WIOA Knowledge Center

The Knowledge Center is a place for staff from WIOA Titles programs and partner programs to find policy, training resources, and data as well as other useful materials to improve integrated service delivery and the customer experience.

Training Resources Policy Data

Training Resources

An Introduction to WIOA

An Introduction to WIOA was created to help us become more familiar with WIOA as a whole as well as each WIOA program so we can better help our clients find their path to success. This 30-minute training is for all WIOA partners and staff, both new and experienced. The training is indexed and can be used as a quick reference to details on specific partners.

Highlights from the 2019 WIOA Roundtable

These are some of the most highly rated presentations from the WIOA Roundtable that was held in Green Bay, Wisconsin on November 13 and 14, 2019.

  • Poverty Informed Practices
    Chad Dull, WIOA Roundtable Keynoter

    Chad Dull, a longtime education/workforce leader in Western Wisconsin who is now a Vice President with Minnesota State College Southeast, provided thought-provoking insights in the area of Poverty Informed Practice, especially focusing on understanding, respecting and utilizing the strengths of our customers who face the trauma of poverty daily.

    • Chad Dull's Podcasts (Please note that this link may work best with Google Chrome and you will need to take a moment to create a free Spotify account to open the podcasts.)
    • Chad Dull's Blog

  • Poverty, Identity, and Implicit Bias
    Colleen Larsen, Wisconsin Technical College System

    This compelling two-part presentation explores the intersections of poverty and aspects of identity such as race, ethnicity, gender, and ability. It illustrates how implicit bias can lead to inequitable support for different groups of people, and identifies strategies to uncover and address inequities.

    Part One | Part Two


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Population and Co-enrollment Reports

The WIOA Population and Co-Enrollment Dashboard is a series of interactive, descriptive reports on the various WIOA Title and Partner Programs. The reports focus on population size, relative population size, population overlap, and co-enrollment among programs. View Reports