Workforce Professionals Training Institute

Investing in the skills of
workforce development
professionals.

  • 90% of our participants

    stated that they found our programs helpful not only to them, but to their coworkers, and enabled them to implement new strategies and best practices.

  • Keep up with best practices in the field.

    As part of our mission to enhance the capacity of the workforce development field, WPTI periodically publishes reports and practice guides that distill best practices.

Upcoming Events

Sep 12, Tue
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
WPTI | Training
Performance-Based Contracts
WPTI’s partner Public Works Partners will facilitate this training and offer its experience as public-sector executives who have overseen performance-based contracts. The training will empower you to fully understand and leverage your performance-based contracts, train your team to manage to-and-beyond performance metrics, and eventually exceed your targets.
Sep 14, Thu
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
WPTI | Training
Employer Engagement: Securing Quality Job Leads and Making Placement Outcomes
This training will provide strategies on how to detect the obvious and hidden needs of employers and use that to further develop your sales pitch, refine your strategies for matching job seekers, engage the right businesses, and build lasting employer relationships.
Sep 21, Thu
9:30 AM - 1:00PM
WPTI | Training
Workforce Development 101: An Introduction to NYC’s Workforce Development System
This training is a unique opportunity for practitioners both in and outside of the workforce development field to learn more about who is involved in the system, what are the types of programs, how it operates, and where the funding comes from to support the various New York City workforce development programs.
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The Latest from WPTI

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Announcing New Board Members and Leadership
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WPTI Welcomes Kasia Tazearslan as a Program Associate for Workforce Field Building Hub!
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The Hub’s Website Has Launched!
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Deep in the Trenches: Understanding the Dynamics of New York City’s Front Line Workforce Development Staff