This section of the toolkit contains tutorials, desk aids, customizable forms, and resources to jump-start your apprenticeship strategy. Resources for working with businesses to develop and register apprenticeship programs are also included.
Use these resources to help you integrate apprenticeship into the workforce system as an employment and training strategy. You can view a short tutorial and read the desk aid on each topic related to different facets of service delivery.
Customize these sample templates to meet the needs of your workforce system. These documents were developed by workforce systems that use apprenticeship as a workforce strategy. They can serve as models to help you integrate apprenticeship into your services for job seekers and employers. You can modify each template to meet your needs.
Use these tools to help you incorporate apprenticeship into the business engagement strategies of your workforce system.
Visit the Apprenticeship Registration page for information on registering programs with the U.S. Department of Labor. Registration of apprenticeship programs brings a range of benefits, from a national credential for workers to tax credits and federal resources for businesses.
Take this on-line training to learn more about the apprenticeship model.
Under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, sponsors of Registered Apprenticeship programs have the opportunity to be included on state eligible training provider lists. This new provision paves the way for closer collaboration among the workforce and apprenticeship systems, expanded training opportunities for workers, and support for Registered Apprenticeship program sponsors.
FAQ For State and Local Public Workforce System
FAQ For Registered Apprenticeship Program Sponsors
Breeze Course for Public Workforce System
Breeze Course for Apprenticeship Program Sponsors
WIOA Performance Metrics