Design is a critical component to aligning Registered Apprenticeship Program requirements with apprentice and employer needs. As we work to develop and register new programs, resources and examples from existing Registered Apprenticeship Programs and insight from subject matter experts can provide a foundation for good practice.

Self-assessment and planning tool for local, state, or regional lead entities and their partners in gauging their current capacity to establish a high-quality system for high school-based youth apprenticeships.

Apprenticeship Equal Employment Opportunity Toolkit helps put businesses on the path toward reaching the 7% goal and complying with USDOL’s Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) regulations.

Field-informed program design elements and considerations for building systems, processes, partnerships, and practices that can drive diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility in Registered Apprenticeship programs.

Guide with tools to support your success with regard to recruitment, program launch, and promising practices for inclusive programs.

Code Fellows and AAW discussion on Open IT Apprenticeships to support a diverse talent pipeline for IT industry.

Toolkit for colleges to build, register and sustain Registered Apprenticeship programs.

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.

Outlines key steps in program development, important considerations when building a new program, and tools to get started.