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Michigan’s Downriver Institutions ‘To Reap Benefits’ Of $4 Million Apprenticeship Grant

Published on Thursday, March 26, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(DETROIT, MICHIGAN) - With a potential recession on the horizon, economic development organizations need to figure out what buttons to push - and the Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN) presents one such option. A non-profit consortium comprised of nine community colleges and six Michigan Works! Agencies, WIN recently won a $4 million grant from the U.S. more»

Apprenticeship ‘Can Make A Real Difference’ & ‘Opens The Doors Of Opportunity’

Published on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
masslive.com Editor’s Note: This Labor Perspective was authored by Tonja Mettlach, the Executive Director of the Massachusetts Workforce Association, and Patrick Mitchell, the Director of Apprenticeship Expansion & Work-based Learning at the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. A quick glance at on-line job more»

‘Apprenticeship In Motion’ Brings ‘Apprenticeships 2.0’ To West Virginia

Published on Sunday, March 22, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Huntington (West Virginia) Herald-Dispatch Editor’s Note: Dave Lavender is one of two new Apprenticeship in Motion (AIM-WV) Coordinators with Workforce and Industry Training at the West Virginia Development Office. Go on-line at https://westvirginia.gov/incentives-and-programs/apprenticeship-in-motion/ to find out more about Apprenticeships in West more»

The NABTU On Final IRAP Rule From The U.S. Department Of Labor: Final Rule ‘Rightfully Recognizes’ The Unionized Construction Industry ‘As The Standard Bearer’ In The Workforce Development Space

Published on Thursday, March 19, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) have issued the following statement from President Sean McGarvey regarding the final Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs (IRAP) Rule from the U.S. Department of Labor: On June 15th, 2017, the Trump Administration issued Executive Order No. 13801 seeking to expand more»

Apprenticeships Offer Training, Education - On The Farm

Published on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(BELLEVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA) - Jessica Matthews wasn’t raised on a farm. Until she started working on Hameau Farm, she’d never even been around dairy cows. She grew up in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, just outside of Philadelphia - one of the largest cities in the U.S. She got a degree in psychology and worked in that field. A growing interest more»

Labor Perspective From U.S. Secretary Of Labor Eugene Scalia: New Labor Department Apprenticeship Rule Can Help American Businesses Build Workforce

Published on Sunday, March 15, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Running a business and need more Skilled Workers? If you’re not considering Apprenticeships, then you’re behind the curve. Top American companies, including IBM, CVS Health and Lockheed Martin, now rely on Apprenticeships to attract and train Workers. A rule just issued by the U.S. Department of Labor will help even more American businesses more»

Construction Labor Unions ‘Score A Major Regulatory Victory:’ U.S. Labor Department ‘Sides With’ Construction Unions On Apprenticeship Rule

Published on Friday, March 13, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Construction Labor Unions have scored a major regulatory victory as the U.S. Department of Labor’s (USDOL) long-awaited final rule on Apprenticeships retains the construction industry’s exclusion from new “industry-recognized” training and education programs for those seeking to enter its workforce. That more»

Apprenticeship Rules Relaxed Over Coronavirus Fears

Published on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - Apprentices will be allowed a break in learning if they cannot be assessed due to the Coronavirus. The change means that there will be no financial penalty if assessments get delayed because of assessor illness or Covid-19 related measures – which would ordinarily be the case if there was a Break In Learning (BIL) under the more»

U.S. Apprenticeship Programs ‘Get $100 Million Boost’ - Department Of Labor Announces Funds As Part Of Their ‘Closing The Skills Gap’ Initiative

Published on Monday, March 9, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - The U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) has announced it is awarding $100 million in Federal Grants to 28 Public-Private Apprenticeship Programs across the United States - the Apprenticeship: Closing the Skills Gap Program targets funding Apprenticeships in the fields of IT, Health Care, and Advanced Manufacturing. Secretary of Labor more»

