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Florida’s Registered Apprenticeship Program. Rob Grisar Program Director Florida Dept. of Education Apprenticeship Office [email protected] 1950’s FLORIDA JOB PICTURE 20% PROFESSIONAL 20% TECHNICAL 60% UNSKILLED 2000’S FLORIDA JOB PICTURE 20% PROFESSIONAL 65% TECHNICAL

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florida s registered apprenticeship program
Florida’s Registered Apprenticeship Program

Rob Grisar

Program Director

Florida Dept. of Education

Apprenticeship Office

[email protected]

why apprenticeship
1950’s FLORIDA JOB PICTURE

20% PROFESSIONAL

20% TECHNICAL

60% UNSKILLED

2000’S FLORIDA JOB PICTURE

20% PROFESSIONAL

65% TECHNICAL

15% UNSKILLED

Why Apprenticeship?
president barack obama inaugural address to congress february 24 2009
“It is our responsibility as lawmakers and educators to make this system work.  But it is the responsibility of every citizen to participate in it.  And so tonight, I ask every American to commit to at least one year or more of higher education or career training.  This can be community college or a four-year school; vocational training or an apprenticeship.  But whatever the training may be, every American will need to get more than a high school diploma.  And dropping out of high school is no longer an option.”PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMAINAUGURAL ADDRESS TO CONGRESS – FEBRUARY 24, 2009
history of apprenticeship
History of Apprenticeship
  • NATIONAL INDUSTRIAL RECOVERY ACT OF 1933
  • FITZGERALD ACT OF 1937-NATIONAL APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
  • 1947-FLORIDA APPRENTICESHIP LAW PASSED
what is apprenticeship
What is Apprenticeship?
  • STRUCTURED TRAINING PROGRAM GOVERNED BY REGISTERED STANDARDS
  • COMBINES ON THE JOB TRAINING [2,000 HOURS PER YEAR] AND RELATED TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION [144 HOURS PER YEAR]
  • HIGH TECH, HIGH SKILL, HIGH WAGE
  • INDUSTRY DRIVEN
  • VOLUNTARY
what is preapprenticeship
What is PreApprenticeship?
  • PREPARATION TO BECOME AN APPRENTICE
  • 16 YEARS OLD OR OLDER
  • ORGANIZEDCOURSEOFINSTRUCTION GOVERNED BY REGISTERED STANDARDS
  • PUBLICSCHOOLOR ELSEWHERE
  • COMPLETERS EXEMPT FROM REPEATING RTI IF JUDGED COMPETENT
  • SPONSORED BY REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM IN THE SAME TRADES
apprenticeship expedites expertise
Apprenticeship EXPEDITES Expertise

Apprenticeship Approach:Classroom training with structuredhands-on experience

Expertise(Education & Experience)

Experience

ExpertiseGap

Traditional Approach:Classroom training followed by

unstructured hands-on experience

Classroom Training

Over Time

return on investment
HOW MUCH DOES THE GOVERNMENT SPEND TO ADMINISTER APPRENTICESHIP?

325,000 apprentices

X

$15K per year =

$1 billion federal tax

$1 of government

investment =

$50 return

Return on Investment

Federal investment = $16 million

States investment = $20 million

Total public investment = $36 million

Approximately $110 per apprentice

apprenticeship is florida s most effective workforce education program
Apprenticeship is…Florida’s Most Effective WorkforceEducation Program
  • OPPAGA(Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability) http://www.oppaga.state.fl.us/Reports/pdf/0236rpt.pdf
  • CEPRI(Council for Education Policy Research and Improvement)

