17 new WCA Evaluators in Wisconsin

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Seventeen more educators completed their Woodwork Career Alliance Skill Evaluator Training at Madison College recently. These teachers are now certified to award WCA Credentials to their students.

Wisconsin has the highest concentration of Accredited Skill Evaluators in North America. Spurred on by funding from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, high schools in the state can receive up to $1,000 per student for each credential awarded.

“Interest in the Woodwork Career Alliance is accelerating,” stated WCA President Scott Nelson. “Teachers see the positive benefits in aligning their curricula to industry standards and taking advantage of the many resources the WCA has to offer.”

For more, visit www.woodworkcareer.org.

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