‘Effort & Opportunity’ - The Building Trades ‘Have Seen A Welcomed Increase’ Of Women In The Ranks In Recent Years

Published on Thursday, March 5, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA) - According to data from the U. S. Department of Labor, there are significantly more women in Trades’ professions than there were in prior decades. Since the year 2000, there are 23% more women working in construction nationally, 43% more working in transportation and materials moving and 40% more working in protection more»

Our Teens ‘Need To Know’ That Trade Jobs ‘Are Sitting Empty’

Published on Tuesday, March 3, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
I talk with a lot of Moms about how hard it is to find a good Handyman, Plumber or someone who can come and service their riding lawn mower. When we actually get someone who can do the work, they are booked so far out that we have to wait months to get our repairs done. Some of us have partners who are handy, but who simply don’t have the time to more»

The Trades Just ‘Aren't Just For The Guys’ And Journeywoman Welder & Ironworker Danielle Shaw ‘Wants Women To Know That’

Published on Sunday, March 1, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Journeywoman Welder and Ironworker Danielle Shaw wants women to know that the Trades aren't just for the guys. The Chief caught up with the 36-year-old Journeywoman Welder and Ironworker while she was on her lunch break on the job at a Burnaby Oil Refinery in British Columbia, Canada. What follows is an edited version of that conversation: Q: How did you more»

‘A View From Across The Pond:’ Do Apprenticeships Have An ‘Image’ Problem? Is It Time To ‘Rebrand’ Them?

Published on Friday, February 28, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Let's sort out Apprenticeships' image problem, says Paul Freeman of Global Knowledge UK, a leader in IT, best practice and business skills training. There remains a stigma around Apprenticeships - which is pitifully out of date, especially when the scope of available roles and qualifications is more wide-ranging than ever. Recent research by the City more»

New Jersey Department Of Labor And Workforce Development Distributes More Than $3 Million To Support A Variety Of Apprenticeship Efforts

Published on Wednesday, February 26, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(TRENTON, NEW JERSEY) - The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development (NJDOL) announced that more than $3 million will be distributed among 12 organizations to foster Apprenticeship opportunities that will see the hiring of 1,264 new Apprentices. All of these Apprentices will be making $15-an-hour or more. The funds were made available more»

‘Skills For Life:’ Finding Success In The Skilled Trades

Published on Monday, February 24, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
The Skilled Trades are occupations that require special skills, knowledge or abilities - and often, these skills can be obtained with less schooling (and debt) than a four-year degree. Many people associate the Trades with the manufacturing and construction industries, but they can be found in technology, energy and health care as well. The following more»

From Our Friends Up In Canada: Ontario High School Students Could Be Fully Trained Plumbers & Electricians By The Age Of 20, Thanks To New Program Collaboration

Published on Friday, February 21, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(WINDSOR, ONTARIO/CANADA) - Windsor-Essex Electricians and Plumbers could be fully qualified to work by the time they are 20 years old - that's if they take advantage of an expanding Canadian Skilled Trades Program on which the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board and St. Clair College have been collaborating on. "I was doing work around the house more»

New Pre-Apprenticeship Opportunity In Ohio

Published on Wednesday, February 19, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(ACROSS THE STATE OF OHIO) - It’s even easier than ever to get started in a new career. The Ohio Carpenters’ Joint Apprenticeship and Training Program is offering a new direct-entry Pre-Apprenticeship Program at no cost. This 40-hour class offered during evenings or weekends acts as a condensed orientation into Carpentry, Millwright, Pile more»

Indiana Laborers Invest $2.5 Million In Training Facility

Published on Monday, February 17, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(BEDFORD, INDIANA) - The Indiana Laborers’ District Council is investing $2.5 million in its training facility in Bedford. Business Manager David Frye said the funding will support extensive enhancements to the center and the future of high quality construction in Indiana. "The Indiana Laborers’ Union is investing in the future of our more»

