Michigan Training Connect (MiTC) for Training Providers: Eligible Training Provider List (webcast)

Do you provide training programs that result in credentials, certificates or degrees? Do you provide training for in-demand careers?

We want you! … to be on Michigan’s official Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL).

Formerly known as the Career Education Consumer Report (CECR), this list captures training programs available to job seekers looking to enhance their skills and credentials to seek gainful employment and advancement opportunities. Many workforce training funds available to Michigan job seekers require that training programs be on this list.

Don’t miss this opportunity to expand the reach of your training programs.

The webinar will include an overview of the list requirements, system updates and the process for becoming a program that is eligible for workforce funds.

Key Takeaways
  • A focus on criteria required for placement on MiTC
  • Explanation of required fields in MiTC
  • Navigating the system and the approval process
  • Reporting requirements
Who Should Attend?
  • Training Institutions who are seeking placement on MiTC
  • Training Institutions with programs currently on MiTC
  • Training institutions that previously had programs on the CECR (former system) who would like to be placed on this new eligible training provider list
Recorded on

April 27, 2017


$10 member; $12 non-member



Natalie Kochendorfer, Departmental Analyst, Talent Investment Agency – Workforce Development, State of Michigan
Natalie Kochendorfer is a Departmental Analyst with the State of Michigan. She is currently responsible for the daily operations of Michigan Training Connect (MiTC), the State of Michigan’s Eligible Training Provider List and was previously a Trainer on the State of Michigan’s Labor Exchange System, Pure Michigan Talent Connect. Natalie has been employed for over 15 years in the field of workforce development with a focus on employment and training programs.

Janice Cooper, WIOA Specialist, Talent Investment Agency – Workforce Development, State of Michigan
Janice Cooper is a WIOA specialist with the State of Michigan. Janice is currently responsible for the development and implementation of policies related to the Eligible Training Provider List (MiTC), policies related to Incumbent Worker Training programs, and the coordination, development, and submittal of the State’s WIOA Unified State Plan. Ahwhas been employed for over 20 years with the State of Michigan with all of her experience in workforce development, employment, and training programs.