Left to Right: Lake Montesian in Monticello, Cassville Ferry, The Point in Potosi Left to Right: Beloit Snappers, Brodhead Historical Museum, Zonta Park & Municipal Building in Beloit Left to Right: Badger Mine & Museum in Shullsburg, Ten Eyck Apple Barn in Brodhead, Milton House in Milton Left to Right: Old Water Tower in Clinton, Riverside Park in Beloit, Thresheree in Edgerton Left to Right: Boscobel Heritage Museum, Angel Museum in Beloit, Don Q Inn in Dodgeville

Customer Choice

All individuals have access to their local Job Center, the SWWDB Virtual Job Center, and to core employment-related services. Available services include access to information about job vacancies, career options, student financial aid, and instructions on how to conduct a job search, write a resume, or interview with an employer.

SWWDB tries to provide individuals seeking assistance through WIOA a large degree of freedom and flexibility in selecting the training program that best fits their personal and career needs. As such, it is important that customers receive accurate information regarding the performance records of all training providers eligible to conduct WIOA training.

Since the goal of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act is to obtain gainful employment, providers must demonstrate, through performance data, that completion of the certified program actually leads to increased employment opportunities. Due to economic conditions, resources available and other factors, SWWDB may limit the number of training options available and restrict enrollment to core programs.

Also, there should be a statement like SWWDB and partners work to prepare individuals to employment in the following driver industries:

Southwest Wisconsin Driver Industries
  • Agriculture (Crop Production)
  • Construction (Construction of Buildings, Specialty Trade Contractors)
  • Finance and Insurance (Credit Intermediation and Related, Insurers and Related)
  • Healthcare (Hospitals, Clinics, Assisted Living)
  • Information (Data Processing, Hosting and Related, Telecommunications, Publishing – Not Internet)
  • Manufacturing (Food, Machinery, Plastics/Rubber, Furniture and Related, Beverages)
  • Retail Trade (Non-Store Retail, Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers, Garden Equipment and Supplies)
  • Transportation & Warehousing (Trucking, Warehousing/Storage)
  • Wholesale Trade (Merchant Wholesalers – Durable and Non-durable Goods)

Click here for a link to DWD's approved training programs list.

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