Demand For Construction Workers ‘Is Growing’ In Rochester, New York & Those Currently Serving Apprentices ‘Are Hoping For A Lifetime Of Work’

Published on Thursday, February 13, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(ROCHESTER, NEW YORK) - Dillon Callaghan is hopeful the training he's receiving today will set him up for success for years to come. “What I’m learning here will last a lifetime," said Callaghan, 19. He's part of the Rochester Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Program. Callaghan and dozens of his counterparts will spend the next five years more»

Seeking Tech Talent, Companies ‘Kickstart’ Apprenticeship Programs - Bosch, Barclays & IBM Are Hiring Applicants ‘Without’ College Degrees To Fill Entry-Level Tech Roles

Published on Tuesday, February 11, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(FARMINGTON HILLS, MICHIGAN) - Companies challenged by the shortage of skilled Technology Staff are using an old-fashioned method – Apprenticeships - to recruit non-traditional Workers for entry-level roles. The applicants, many with just a high-school education, are getting months of training in digital skills, including programming languages such more»

‘Words Of Wisdom From The Great White North’ - ‘Debunking Five Myths’ About The Skilled Trades, From Addressing Skills & Labor Shortages To The Fact That Young People ‘Should Be Encouraged To Seek Careers In Trades And Technology’

Published on Sunday, February 9, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(WATERLOO, ONTARIO/CANADA) - Manufacturing growth is being affected by companies that are having trouble filling positions that require skills. Meanwhile, outdated misconceptions about working in the Skilled Trades and Technology Fields continue and they represent a significant obstacle that must be overcome to address a serious labor shortage that is more»

“It’s ‘Not A Job - It’s A Career:” Queens, New York Residents ‘Set Their Sights On Upcoming Pathways To’ Apprenticeship Course

Published on Thursday, February 6, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(QUEENS, NEW YORK) – After a long and difficult struggle, 696 Build Queensbridge Director K. Bain and Laborers Local 79 Organizer Bernard Callegari have succeeded in bringing a neighborhood-based Pre-Apprenticeship Program to one of the most underserved communities in New York City. About 100 young men and women, mainly residents of the Queensbridge more»

Teens ‘Need To Know They Can Make Money’ In Trade Careers – ‘High-Paying Jobs Are Available For Students Who Choose’ Trade School Or Vocational Or Technical Education Instead Of Bachelor’s Degree Programs

Published on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
My son is 15 and will be starting his junior year of high school. The talk of going to college is buzzing all around while no other options are even suggested half as much. There seems to be such a stigma around not going off to school to earn a Bachelor’s ­Degree and I don’t think this is fair to our kids. My son probably won't go to more»

What A Great Idea! - Cleveland Area Boy Scouts Partner With Plumbers Local 55 JATC For Merit Badge Project

Published on Sunday, February 2, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(CLEVELAND, OHIO) - A partnership between Cleveland area Boy Scouts Troops and the Plumbers Local 55 Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) is helping Scouts earn a merit badge. Growing up, Local 55 Training Director Jason Shank was a Boy Scout and he is proud to be able to help current scouts learn about the plumbing industry. In addition to more»

UA Welding Instructor Is ‘Excited To Help’ Soldiers ‘Transition Back Into’ Civilian Life

Published on Thursday, January 30, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(FORT CARSON, COLORADO) - The United Association Veterans in Piping (UA/VIP) Program Fort Carson Welding Class 17 is off to a great start with a new batch of active-duty transitioning Military Service Members learning entry-level welding skills. Fort Carson UA VIP Welding Instructor Jason Smith is excited to help this group re-familiarize themselves with more»

Employment Connection Working To ‘Increase The Pipeline’ Of Minority Construction Workers

