Michigan Training Connect
As you begin your search for the right training, Michigan Training Connect (MiTC) can assist you in making knowledgeable decisions concerning your professional future and career.
- Students can use MiTC to explore career options, set educational goals, and find the training they need to achieve their goals.
- Parents can use MiTC to help their children select appropriate education and training programs with a proven track record.
- Guidance Counselors can use MiTC to engage students in the career exploration and as an aid in the development of a meaningful written career plan.
Choose between different methods of finding the providers and programs that meet your specific needs. Michigan Training Connect is the State’s official training provider list for individuals qualifying for an Individual Training Account (ITA) under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). To find out if you qualify, please contact a Michigan Works! Agency near you.
Find occupations based on wage and geography.
MiTC Application Form for Training Institutions
For training providers who want to be included on the MiTC.
Resources that may be helpful to you as you explore work and educational possibilities.
- Labor Market Information
Provides information regarding occupational wages and industry employment outlook.
- MI Student Aid
Information for students and families, high school counselors and college aid administrators about admission requirements, application procedures, and financial planning.
- Michigan Association of Career Schools
Represents many nationally accredited training providers.
- Michigan Community College Association
Represents Michigan's 28 public community colleges.
- Michigan Department of Education - Career and College Ready
Provides information about graduation requirements and standards, personalized learning options and resources, as well as other topics relevant to education and training.
- Michigan Virtual
Serves the education and training needs of Michigan businesses through electronic learning technologies.
- Michigan Works! Agencies
Provide services for dislocated workers, those on public assistance, veterans, persons with disabilities, and the general public.
- Veterans' Employment Services
Education and training.
The Department of Labor (DOL) Employment & Training Administration (ETA) designed this interactive tool and accompanying guide to assist grantees in making determinations about whether individual credentials count toward the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) credential attainment primary indicator of performance. States, Local Workforce Development Boards (LWDB) and other Federal grantees utilizing the WIOA Credential Attainment indicator may use this tool to help determine if a credential meets the definition of recognized postsecondary credential, as defined by WIOA. Please read the guide for detailed examples of types of credentials that count, industry recognized credentials, the difference between certification and certificates and more valuable tips.
This recording details the updates necessary for MiTC Training Providers to renew their program details and submit their wage data spreadsheets as required to meet USDOL requirements.
Businesses need a talented workforce. Workers need the right skills to compete for available jobs. The Talent Investment Agency, in collaboration with the Center for Educational Performance and Information, have created a suite of statewide workforce reports that show relationships between education level and wages in Michigan.
Find a list of approved schools and training facilities covered by the GI Bill®.