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  • 1. REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP
    • A WORK BASED LEARNING STRATEGY
  • 2. WHAT IS REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP?
    • A talent development training system sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, enacted under the “Fitzgerald Act” in 1937.
    • On the Job Learning - Full Time Paid Employment
    • Related Instruction - Relevant Theoretical Courses
  • 3. EMPLOYERS GAIN
    • A flexible systematic approach for providing ongoing talent development and capacity building.
    • An increase in the education, skill, experience and productivity levels of staff.
    • Proven strategies which prepare your workforce to compete effectively in a global economy.
    • An excellent return on talent development ensuring consistency of training .
  • 4. EMPLOYERS GAIN
    • A valuable marketing strategy.
    • An effective approach in the recruitment and retention of a highly qualified workforce.
    • Increased productivity, quality and competency by cultivating a highly proficient and educated workforce.
  • 5. EMPLOYEES RECEIVE
    • On-the-job learning under the guidance of experienced and qualified staff.
    • Occupation specific education/technical instruction.
    • Training and certifications which adhere to industry/business standards.
    • Opportunities to receive education, develop expertise and gain experience which enable them to advance in their careers.
  • 6. EMPLOYEES RECEIVE
    • Elimination of skill gaps.
    • Support system to promote career ladders and lattices.
    • A nationally recognized credential, which is a benchmark of academic achieve and actual job experience.
  • 7. DIVERSITY REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP
    • 950+ occupations in diverse industry sectors have been recognized as apprenticeable:
    • Advanced Manufacturing Health Care
    • Automotive Homeland Security
    • Biotechnology Hospitality
    • Energy Information Technology
    • Finance Services Transportation
  • 8. SIMPLE STEPS TO SET UP REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS
    • Contact Your Federal Representative: 732-750-9191
    • Debra Paul: [email_address]
    • Bergen, Essex, Hudson & Union Counties
    • Donna Scalia: [email_address]
    • Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Passaic, Somerset,
    • Sussex and Warren Counties
    • Joann Tomenchok: [email_address]
    • Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland,
    • Gloucester, Monmouth, Ocean & Salem Counties
  • 9. REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP WEB SITES
    • U.S. Department of Labor – Employment & Training Administration – Office of Apprenticeship
    • http://www.doleta.gov/oa
    • Workforce3One-Community of Practice
    • http://21stcenturyapprenticeship.workforce3one.org/
    • Workforce New Jersey Public Information Network
    • http://www.wnjpin.state.nj.us/
  • 10. OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION
    • http://online.onetcenter.org
    • www.careeronestop.org
    • www.njnextstop.org/
    • www.careervoyages.org
    • www.workforce3one.org
    • www.dolchallenge.ideascale.com