Laid off? Looking for a new career? Seeking advancement in your current field of work? Missouri is home to a number of educational providers who can meet your training needs with live classrooms or online coursework.
Our Training Provider Search Tool (which is part of the Eligible Training Provider System-ETPS) allows you to research Missouri’s educational institutions and programs.
Maybe you've been approved for training assistance through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) and told you need to use an "Eligible Training Provider" - where do you find that? Our new Training Provider Search Tool will allow you to limit your search results to eligible providers.
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Other Tools and Searches
- Missouri Career Exploration Tool
- Research your next career. Find out which occupations are growing in Missouri, what they pay, and how you can get the necessary training and education.
- Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation
- Assistance for eligible persons with disabilities in obtaining and maintaining quality employment.
- Missouri Registered Apprenticeship
- An Apprenticeship combines classroom studies with on-the-job training. Once training is complete you will receive a credential from the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, which may be worth college credit hours towards an Associate’s Degree.
- Study Missouri
- Your resource for learning about Missouri's world-class colleges and universities.
High School Equivalency (HSE)
Beginning January 2014, Missouri's new high school equivalency test will change from the General Equivalency Diploma (GED), to the High School Equivalency (HSE), also known as the HiSET. Here are resource links for information and test preparation.
- HSE Info
- The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education provides information about the HSE in Missouri.
- HSE Preparation(Adult Education)
- Free classes located across Missouri to help adults prepare for High School Equivalency
- MOLearns is Missouri's FREE online classroom for students looking for the flexibility of completing most of their high school equivalency test preparation at home. This program is sponsored by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE).
- Additional test prep materials for the HSE are available.