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Apprenticeships, paid training programs that combine on-the-job training and classroom instruction, are an effective yet underused strategy for training workers for in-demand jobs.
We know that apprenticeship works. We’ve seen firsthand how apprenticeship models succeed in countries like Switzerland, Germany and the U.K.
Apprenticeships offer high quality training that combines work-based learning with academic instruction. They raise the earnings of workers and reduce skill shortages experienced by firms. The Labor Department's Office of Apprenticeship is leading the effort to increase the numbers and widen the occupational coverage of U.S.
A Pilatus Aircraft apprentice shows Gov. Hickenlooper and BEL Commissioner Bosshard how he applies his learning to his work building airplanes.
Iowan Joe Gomez completed an apprenticeship in culinary arts and now owns a restaurant.
A medida que transcurre el siglo 21 se vuelve más y más crítica la necesidad de tener trabajadores especializados.
This week, the Siemens Foundation had the privilege of addressing an important group gathered together for the first time: the grant recipients of the American Apprenticeship initiative. Through the initiative, the U.S.
Two decades ago Joe Gomez was sitting in a federal cell block after being convicted of selling drugs.