Enterprise Training & Development (ETD) provides engaging and inspirational learning experiences for staff in all state agencies (Enterprise-wide). ETD’s curriculum of professional development, management and leadership, and team development training will build a blueprint for personal and team success. Our training incorporates best practices in modern learner engagement and is continually improved based on feedback from participants, trainers, and leadership.
Enterprise Training & Development Course Catalog
*Training sessions are for State of Wisconsin Employees only*
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Enterprise Virtual Training Course Catalog
How To Register
You can register for upcoming scheduled training sessions in STAR ELM. For job aids on accessing STAR ELM, registering for courses, or approvals, please review the STAR Connection Job Aids.
STAR Connection Job Aids
*Note* enrollment in all upcoming ETD classes will require supervisor or manager approval in STAR ELM. In addition, please follow your agency's internal process for requesting training.
Approving or Denying an Enrollment Request Job Aid (Manager)
Need something a little different than what is available on the list of scheduled training sessions? Check out the Custom Training Options section in the Enterprise Training Course Catalog.
Enterprise Training and Development (ETD) can develop training tailored to meet the specific needs and goals of your team. We design custom instructor-led training sessions and eLearning courses. Need an alternative training solution? We can provide guidance on other options too.
Complete this form to submit a request for custom training development. When we receive your request, we’ll reach out to you to discuss how we can help.
Training Request Form
Please note that training project assignment is based on staff availability, Agency-wide or Enterprise-wide priorities, and potential unforeseen circumstances. Changes in a training session by requestor may also affect scheduling.