Apprenticeship Information from the Department of Labor

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The Morris County Freeholders are considering a resolution that would create a Responsible Bidders Program. The following is information about Apprenticeship Programs.

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REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP A WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY:

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP A WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY

WHAT IS REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP?:

WHAT IS REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP ? A talent development strategy created by the U.S. Department of Labor Enacted under the “Fitzgerald Act in 1937 A Combination Of: On the Job Learning = Full Time Employment Related Technical Instruction = Relevant Theoretical Courses EARN & LEARN

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ADVANTAGES:

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ADVANTAGES Investment in building a highly skilled workforce delivers a powerful competitive edge to you business! Registered Apprenticeship/Internship Offers: Proven strategies enabling your w orkforce to compete effectively in a global economy. A flexible, systematic approach for delivering ongoing talent development and capacity building. A progressive increase in the level of proficiency, efficiency and education of workforce.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO EMPLOYERS?:

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS TO EMPLOYERS? A time honored workforce development solution to impart knowledge and skills of seasoned staff to new staff. An excellent return on training investment ensuring consistency of training. Access to free training guides developed by subject matter experts. Improvement in quality/accuracy of job performance. Effective approach in the recruitment and retention of a highly competent workforce. Expansion of mentor pool. A valuable marketing strategy!!!!

ADDITIONAL EMPLOYER BENEFITS:

ADDITIONAL EMPLOYER BENEFITS Improves job satisfaction Elimination of skill gaps Support system to promote career ladders and lattices Increased productivity, quality, efficiency, and competency by cultivating a highly educated workforce. Participation in a nationally recognized workforce development system . “Deprived of information one cannot assume responsibility; but given the information, one cannot avoid responsibility.” Anonymous

APPRENTICE BENEFITS:

APPRENTICE BENEFITS On-the job learning under the tutelage of experienced and qualified staff. Occupation specific education/technical instruction. An incremental wage scale based on satisfactory progress with both on-the-job learning and related technical instruction. Training and certifications which adhere to industry/business standards.

APPRENTICE BENEFITS:

APPRENTICE BENEFITS Opportunities to receive education, develop expertise, and gain experience enabling them to carve pathways and advance in their careers . Attainment of a unique nationally recognized credential which is a benchmark of academic achievement AND actual work experience!!!

INDUSTRY SECTORS UTILIZING REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP:

INDUSTRY SECTORS UTILIZING REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP Roughly 1,000 occupational titles in diverse industry sectors have been recognized as apprenticeable – including: Advanced Manufacturing Health Care Automotive Hospitality Biotechnology Information Technology Construction Public Safety Energy Transportation, Distribution, Financial Services Logistics …. new occupations approved frequently

WHO DOES APPRENTICESHIP SERVE?:

WHO DOES APPRENTICESHIP SERVE? Incumbent Staff New Hires Youth Dislocated Workers Unemployed/Underemployed Displaced Homemakers EVERYONE!

MYTHBUSTERS:

MYTHBUSTERS Only serves those not college bound Only for construction occupations/organized industries No future-limited career path Outdated, outmoded, outlasted its usefulness Limited opportunities to participate Too much bureaucracy!!!

SETTING UP AN APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM IS: :

SETTING UP AN APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM IS: Contact your Federal Representative: Bernard E. Treml, III, State Director t reml.bernard.e.@dol.gov Michael Blatt: blatt.michael.w@dol.gov Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Hudson, Salem Nicholas Burdick : burdick.nicholas.j@dol.gov Morris, Sussex, Warren, Union John Martinez : martinez.john@dol.gov Essex, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Somerset Donna Scalia : scalia.donna@dol.gov Bergen, Mercer, Passaic

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP WEB SITES:

REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP WEB SITES U.S. Department of Labor – Employment & Training Administration - Office of Apprenticeship www.doleta.gov/oa https://apprenticeshipusa.workforcegps.org/ Dropbox of training guides: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/r6uucemwyhnywdn/S6-2ETX030 List of Apprenticeable Occupations: http://www.doleta.gov/OA/occupations.cfm Sponsor Database: http://oa.doleta.gov/oa

OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION/GUIDANCE:

OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION/GUIDANCE https://www.bls.gov/ooh https://online.onetonline.org https://www.careeronestop.org https://www.mynextmove.org http://www.myskillsmyfuture.org New Jersey Web Sites: http://www.njnextstop.org https://njcis.intocareers.org http://www.careerconnections.nj.gov

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