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Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship. Transition Specialist Fall Meeting November 15, 2018. Sponsorship. 21 of 22 TCSG Colleges are approved Registered Apprenticeship Sponsors We do all the paperwork No cost to the company. Easy Process. Apprentices enters the admissions process at a college

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Apprenticeship

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  1. Apprenticeship Transition Specialist Fall Meeting November 15, 2018

  2. Sponsorship • 21 of 22 TCSG Colleges are approved Registered Apprenticeship Sponsors • We do all the paperwork • No cost to the company

  3. Easy Process • Apprentices enters the admissions process at a college • Class schedule is centered around work schedule • Apprentice enters agreement with training provider and company

  4. Process Continued… • Apprentice earns a wage; earns increases during mastery of skills throughout the program • Apprentice may earn academic credit with credential and a national registered apprenticeship certificate.

  5. A Registered Apprenticeships are flexible, customized, proven business model for building workforce . • Industry • Leads • Apprenticeship Is a Job • Instructional Component Employers are the foundation of every apprenticeship program and lead apprentice selection, curriculum design, and program operation. Apprenticeship has an educational / training component which can include community college or Apprenticeship Training Center courses. • Apprenticeship is a job with a paid work component.

  6. Credit Academics • Supported by Hope Grant funding • Can use other traditional financial aid to pay for the training • Academic programs already in place • Apprentice receives academic credit for completion from the college

  7. Non-CreditAcademics • Can customize training to specific company needs • More flexible schedule • Apprentice cannot use financial aid or other grant fundsavailable to students in credit programs • Apprentice does not receive academic credit for completion from the college

  8. Win-Win for the Employer • Loyal workforce • Focus on company specific training • Create own pipeline for company • Potential cost savings

  9. Win-Win for the Employee • Earn as you learn • Clear career path • Motivation to learn new skills and move up • Opportunity to gain credentials

  10. Win-Win for the College • Greater engagement with our industry partners • Students have an incentive to finish their program • Students’ work experiences enhance classroom performance

  11. Facts : • Apprenticeship programs are found in businesses of all sizes and in a range of industries • Apprenticeships have been created in all sorts of occupations not just construction and skilled crafts • Over 90% of Apprentices stay with a company after completion of the program

  12. Local Workforce and WIOA • Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) • Available for programs and individuals deemed eligible by the Local Workforce Development Office

  13. WIOA • WIOA funds may be used towards: • Training costs • RTI and OJT • Wage reimbursements: • up to 75% of total apprentice(s) wage(s) • Supportive Services • Uniforms, transportation costs, child care, etc.

  14. Apprenticeships -TCSG 478 404 TCSG Growth 18% AY 2018 AY2017

  15. Georgia by the Numbers • Apprentice Count FY2011- 4732 • Apprentice Count FY2017- 8109 Growth – 71.4%

  16. In Summary…Registered Apprenticeship provides: • Apprenticeship supports the development of highly-skilled employees by: • Reducing turnover rates, • Increasing productivity and lowering the cost of recruitment • Customizing training that meets industry standards tailored to the specific needs of businesses • Builds knowledge through on-the-job learning from an experienced mentor, alongside academic coursework. • There may be other grant funded incentives for employers

  17. Apprenticeship Support Team Bill Kraus State Director Office of Apprenticeship US Department of Labor Kraus.William@dol.gov Sonya Lovelady Apprenticeship and Training Representative Office of Apprenticeship US Department of Labor lovelady@dol.gov Holly Free Apprenticeship Manager Office of Workforce Development Technical College System of Georgia hfree@tcsg.edu 404-679-1695 George Schramm Sr. Apprenticeship Specialist Office of Workforce Development Technical College System of Georgia gschramm@tcsg.edu (404) 679-1364 Jasmine Carr Apprenticeship Specialist Office of Workforce Development Technical College System of Georgia jcarr@tcsg.edu (404) 982-4930

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