Apprenticeship programs are an all-round win: for business they create a diverse talent pipeline; for students they provide educational and economic opportunity; and for the city they help stabilize communities by retaining local talent and local businesses.
What is an Apprenticeship?
An apprenticeship is a paid training program of earning while learning. This on-the-job training, combined with classroom instruction, ensures a well-qualified, job-ready employee. In addition to the related occupation instruction, apprentices learn critical life skills such as time management, communication, team building, problem solving, and leadership. These skills help them to be successful in the workforce. Apprenticeship programs enable apprentices to immediately apply what they learn in the classroom to the job. This increases retention, engagement, and work performance. A Registered Apprenticeship program can help employers develop a world-class workforce, while enhancing productivity and profitability.
For program schedules and application information contact:
John Thomas, B.S.