School for Workers provides access to high-quality labor education to advance worker empowerment and facilitate workplace improvements. The programs offered directly through School for Workers are non-credit courses developed and taught by faculty. Learn more about the different types of non-credit courses offered below.
Faculty are also often invited by campus partners to teach for-credit courses for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Classes can be found in the university’s online course catalog.
Community classes come to you throughout Wisconsin or online, in partnership with community groups and organizations, to reflect the area’s needs. These programs are open to all who wish to study the course topic.
School for Workers has the resources and professional expertise to customize the training you need. Trainings can be held at your location, online, or on-campus, wherever is convenient for you.
School for Workers institutes are high-quality, noncredit courses taught by university faculty on campus or online. Classes typically center on the needs and perspectives of union members, officers, and staff.
Providing access to high-quality labor education to advance worker empowerment and facilitate workplace improvements.