Apprenticeship Programs: Earn and Learn
Harper’s registered apprenticeship programs are unique, flexible instruction programs combining job related credit courses with structured on-the-job learning experiences. An apprenticeship is first and foremost a job and comes with substantial training and the development of transferable skills, which is beneficial to the employer and the employee. The goal for our apprenticeship programs is to provide workers with advanced skill sets that meet the specific needs of employers.
What is an Apprenticeship Program?
Registered apprenticeships have been utilized to meet the needs of America’s skilled workforce for more than 80 years. These apprenticeship training programs are available in 1,500 occupations across 170 industries found in businesses of all sizes and last 1–5 years. Apprenticeship programs are for ambitious people of all ages who want to earn a salary while they learn, gaining real skills and knowledge. These programs offer employers the opportunity to strengthen and build their workforce providing a tailored high-quality talent pipeline. In this regard, registered apprenticeship programs effectively meet the needs of both employers and job-seekers.