KODE News recently highlighted a program expansion for apprenticeship training, allowing for the allotment of $3.6 million dollars of federal funding to student training.
Apprenticeship programs are training models that weave classroom and on-the-job training elements together. Students are paid employees from day one, learning new skills along a sustained career pathway with clear advancement goals and opportunities. Employers partner with education providers to deliver classroom training specific to their businesses and occupations, helping to create to stable & predictable pipelines of skilled labor.
Apprenticeships are a proven training model in a variety of industries and occupations – technical assistance and support from local training providers and state and federal workforce system partners is available to help businesses get started. Shorter term pre-apprenticeship training to help prepare students for entry into registered programs is also available. For more information, please contact Frank Neely at firstname.lastname@example.org.