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Illinois workNet provides resources for workforce partners to use to assist customers (individuals and businesses).  These resources provide:
  • guidance on using various Illinois workNet tools, and
  • resources to supplement information on the other Illinois workNet pathways.

Step 1 Use the resources in the left menu to assist your customers.

step 2 Become an Illinois workNet partner to access additional tools for viewing customer activities responses, assessment results, and more.

Quick Access Tools

Frequently Requested Workforce Partner Resources
Click here Link opens in a new window to access print materials, archived webinars, and conference materials.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Review the FAQ page if you have a question you need answered. Click here Link opens in a new window to see the questions and answers.

Tools for Setting Up Illinois workNet Computers and Resource Rooms/Computer Labs
Make sure your resource room is set up properly Link opens in a new window and the computers use your site specific URL Link opens in a new window. This will help you track your customer usage.

More My Illinois workNet Tools
Click here Link opens in a new window to learn about tools you can access in addition to the other workforce partners pathway resources and guidance.

Website Accessibility
Browsealoud Link opens in a new window is a program that reads out the words on a web site, highlighting the words as they are being read aloud. Browsealoud allows you to "listen" to the contents of the web page you are viewing, and is free to download and use. Click here to learn more about using this tool Link opens in a new window.


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Illinois workNet Centers are an equal opportunity employer/program. At Illinois workNet Centers, auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers on this website may be reached by persons using TTY/TDD equipment by calling TTY (800) 785-6055 or 711.