Training & Development

Training & Development Programs for Employees

The Workforce Development Division conducts training County-wide on an as-needed basis. Training focuses on those areas mandated by County ordinance, such as Responsible Supervision classes, and on areas that have a broad application to all County workplaces.  Individual departments within the County are responsible for the specific job-related training of their employees. 

 

The following links might be useful for employees wishing to acquire or improve specific job skills (Milwaukee County is not endorsing any particular school or program by listing the institutions below):

Milwaukee Area Technical College (wide variety of programs and flexible scheduling) www.matc.edu

UW-Milwaukee (traditional undergraduate and graduate programs) www.uwm.edu

Alverno College (both under and graduate programs, flexible scheduling) www.alverno.edu

Cardinal Stritch University (Arts/Sciences, Education, Nursing, Business) www.stritch.edu

Concordia University (both under and graduate programs, accelerated adult degrees) www.cuw.edu

Marquette University (under and graduate programs, continuing education and exam preparation) www.marquette.edu

Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design (eleven fine art bachelor degree programs) www.miad.edu

Milwaukee School of Engineering (diverse engineering and technical programs) www.msoe.edu

Mount Mary College (under and graduate programs, flexible scheduling) www.mtmary.edu

Wisconsin Lutheran College (under and graduate programs) www.wlc.edu

Bryant & Stratton College (proprietary school, associate degrees, day or evening, online classes) www.bryantstratton.com

Kaplan College (proprietary school, med asst., dental asst., pharm. tech, etc.) www.kaplancollege.com

 

 


Milwaukee County is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer that is actively seeking qualified applicants for various positions throughout County government. Milwaukee County does not discriminate based on age, ancestry/national origin, arrest/conviction record, color, creed, disability, marital status, military membership, race, sex or sexual orientation.

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