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Apprenticeships. Overview. What are apprenticeships? Why do an apprenticeship? Types of apprenticeships How to apply for an apprenticeship. Page Title. What is an apprenticeship? Training strategy On-the-job training – 90% of the program Sponsored by employers

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Overview
Overview

  • What are apprenticeships?

  • Why do an apprenticeship?

  • Types of apprenticeships

  • How to apply for an apprenticeship


Page title
Page Title

What is an apprenticeship?

Training strategy

On-the-job training – 90% of the program

Sponsored by employers

Related training by MATC – about 144 hrs/yr

Earning a wage while on the job and in classroom

Written contract between apprentice, sponsor and state of WI

wages

length of time

skills to be learned

classroom hours

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Why choose an apprenticeship?

Earn money while you learn a trade

Gives experience to entry level people

Lifetime skill

Enhances job security

Skills are transferable to other employers and other locations

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Types of apprenticeships

3 Categories:

Construction

Industrial/Manufacturing

Service

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Construction

Bricklayer

Carpenter

Cement Mason

Construction Craft

Electrician

HVAC

Installer-Technician

Glazier

Heat/Frost Insulator

Iron Worker

Operating Engineer

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Painter & Decorator

Plasterer

Plumber

Roofer

Sheet Metal Worker

Sprinklerfitter

Steamfitter

Teledata Communications


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How to apply for construction

Application to local trade committee

Letter of introduction

Find an employer to sponsor you

Committee may give you a list of employers

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Electrician example
Electrician Example

Applicants must be at least 17

HS diploma

Algebra with a grade of “C” or higher

May need aptitude test

Physically able to perform the trade

Valid driver’s license

Apply to:

Madison Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Committee

Madison, WI


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Industrial Apprenticeships

Industrial Electrician

Instrument Technician

Machinist

Maintenance Mechanic

Millwright

Metal Fabricator

Pipefitter

Tool and Die Maker

Tool Maker

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Industrial apprenticeship example
IndustrialApprenticeshipExample

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age

Entry requirements vary by employers

High school diploma or equivalent

Physically able to perform trade

Applicants apply directly to participating employers


Service ApprenticeshipsBarber/Cosmetologist Electric Line WorkerChildcare Development Fire ServiceCook/Chef Funeral DirectorCorrectional Officer


Barber cosmetology
Barber/Cosmetology

  • Find a cooperating employer

  • Classroom 4 hrs/wk

  • Work at least 32 hrs/wk

  • Complete 4,000 hours

  • Test for licensure after program completion


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Preparing for Entry to Apprenticeships

Physical and mental readiness

Academics requirements will vary from trade to trade

Many require strong math background

especially algebra and geometry

A written test may be required

If you don’t meet the academic requirements,

you may need to take an MATC course.

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Make sure you check the MATC website for

All the complete information on apprenticeships

http://matcmadison.edu/apprenticeships


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