University of Wisconsin–Madison
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Programs & Services

Labor Education

On-campus in Madison, Wisconsin, labor education classes are offered year-round and last from two to five days. Every program is a high-quality noncredit course taught by university faculty.

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Community Classes

In partnership with community groups, classes are offered throughout Wisconsin. Programs reflect the needs of the area and are open to all students who wish to expand their knowledge about the world of work.

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Customized Trainings

At location, in the community, or on the UW-Madison campus, university faculty delivers customized training to empower workers in an ever changing workforce.

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Technical Assistance

A full range of technical assistance and outreach services led by university experts to support the implementation of best practices in the workplace.

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Bilingual Services

Actively supporting Spanish-speaking working communities through bilingual educational opportunities, research and outreach.

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Pre-apprenticeship

A free pre-apprenticeship program, providing women the opportunity to explore career pathways in the building trades with the support of tradeswomen.