What is an apprentice?
How do I get to be an apprentice?
How do I get a sponsor?
How do I know if my employer has a registered apprentice program?
What type of classroom training do I have to take?
What occupations can I apprentice in?
Where can I learn more about Apprenticeship?
Learn more here
What do apprentice employers have to do?
- Supervise the On the Job Learning components designed specifically for their Apprentices
- Support the continuous learning for Apprentices
- Receive substantial incentives based on the number of Apprentices on the premises
We Make RI can do the paperwork, provide trained Pre-Apprentices, and design custom Apprentice programs to meet your unique learning needs!
Are all apprentices entry-level workers?
No. If you are changing jobs within manufacturing or if you’re moving up to a better position and need training – that’s an opportunity to (re) Apprentice!
As long as there is a formal training program in place, registered with the Apprentice Council, then incumbent workers can be Apprentices.
Talk with our Apprentice Specialist before you make a decision on offering a promotion – you may receive substantial incentives for the training you would be doing anyway.
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Cranston, RI 02920 USA
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