Wisconsin Employment and Training Association

Welcome

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 Preparing to pass the WETA gavel

for a new biennium of service. . . 

 

Thanks to  Briana for 2  great years of leadership, and for strengthening WETA as an Association providing service to employment & training professionals throughout Wisconsin! 

 

Welcome Lacey to your new leadership role in guiding the Association as President!  You're a proven leader, and will take WETA to new heights in service to employment & training professionals during your term!  

WETA thanks both of you for your leadership - both past, present and future!

 

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 2018 Scholarships and WETA Awards 

details and nomination forms in the Awards and Scholarship section 

deadline was September 10, 2018

 Our History

WETA formed in 1981 in order to serve the professional needs of Employment and Training professionals in Wisconsin. Since 1984, WETA has hosted an Annual Conference to provide resources and networking opportunities for professionals from around Wisconsin and the surrounding states.

In addition, WETA hosts a number of training opportunities for members throughout the year as well as numerous Labor Law Clinics for employers. 


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2018 Labor Law Clinics for Employers

 

TBD Milwaukee-South

Contact David Skattum for more information

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WETA Newsletter 

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Become a Member

A membership in WETA ($25 fee) can have a positive impact on your personal and professional development.

  Click the link below to join our organization.  Attending our  conference waives your annual membership fee. 

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Vision

We serve as the representative voice to:

  • Strive to actively assist workforce professionals who provide employment services.
  • Be the primary resource to promote employment and training opportunities for personal and professional growth and development.
  • Facilitate the development of quality employment and training services that are accessible to professionals, job seekers, incumbent workers and employers.
  • Be the advocate for training and development opportunities for workforce professionals to improve services for a diverse population.

 

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