Toolkit for colleges to build, register and sustain Registered Apprenticeship programs.
The Apprenticeship Professionals Learning Network has curated an array of resources related to our primary topics: Business Engagement, Partner Engagement, Registered Apprenticeship Program Design, Registered Apprenticeship Fundamentals, Supporting Apprentice Success.
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Webinar featuring employers who are using mid-career Registered Apprenticeship programs to address hard-to-find skill needs and help employees advance in their careers in cybersecurity.
Guide to fostering inclusion and accessibility in on-the-job training (OJT) for their apprentices.
This brief discusses the challenges that grantees that had received American Apprenticeship Initiative (AAI) funds experienced when trying to transition to using WIOA funds to sustain programs that were created under AAI. The report uses these challenges to promote opportunities for encouraging local workforce development boards to support Registered Apprenticeship Programs with WIOA funds.
The goal of this report is to highlight effective employer engagement practices and identify key lessons learned from implementing technology-focused apprenticeship programs.
Effective strategies for recruiting and retaining women in the trades, including an in-depth look at the elements that make these strategies so effective.
This resource from the US Department of Labor Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs provides a number of tips and links for working with indigenous communities, including information about outreach and recruitment opportunities.
Self-paced, online training course that helps apprenticeship program designers choose between an approach that advances apprentices based on their time learning, competencies learned, or a combination of the two.
Playbook for Building a Consortium-Driven Degree-Based Apprenticeship
This issue brief from the Apprenticeship Inclusion Models (AIM) for Youth and Adults with Disabilities initiative includes strategies for building partnerships with industry, education, American Job Centers (AJCs), local education agencies, and vocational rehabilitation agencies and service providers.