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The Madison Area Builders Association offers multiple educational programs for Association members and members of the local community interested in skilled trades careers.

Continuing Education Credits

Through 3-in-1 membership, Association members have access to the Wisconsin Builders (WB) Foundation online course catalog of continuing education credits for holders of Wisconsin’s Dwelling Contractor credentials through its partnership with Slipstream and the B4 Conference. The courses are designed to fulfill Wisconsin’s continuing education requirements for dwelling contractors, and are approved by the Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services (DSPS). Learn More from WBA

On3 Field Learning Management System

As a membership benefit through the Wisconsin Builders Association, members have access to the On3 field learning management system. On3 is a global field learning platform designed for frontline construction teams with the knowledge to help you build better, faster, safer and with scalable technology to improve build time and customer satisfaction. Utilizing advanced mobile-based AI technology, On3 verifies each employee’s knowledge level and changes the learning path for each person based on their competencies. On3 also spot checks employees for critical knowledge and brushes up their skills automatically. This level of technology provides your company with unprecedented power to improve quality, reduce warranty expenses, and speed new employee on-boarding. Learn More

McKenzie Regional Workforce Center

The McKenzie Regional Workforce Center, a cutting edge workforce development learning facility, is being built in Fitchburg to address the critical shortage of adequately trained skilled workers in the Madison area. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Dane County and MABA have worked closely together on the design of the building, the programs that will be offered, and outreach to area schools to inform students of another option for post-high school education. This project sparked the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the National Association of Home Building (NAHB) to form a national partnership to develop other pilot programs across the nation. 

Construction of the McKenzie Regional Workforce Center is set for completion in April 2023. For more information, visit

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