Training Grant Opportunities

Partner with Fox Valley Technical College when developing a comprehensive training plan to develop the skills of new or existing employees. Our account managers assist with designing an outcomes-based training plan and assess if available training grant programs align to your project and timeline.

Several grant opportunities are available – Wisconsin Fast Forward (WFF) and Workforce Advancement Training (WAT) – each with different timelines, criteria and requirements.

Contact us to set up a complimentary meeting. Our account managers are here to help address your business challenges and sort through the grant process.

Getting Started

Each successful training grant begins with a trusted business-education partnership between employers, technical college partners, labor organizations, trade associations or economic development agencies. Consider the advantages of having FVTC as a training grant partner to help address your business challenges and build a custom project.

  • Training designers and faculty aid in scoping forecasted workforce skill needs
  • FVTC can assist with developing partnerships with other employers or networks to create a strong consortium grant application
  • Project partners, assessment services, training content, and performance metrics can be accessed through our vast resource network
  • FVTC guides customized training plan development in compliance with grant guidelines

Need more information on how to start? Account managers are skilled at designing successful business-education partnerships.

Account Managers | P: (920) 735-2525 | bi.services@fvtc.edu

Training Grant Outcomes

Each training grant has its own criteria, timelines, eligibility, funding requirements and evaluation standards. Training projects that build workforce skills resulting in clear measurable worker outcomes align well to training grants. 

      • Demonstrate knowledge and skill gain
      • Improve worker job and career opportunities
      • Implement activities and skill-building with a focus on career pathways
      • Train Wisconsin’s workforce with an associated wage increase
      • Demonstrate a clear connection to a defined business challenge; strengthen local, state and regional economy
      • Match grant funds with cash or in-kind contributions as specified by the grant type 

Seeking more information on employer requirements? Account managers can assess your training project and discuss how FVTC can upgrade employee skills and productivity.

Account Managers | P: (920) 735-2525 | bi.services@fvtc.edu

Business & Industry Services (BIS)
5 N. Systems Drive
Appleton, WI 54914-1655

P: 888-458-0449
P: 920-735-2525
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