According to studies performed by these independent agencies:

registered apprenticeship by the numbers
Registered Apprenticeship by the Numbers
  • APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS 244
  • ACTIVE PREAPPRENTICES 10,401
  • COMPLETERS FFY 2009 2,094
  • NEW APPRENTICES FFY 2009 2,616
  • COMPLETERS FFY 2010 1,066
  • NEW APPRENTICES FFY 2010 1,274
  • OVER 1,000 D.O.L. APPRENTICEABLE OCCUPATIONS
state apprentice advisory council
State Apprentice Advisory Council
  • ADVISES THE DEPARTMENT
  • APPOINTED BY THE GOVERNOR
  • TEN MEMBERS [4 EACH FROM EMPLOYEE & EMPLOYER ORGANIZATIONS; 2 PUBLIC MEMBERS]
  • FOUR YEAR TERMS
  • MEETS TWICE PER YEAR
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Santa Rosa

Holmes

ATR Service Areas by Region

Jackson

Escambia

Nassau

Okaloosa

Gadsden

Washington

Walton

Madison

1

Leon

Hamilton

Jefferson

Calhoun

Duval

Bay

Baker

Suwannee

Columbia

Liberty

Taylor

Wakulla

Union

Bradford

Clay

Lafayette

Franklin

St. Johns

Gulf

Putnam

Dixie

Alachua

2

Gilchrist

Flagler

Levy

Levy

3

Marion

Volusia

Citrus

1

Lake

Sumter

Seminole

Lake

2

Hernando

4

Orange

5

Orange

Brevard

Pasco

3

Osceola

Hillsborough

Polk

4

Pinellas

Indian River

5

Manatee

Hardee

3

Oke.

St. Lucie

6

Highlands

6

DeSoto

Martin

Sarasota

7

Glades

Charlotte

Palm Beach

7

Hendry

8

Hendry

Lee

Broward

Program Director, Rob Grisar 321-868-7952

Collier

Miami-Dade

Monroe

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Revised 01/14/10

it s a problem
It’s a Problem…
  • TOO MANY PEOPLE ENTER APPRENTICESHIP 10 YEARS AFTER HIGH SCHOOL
  • PARENTS, CHILDREN AND EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONALS HAVE A NEGATIVE IMPRESSION OF THE TRADES
  • TOO MANY WORKERS ARE GETTING TOO OLD TO CONTINUE TO DO THE JOBS THAT ARE NEEDED TO KEEP THE COUNTRY RUNNING
  • ECONOMIC RECOVERY WILL REQUIRE MORE APPRENTICES IN BOTH TRADITIONAL AND EMERGING OCCUPATIONS
  • APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS ARE NOT TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE FULL RANGE OF OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE THROUGH THE WORKFORCE SYSTEM AND OTHER POTENTIAL PARTNERS
  • POTENTIAL PARTNERS ARE NOT AWARE OF WHAT APPRENTICESHIP HAS TO OFFER
usdol view
USDOL VIEW

“ETA encourages states to leverage new, and existing national, state and local registered apprenticeship programs and assets as a key resource in their talent development and reemployment strategies. Significant Recovery Act investments are targeted to key industries such as construction, health care, transportation, and other industries with emerging green jobs that traditionally utilize or are expected to draw heavily upon registered apprenticeship.”

TEGL 14-08

workforce apprenticeship

Employers and industries get a reliable source of skilled labor and flexible training options

Employees get valuable training opportunity and a portable credential without leaving the workforce.

Local workforce system has an avenue to promote training opportunities in key industries

Educational partners provide industry training in a way that doesn’t stretch capacity

Workforce & Apprenticeship

PARTNERSHIP THAT WORKS

converging goals
Converging Goals

“Florida will develop the state’s business climate by designing and implementing strategies that help Floridians enter, remain, and advance in the workforce, becoming more highly skilled and successful, benefiting Florida business and the entire state.”

Mission statement from Workforce Florida, Inc. 2005-2010 Strategic Plan

collaboration for success
Collaboration for Success
  • How Can Apprenticeship Positively Impact The Publicly Funded Workforce System?
  • How Can The Publicly Funded Workforce System Positively Impact Apprenticeship?
  • How Can Other Partners Be Drawn Into The Mix To Further Leverage Investments?
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