• Learn While You Earn – Apprenticeships are paid positions with benefits. In some cases (Registered Apprenticeships), you may see an increase in pay as you develop your skills.

    Get a Certification for Your Career – Depending on the career and necessary training, a Registered Apprenticeship can take as little as a year to complete and will result in a nationally recognized certificate or credential. Some programs also lead to an Associates degree.

    Gain Practical Experience – On-the-job training is a key component of an apprenticeship, which means you start your career with a significant amount of relevant experience already on your resume.

    Start Working Immediately – Many traditional education and training options cost time and money. An apprenticeship will allow you to pursue the training you need for a successful career without taking on debt.

    Mentoring & Support – Much of the on-the-job training takes place one-on-one or in a small group setting, allowing you to ask questions and learn from colleagues.

  • Learn at Work

  • Apprenticeship

  • Registered Apprenticeship

  • On-the-Job Training (OJT)

  • School to Registered Apprenticeship