Published on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI) - Employment Connection is a non-profit St. Louis Community asset, helping to alleviate barriers to self-sufficiency for individuals with limited opportunities for more than 40 years. Founded in 1977, the Employment Connection provides valuable resources, training and support to inspire and empower individuals to change their more»

New Apprenticeship Program In Utah Uses Swiss European Model To Provide Students Training For Advanced Manufacturing Through A ‘Hybrid’ That Blends Training With Coursework At A Community College

Published on Sunday, January 26, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH) - A Swiss company is bringing its Apprenticeship Model to Utah to build a skilled workforce for its new facility in this country. The Swiss model, applauded by the Trump Administration and broadly supported by the public, has students split time between classes and paid, on-the-job training to get skills for a specific industry. more»

Apprenticeship: ‘It Means Having A Future’ - Ironworkers Local 86 Apprentice’s Success Story Catches State Of Washington Governor’s Attention

Published on Thursday, January 23, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(SEATTLE, WASHINGTON) - Sometimes, all it takes to start someone on the path to a good-paying family-supporting career is a few words of encouragement. Just ask Robert Arce. When he and his fiancée moved to Washington from California, he was struggling to get by - bouncing from low-wage job to low-wage job. At one point, Arce was homeless and more»

The University Of Florida Opens An On-Line Version Of A Master Beekeeper Apprenticeship Program

Published on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA) - We've all heard of the plight and decline of global bee populations, due to factors including pesticides, drought and habitat destruction - but now there's a way to get involved and it's giving aspiring Florida beekeepers something to buzz about. The University of Florida (UF) recently launched their new Master Beekeeper Program, more»

Two Regional New York State Unions - The New England Carpenters Training Fund & The Finishing Trades Institute - Begin Apprentice Recruitment Drives

Published on Sunday, January 19, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(HUDSON VALLEY, NEW YORK) - Two regional Unions are holding recruitment drives - both are open for 12 months and each are only seeking a few Apprentices as Glaziers and Cabinetmakers. The Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for The Finishing Trades Institute of New York at Wappingers Falls will conduct a recruitment from January 23rd, 2020 through more»

Regional Apprenticeship Programs Paying Off - Roanoke Valley, Virginia Students Getting Training, Paychecks & High School Credit

Published on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(SALEM, VIRGINIA) – Fast food, babysitting or retail is what most high school students do to earn money. But there’s something new happening. Salem, Roanoke County and Roanoke City schools are teaming up for a regional approach to Apprenticeships for students. “My favorite part about it is I’m moving a lot. I’m working more»

‘Closing The Skills Gap With’ Apprenticeships: Costs Vs. Benefits

Published on Monday, January 13, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
In my previous post, I talked about the “buy or build” choice for closing the skills gap. Do you compete in a tight Labor Market (buy) or train new Workers yourself (build)? In this post I review the costs and benefits of the latter option - building a skilled workforce with an Apprenticeship Program. First, let’s review some of the more»

New Illinois Economic Policy Institute Study Finds Illinois’ Construction Apprenticeship Programs ‘Rival’ State Colleges and Universities ‘On Key Performance Metrics’

Published on Friday, January 10, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(LA GRANGE, ILLINOIS) - From the number of training hours and graduation rates to the diversity of classes and the lifetime earnings of graduates, Illinois’ Joint Labor-Management Construction Apprenticeship Programs are rivaling - and in some cases exceeding - the performance of the State’s Colleges and Universities, according to a new study more»

The New Jersey State Assembly Advances Two Bills Aimed At ‘Strengthening Access To’ Apprenticeship Programs

Published on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(TRENTON, NEW JERSEY) - The New Jersey State Assembly Appropriations Committee has approved two measures to bolster Apprenticeships in the state: Assembly Bill 4655 would creates a tuition-fee waiver for Apprenticeship Programs; and Assembly Bill 4657 would establish a Youth Apprenticeship Program in the Department of Education. “The state should more»

