NEW for FY 2014-15: Changes to our two categories of job training

Beginning in FY 2014-15, WEDnetPA will be evolving its two areas of training to better meet today’s needs of Pennsylvania companies and provide the expanded skill sets that their workers require. Basic Skills (BS) training now becomes Essential Skills (ES) training — directing our investment to training that is specifically and directly skill-building. And our Information Technology (IT) training will become Advanced Technology (AT) training — to more effectively respond to manufacturers’ training needs in areas like advanced machine operations and maintenance, mechatronics, robotics, and advanced materials.

For specifics about these changes, and our Job Training program as whole, please download a PDF of our current brochure below.

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Annual Report Calendar Brochure

Pennsylvania is using its resources to invest in its workers, making sure they have the skills needed to compete in the global economy.

We must ensure that businesses have access to a highly skilled labor force and that residents have the education and training they need. Together with the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pennsylvania, the Commonwealth is making sure our working men and women remain competitive. We’re working to improve our economy as well as the quality of life of our residents.

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