The registered apprenticeship model gives employers an opportunity to build a workforce trained to meet their specific skill needs. Apprenticeships offer a flexible training solution, aligned with national and company-specific standards resulting in a well-skilled, well-rounded worker ready for a professional career in the company.

Benefits for Businesses

Registered Apprenticeships help businesses thrive.  For every dollar spent on apprenticeship, employers get an average of $1.47 back in increased productivity (U.S. Department of Labor).


  • Develop highly-skilled, highly productive employees
  • Reduce turnover rates
  • Increase productivity
  • Lower recruitment costs
  • Increase safety in the workplace
  • Create a more diverse workforce and new pool of workers

Develop a Registered Apprenticeship Program

A Business Services Representative at your local workforce center will work with you and your partners to:

  • Understand the registered apprenticeship training and employment model
  • Identify roles within your organization that align to existing apprenticeship programs
  • Connect you with appropriate resources to assist with creating and maintaining a program
  • Assist you with recruiting candidates and making program updates as your workforce needs evolve

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Get Started

Contact your local workforce Business Services Representative to schedule an initial meeting. Learn more>


Partner Resources

Registered Apprenticeship Program Coordinator

Denise Miller, Ed.D. State Coordinator for Apprenticeships and Experiential Learning​