WI STATE SKILLS CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
WISCONSIN EMPLOYABLITY SKILLS CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
The intent of the Wisconsin Employability Skills Certificate Program is to recognize a student's mastery of employability skills valued by employers, to help students explore career interests, and to provide a state credential of student mastery. Those interested in pursuing such a certificate will need to contact the STW Coordinator or visit https://apps5.dpi.wi.gov/CTE_SKILLS/dpi_login/dpi_login1.asp .
This program consists of the following:
Students to document their employability skills
Employers to assess the skills they are looking for in quality employees
Educators to customize instruction to help learners to acquire skills that today's workplace requires.
Reinforcing 21st Century Skills in Personal Work Habits and Attitude
Completion of 90 on-the-job work hours
Career Exploration and Planning
WISCONSIN YOUTH LEADERSHIP CERTIFICATE
The intent of the Wisconsin Youth Leadership Certificate offered by the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) is to recognize a student's mastery and exhibition of leadership skills valued by employers, communities, and organizations. Those interested in pursuing such a certificate will need to contact the STW Coordinator or visit http://cte.dpi.wi.gov/cte_ylssindex.
This certificate consists of:
Students to document their leadership skills and service hours
Employers and community organizations to assess the skills necessary for success
Educators to customize instruction and experiences help learners to acquire valuable leadership skills
Reinforcing 21st Century Skills in the form of the 4 Cs (Collaboration, Creativity, Communication, and Critical Thinking Skills) in Leadership Skills and Attitudes
Completion of 90 leadership or service hours