The Workforce Development Institute (WDI) uses workforce intelligence to identify new skills required by New York's workforce, and then develops programs to teach these skills. Visit our website at www.wdiny.org
WDI provides funding for training when training couldn't happen otherwise
WDI works with business to strengthen current skills and teach new ones, allowing union workers to get and keep jobs.
WDI provides training to help all workers (union and non-union) learn new technologies to keep up with the changing nature of work.
WDI provides timely skills training to help individuals get and keep jobs.
WDI prepares the workforce for jobs in emerging green sectors, such as renewable energy, smart grid technology, and energy efficient building renovations.
WDI brings together labor, business, environmental groups, government, and other constituencies to seek new avenues of growth for manufacturing in New York State.
WDI supports low income, and underserved workers, promoting diversity in the workplace.
WDI helps keep jobs in New Yok State
Contact the Rochester / Genesee Regional Office Director, Bob Trouskie, at 585-325-6740 or visit at 30 North Union Street, Suite 204, Rochester, NY 14607