In England, Education Think Tank Issues Report That ‘Accuses’ Apprenticeship Levy Paid By Big Employers ‘Is Being Used On Low-Skilled Jobs Or Re-Labelling Existing Posts, Rather Than’ Training

Published on Monday, January 6, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Half of Apprenticeship courses in England have been accused of being "fake" by an Education Think Tank, EDSK, which says an Apprenticeship levy - paid by big employers - is being used on low-skilled jobs or re-labelling existing posts, rather than training. Tom Richmond, the Think Tank's Director, said the Apprenticeship scheme was "descending into more»

“This Is A Great Career For A Lot Of People:” Working To ‘Shine A Light’ On The Benefits Of Working In The Electric Industry

Published on Thursday, January 2, 2020 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(EUGENE, OREGON) - The owners of Balanced Electric in Junction City, Oregon are working to shine a light on the electric industry. Michelle Ericson and Kim McBride mostly do residential wiring and install backup generators for homeowners. Both have more than 25 years of experience in the industry. Ericson and McBride said more people should consider an more»

Tech Job ‘Access For All’ - New Yorkers Of ‘All’ Backgrounds, ‘From Across The Income Spectrum, Deserve A Shot At Upward Mobility’

Published on Tuesday, December 31, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
The New York Daily News’ Editor’s Note: Jonathan Bowles serves as Executive Director of the Center for an Urban Future, a New York City-based Think Tank and Eli Dvorkin is CUF’s Editorial and Policy Director. New York City’s thriving Tech Sector has become a crucial source of Middle Class jobs, but too few of those jobs are more»

It Was “Definitely A Huge Weight Off Of My Shoulders Knowing I Had A Skill And A Job When I Got Out” - United Association’s Veterans In Piping Program Grad ‘Feels Sense Of Job Security’ With The UA

Published on Sunday, December 29, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(FORT CARSON, COLORADO) - United Association Veterans in Piping (UA VIP) Fort Carson Welding Class 11 Graduate and Army Staff Sergeant Daniel Welch feels he’s ahead of his peers after graduating from the VIP Program. Since graduating from the free, 18-week Career Skills Welding class at Fort Carson, Welch has been working as a UA Apprentice: “I more»

‘An Awesome Opportunity’ - Pilot Apprenticeship Program In Pennsylvania Set To Launch For Teachers & Child Care Workers

Published on Thursday, December 26, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(JOHNSTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA) - The Learning Lamp will soon launch an Apprenticeship Program designed to allow some aspiring Teachers to earn a college degree in education without incurring debt, the head of the Johnstown-based education and child care non-profit says. Six Employees of The Learning Lamp will begin earning college credits on-line through the more»

Cheers! - Montana Apprenticeship Program Graduates ‘First’ Brewer

Published on Tuesday, December 24, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(HELENA, MONTANA) - To celebrate his graduation, Nicholas Balcken likely raised a glass - of Blackfoot River Brewing Company beer. Balcken became the first participant in the Montana Registered Apprenticeship Program to receive a Professional Brewer Certificate. With this credential, the Blackfoot River Brewing Company Employee said: “I hope to be more»

Apprenticeship & Training Programs Are Under Attack From Pennsylvania Republicans - Pennsylvania Building and Construction Trades Council ‘Adamantly Opposes’ Each Piece Of Legislation, Saying They Were A ‘Dangerous Proposition’

Published on Sunday, December 22, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(HARRISBURG, PENNSYLVANIA) - A Pennsylvania House panel is hearing from a range of tradesman on a trio of bills that could reform state requirements for apprenticeship and Training Programs. The state House Labor and Industry Committee has received testimony on House Bills 1746, 1840 and 2041, each addressing some facet of state standards on job training more»

‘Rethinking The Role’ Of Apprenticeship: ‘Why U.S. Companies Should Invest In’ Apprenticeships

