your business and see where there may be opportunities to improve performance.
Annual Manufacturing Luncheon
Western Technical College Business and Industry Services hosts an annual luncheon every October that celebrates the partnerships built between our local school districts and businesses. The luncheon includes a keynote speaker, local student STEM projects on display, and tours of our Integrated Technology Center.
Please join us as we celebrate manufacturing and support its connection to education, and workforce development. We encourage area manufacturers, educators and all others to attend this event. For more information on the event, please reach out to John Zimprich at email@example.com.
Western’s Employer Spotlight
The Employer Spotlight provides a connection point between students in Western Technical College programs (Example – Welding, Machining, HVAC, etc.) and local employers. It allows employers in the region to share an overview of their business while giving the students an opportunity to ask questions in an informal luncheon setting.
If you would be interested in getting more information about how your business can be involved, please reach out to John Zimprich at firstname.lastname@example.org.