Wisconsin Employment and Training Association

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VIRTUAL Regional Trainings are Here! 

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Each webinar costs $10 for WETA members ($15 non-members)
Sign up for 3 or more webinars and receive a $5 discount.  
Each webinar will be recorded and sent to those whom registered for it to view at their convenience.

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We Have Postponed our Annual Conference...

In light of current events, we have postponed the Annual Conference to 2021, WETA's 40th year!! 
Please stay tuned... celebration date to come soon.
 


*Above images provided by The Lismore Hotel Eau Claire - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel ©2020 Hilton


 WETA's turning 40!!! 
We hope to see you in Eau Claire as we celebrate in 2021!

 

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, such as numerous Labor Law Clinics for employers and one day Regional Trainings.



2019 Labor Law
Clinics for Employers


Awards &

Scholarships


Become a Member

https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/laborlaw/ 

Labor Law Clinics have currently been postponed, future dates will be announced.

Contact David Skattum for
more information 

Due to COVID-19 and changes to the October Annual Conference, the committee is reviewing the awards and scholarships timelines and formats. Please come back soon to check for updates.

https://wetainc.org/scholarships

WETA membership ($25 fee) can have a positive impact on your personal and professional development. 
Attending our conference waives your annual membership fee.  

  Click the link below to join our organization. 

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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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