Published on Thursday, December 19, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Some of the world's most prosperous economies - including Germany, Australia and the United Kingdom - have robust Apprenticeship Systems. School leavers and job changers in those countries can access education and training that leads directly to the workplace, while the companies that sponsor them get top-quality Workers with the precise skills they need. more»

Carpenters’ New Training Center In New Hampshire Seen As A ‘Stepping Stone’ To The Middle Class

Published on Tuesday, December 17, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE) - When Tracey Loftis began his Apprenticeship with the Carpenters’ Union, he had to commute more than an hour from his home in Manchester to the Union’s Training Facility in Millbury, located just south of Worcester - but with the recent opening of a new Carpenters’ Training Facility in Manchester, Carpenters more»

‘Why We Desperately Need To Bring Back’ Vocational Training In Schools

Published on Sunday, December 15, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Throughout most of U.S. History, American High School Students were routinely taught vocational and job-ready skills along with the three Rs: Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. Indeed, readers of a certain age are likely to have fond memories of huddling over wooden workbenches learning a craft such as woodwork or maybe metal work, or any one of the hands-on more»

Illinois Operating Engineers Local Invests In Simulators To Train Heavy Equipment Operators In Order To Meet Industry’s ‘Persistent Demand For Qualified’ Workers

Published on Friday, December 13, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS) – In order to help meet the industry’s persistent demand for Heavy Equipment Operators, Local 150 of the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) has gone virtual. Facing a bottleneck in getting Apprentices ready to operate heavy iron, the Union went all in on simulators and is now running 11 of the Vortex more»

‘Lack’ Of City Tech Apprenticeships ‘Hurts’ New Yorkers, Report Says

Published on Wednesday, December 11, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(NEW YORK CITY) - As Amazon, Facebook and Google lead a Tech Boom in the city, a new report points to Apprenticeships - long a recruiting tool of the Building Trades - as a way to allow more New Yorkers to benefit from digital jobs while ensuring the city has the talent employers need. The problem, according to the Center for an Urban Future (CUF) report, more»

Onondaga Community College In Syracuse Announces The Launch Of A Machinist Apprenticeship Program ‘To Help Fill The Skills Gap’

Published on Monday, December 9, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(SYRACUSE, NEW YORK) - An on-the-job Apprenticeship Training Program is about to launch to fill the gaps for a lack of qualified talent in Central New York for Machinists and Toolmakers. Onondaga Community College will partner with two local companies to offer the free training and Mike Metzgar - who serves as the Community College’s Associate Vice more»

A Labor Perspective From North America’s Building Trades Unions President Sean McGarvey: Apprenticeships, An ‘Overlooked Ticket to the Middle Class,’ Are Being Threatened

Published on Thursday, December 5, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
Every day we hear news stories about the growing skills gap, college debt and workforce shortages, but what we do not hear about are the high-quality, debt-free education opportunities that Construction Registered Apprenticeship Programs afford tens of thousands of Americans. These tickets to the Middle Class are improving lives daily for men and women more»

‘Spread The Word:’ How Apprenticeship ‘Can Benefit The Bottom Line' Of A Small Business

Published on Tuesday, December 3, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
A recent report by McKinsey found that approximately 14.7 million U.S. Workers may face job displacement due to automation by 2030. Younger folks entering the workforce have traditionally turned to jobs in retail and food service, and both of these sectors are due to turn toward automation to replace human employees. That means a significant portion of more»

KION North America Awards Five Apprenticeships To High School Juniors, Seniors & Graduates, Affording Them ‘At No Cost’ A Minimum Of 2,000 Hours Of Job-Specific Skills And Half Of Their Associate’s Degree

Published on Sunday, December 1, 2019 in Apprenticeship and Training News
(SUMMERVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA) - In conjunction with Apprenticeship Carolina and New America, KION North America participated in Trident Technical College’s two-day training event in mid-November – an effort designed to assist state and local communities in developing Youth Apprenticeship Programs. “The two-day training event showcased the more»