For employers, the advantages of a registered apprentice program are many. A well-planned program can help develop highly skilled workers, reduce training costs, lower recruitment investment, and create a more diverse workforce.
A registered apprenticeship program has an approved set of training standards issued by the state registration agency. Employers elect to sponsor and administer an apprenticeship program in their field.
What Are Officially Recognized Apprenticeships Occupations
Registered apprenticeships are available in almost any occupation including Information Technology (IT), Cyber Security, Construction, Advanced Manufacturing, Healthcare, Maintenance, Utilities and more.