Welcome to Wisconsin's Eligible Training Programs List Provider Portal

The ETPL Provider Portal is for training institution staff. If you work for or represent a training institution, you can use the portal to:

  • 1. Apply to have your institution added to Wisconsin's ETPL
  • 2. Register to access your institution's ETPL information
  • 3. Add your institution's programs to Wisconsin's ETPL
  • 4. Update, edit or remove your programs

You must first log in or create a logon.

Need Help?

Please go to the ETPL help pages for information on how to correctly use the ETPL Provider Portal. You can also click on the "Help" icon on the top-right corner of all ETPL Provider Portal webpages to access this information.

What is Wisconsin's ETPL?

Wisconsin's Eligible Training Programs List (ETPL) is a website that participants in the WIOA Adult Program and the WIOA Dislocated Worker Program generally must use to select classroom training that qualifies for WIOA-funded tuition assistance. TAA Program participants are encouraged to use Wisconsin's ETPL when selecting TAA-funded training, but they are not required to use it. The WIOA and TAA Programs are accessed through Wisconsin's job centers. WIOA and TAA program participants must get approval from their career planner to receive program-funded tuition assistance.

Training institutions that would like to have one or more training programs published on Wisconsin's ETPL must apply through the ETPL Provider Portal. The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) manages Wisconsin's ETPL, which includes reviewing and making eligibility determinations on ETPL applications.

A training institution will receive WIOA funding if and when a participant enrolls in one of its training programs published on Wisconsin's ETPL and has career planner approval to receive tuition assistance. The WIOA program will not pay for any tuition costs that a participant incurs before receiving career planner approval.

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