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REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP Building A Skilled Workforce In The 21 st Century. About Us:. The Office of Apprenticeship, Employer and Labor Services (OATELS) and the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT) have been combined and our official title is now: “Office of Apprenticeship (OA)”

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REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP

Building A Skilled Workforce In The 21st Century

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About Us:

  • The Office of Apprenticeship, Employer and Labor Services (OATELS) and the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT) have been combined and our official title is now:

“Office of Apprenticeship (OA)”

  • Office of Apprenticeship engages in partnership activities to ensure quality Apprenticeship Programs by providing on-going technical assistance.
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About Us:

  • Registered apprenticeship is a voluntary industry-driven training program. An apprenticeship program can be implemented by employers, employer associations or a partnership of business and a labor union.
  • OA staff is responsible for the development of marketing materials and conducting public awareness programs that explain the many benefits of Registered Apprenticeship.
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What is Registered Apprenticeship?

KEY ELEMNTS OF APPRENTICESHIP

  • Employment
  • Structured, on-the-job learning
  • Related Instruction
  • Incremental wage increases as skill and productivity levels increase
  • Development of employees by qualified mentors
targeted industries
Targeted Industries
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Geospatial Technology
  • Health Care
  • Information Technology
  • Child Care
  • Aerospace
  • Hospitality
  • Energy
  • Construction
  • Security
  • Financial Services
  • Social Services
  • Retail
  • Automotive
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What is Registered Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeship in the 21st century is keeping pace with economic changes and offers a competency- based training system, interim credentials, and career lattice opportunities in high growth, high demand industries

benefits registered apprenticeship
Benefits Registered Apprenticeship
  • Business and Labor
  • Work Force
  • Community Colleges
  • Economy
office of apprenticeship goals
Office of ApprenticeshipGoals
  • Expand Employer Access to the Apprenticeship System
  • Strengthen Linkages with Workforce Investment & Educational Systems
  • Enhance the Quality of Apprenticeship Programs
  • Increase Number of Apprentices
myths of registered apprenticeship
Myths of Registered Apprenticeship

Registered apprenticeship is for large employers, union shops and the building trades only.

Fact:

  • 32,000+ Registered Apprenticeship Programs
  • 250,000 participating employers
  • Over ½ Million Apprentices
  • Open shops, Union shops, Associations
  • Small and large businesses
  • Over 900 approved apprentice occupations
apprenticeship in america
Apprenticeship in America
  • Today there are more than 32,000 registered apprenticeship programs
  • Representing 250,000 separate employers
  • Who offer Apprenticeship training to more than 500,000 Apprentices
apprenticeship in idaho
Apprenticeship in Idaho
  • Today Idaho has 220 DOL apprenticeship programs
  • Representing 400+ separate employers
  • Who offer Apprenticeship training to more than 1200 Apprentices
common performance measures
Common Performance Measures

Under WIA, there are four performance measures for adults and dislocated worker programs.  Registered Apprenticeship programs meet all criteria and apprentices are employed and trained simultaneously.

  • Entry into unsubsidized employment: 
  • Retention in unsubsidized employment:   
  • Earnings received in unsubsidized employment six months after entry into employment:
  • Attainment of a recognized credential related to achievement of educational skills.   
use of workforce investment act funds to support for registered apprenticeship
Use of Workforce Investment Act Funds to Support for Registered Apprenticeship

WIA Funds may be used to Support New and/or Established Apprenticeship Programs.

Examples of allowable activities include:

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Example:

  • Since 2004, Guam’s Governor, state Workforce Investment Board (WIB), has supported the WIA apprenticeship training pilot partnership with the Guam Shipyard and Guam Power Authority. Since inception, nearly $1.4 million in WIA funding has been invested.
  • The Durham,North CarolinaWIB recently issued a RFP for a health care initiative which integrates apprenticeship for the Certified Nursing Assistant level.
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Example:

  • ThePennsylvania’s Job Ready program, which is a combination of WIA and private funds, supports apprenticeship training programs. Governor’s $5 million fund for workforce training supports apprenticeship programs and the local WIBs also regularly support apprenticeship training.
  • West Virginia State WIB has funded apprenticeship programs in aerospace and wastewater treatment.
  • The Winston-Salem WIB granted $15,000 to a tool & die trade program.
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Example:

  • KansasWIB’s pay the cost of related instruction and purchase uniforms and tools for apprentices.
  • South Dakotaprovides $50,000 to 10 sponsors to help pay for related instruction from the Governor’s WIA Discretionary Fund.
school to apprenticeship
School To Apprenticeship
  • The School-to-Registered Apprenticeship (STRA) Program allows high school students the opportunity to participate in apprenticeship training as a part of their high school classroom activities.
  • Students wishing to be considered for participation in a STRA Program must be at least 16 years of age and a third year (junior) student in high school.
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School To Apprenticeship
  • May begin in Junior Year
  • Minimum Age of 16 allowed in apprenticeship
  • Work a reduced work day/work week
  • Direct transition from part-time to full-time upon graduation
  • Must stay in school to participate
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School To Apprenticeship
  • Youth Apprenticeship systems require three components:
    • School-based learning
    • Work-based learning
    • Connecting Components
  • A planned program of training and work experiences to coordinate with school-based learning.
  • A true "integration" of learning at school and at work with "connecting activities."
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Contact Info:Bill Kober, State DirectorU.S. Dept. of Labor/OA1150 N. Curtis Rd., #204Boise, ID 83706Ph#: 208-321-2973kober.william@dol.gov