Apprenticeship Core Components

Apprenticeship Employee Driven ImageEmployer Driven

An apprenticeship is essentially a job. The apprentice must be hired by a company. Investing in an apprentice shows companies want the employee to build a career there.

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The company chooses a mentor to train the apprentice in On the Job Learning. This person should be a seasoned expert with company knowledge to share.

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Harper College provides the educational component of the apprenticeship program. All of our apprenticeships are AAS degrees that can be transferred to a 4-year institution later.

Apprenticeship Wage Increase ImageAnnual Wage Increases

Apprentices should receive a wage increase at least annually to recognize the increase in skills, experience, and credentials gained. The wage schedule is between the apprentice and company.

Apprenticeship National Credentials ImageNational Credentials

The apprenticeship program results in a nationally recognized credential from the Department of Labor certifying that the apprentice is fully qualified for their occupation.

 

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