Is Apprenticeship Right For You?
We think so! The goal of the Network is to simplify and streamline the logistics so that you can focus on training your staff. Employers often tell us that apprenticeship isn’t a viable solution for their business because the rules and regulations are too confusing, or they don’t have the administrative staff to take on the paperwork required by the state or federal Office of Apprenticeship.
More than 1000 occupations are apprenticeable according to the Office of Apprenticeship, including some of the most common manufacturing jobs: machinist, welder, industrial maintenance technician, tool and die maker, and others. Whether you need to train one or 100 new employees, an apprenticeship can help.