APPRENTICESHIP. ADVANTAGE. Washington Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board. Elizabeth Smith. 11/15/17. 2. An apprenticeship is two different things, done together for career training.. ID: 720869
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Earn While You Learn!
Washington Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board
2An apprenticeship is two different things, done together for career training.
It’s a job
APPRENTICESHIP TRAININGPROGRAMS IN WA:
BricklayerCarpenterCement MasonCosmetologistCulinary ArtsInformation TechnologyHealth care provider3
Utility Wire WorkerSlide4
APPRENTICESHIP IN WABY THE NUMBERS
In the US, there are approximately 500,000 registered apprentices. Currently there are approximately 13,000 active apprentices in Washington State.There are 239 apprenticeship sponsors in the state that administer approximately 570 different occupational training programs.Approximately 8,096 employers in Washington State train their workforce through registered apprenticeshipFACT: If the apprenticeship system was a university it would be the 4th
largest in the state, right behind, UW, WSU, and WWU4Slide5
5OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW APPRENTICESHIP IN WA
Engage in communication strategies to increase awareness about the value of registered apprenticeship – for employers, prospective apprentices, parents, and education partners. Build capacity in the current system for promoting and building registered apprenticeship in the state. Develop and allocate funding for staff to grow and facilitate work-based learning and apprenticeship connections between schools and employers.Slide6
6OPPORTUNITIES TO GROW APPRENTICESHIP IN WA
Establish and set-aside specific funding dedicated to registered apprenticeship in the community college system.
a training fund that can support start-up of fledgling registered apprenticeship efforts.Slide7
Washington State Department
of Labor & Industries WebsiteSlide8