Apprenticeship Missouri for Providers
Apprentices receive technical and academic instruction that applies to the job, and can be provided by a college or university, a technical school, an apprenticeship training school — or by the business itself. It can be provided at the school, online, or at the job site.
Benefits for Providers
- Connect with industry partners
- Develop consortiums
- Create stackable credentials
- Support dual credit and award credit for apprenticeship experience
- Design career pathways
- Increase enrollment
- Strengthen business relationships
- Contact Apprenticeship Missouri at email@example.com to explore apprenticeship as a training option.
- Identify the needs of local industry through labor market information and assessment of employer demand.
- Partner to meet the needs of industry demand.
- Target a talent pipeline for development.
- Identify and plan for apprentice supportive services.
- Engage employer(s) that will utilize apprenticeship and determine training needs.
- Contact the USDOL/OA for assistance in the development of the Standards of Apprenticeship.
- Develop apprenticeship standards that meet the needs of employer(s).
- Identify key roles and responsibilities for the apprenticeship.
- Determine the process of program operation, work processes, related technical instruction, and progressive wage schedule.
- Market the apprenticeship pathway to talent pipeline audiences and stakeholders.
- Develop and implement recruitment and outreach strategy.
- Assist with the enrollment of apprentices hired by employer.
- Registered Youth Apprentices will need essential skills training such as interview skills and effective communication.
- Registered Youth Apprentices may utilize optional job shadowing prior to the apprenticeship program.
- Registered Youth Apprentices will need a work permit.
- Fulfill the roles and responsibilities as identified in the Standards of Apprenticeship.