REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP
FOR STUDENTS

Businesses in Kansas can build a workforce by being a partner or sponsor in our Registered Apprenticeship program.

 

STUDENTS & PARENTS
INFORMATION

Registered Apprenticeship connects job seekers looking to acquire new skills with employers willing to develop qualified workers. Employers, employer associations or joint labor-management organizations (known collectively as Registered Apprenticeship sponsors) provide apprentices with paid on-the-job learning that reflects industry standards.

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YOUR TICKET TO
GAINING AN EDGE

Apprentices also receive related technical instruction through multiple approaches, including educational facilities, online instruction, vendor-delivered instruction or apprenticeship training centers that equip them with the portable skill sets needed to advance in their chosen field. The result is workers with industry-driven training and employers with a competitive edge.

HOW SCHOOL RA
PROGRAMS WORK

Employers who have a Registered Apprenticeship program may choose to partner with a local high school(s) that offers a corresponding Career and Technical Education program.  A formal agreement would be prepared between the Registered Apprenticeship sponsor, the high school, the student apprentice and parent(s) and/or guardian(s).

If a School-to-Registered Apprenticeship program is approved, the accepted high school student(s) will participate in the Registered Apprenticeship program while completing high school graduation requirements.  Students would be employed part-time while completing high school requirements.  Employment would continue following high school graduation assuming the apprentice maintains adequate progress in the program. Wages would continue on a graduated scale leading to journey worker status. 

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