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NameProcess Mapping the Apprenticeship System
DescriptionThe Advance MI Center for Apprenticeship Innovation has been working with the DOL Office of Apprenticeship's staff in Michigan and the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center to map the entire process of registering an apprenticeship program with the DOL and completing an apprentice. This presentation includes info on what they've learned and how they're putting this knowledge into an online "process guide" to help any organization interested in starting a DOL registered apprenticeship program.
FilenameAMCAI Apprenticeship Process Mapping.pdf
Filesize1.21 MB
Filetypepdf (Mime Type: application/pdf)
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Created On: 06/01/2017 11:42
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The first U.S. legislation promoting an organized system of apprenticeship was enacted in Wisconsin in 1911 and amended soon after to require that all apprentices attend classroom instruction five hours a week in addition to learning on-the-job.