Apprenticeship

What is an apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship is an “earn while you learn” program providing on-the-job training and related classroom instruction where the employer and other instructors teach the skills of the specific occupation. The classroom instruction is usually taught at an area technical college while the on-the-job portion occurs at the employer’s location. The term of training may vary from 2-5 years depending upon which occupation you are interested in.

 

Click the hyperlink below to review a full list of apprenticeship opportunities!

 

Apprenticeship in Wisconsin  

 

Or, reach a local Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards (BAS) representative at 715-261-8754 for further information.

Address: Wood County Human Services - River Block

111 W. Jackson St., 2nd Floor, Wisconsin Rapids WI 54495  

Phone: +1 (715) 421-8608 8

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