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What is an Apprenticeship Program?
Apprenticeship is a collaboration among business, industry and government organizations resulting in a skilled trade. Apprentices learn the aspects of a highly skilled occupation through on-the-job training and related instruction, while under the supervision of a journey-level craft person or trade professional. At the end of the program, the apprentice receives a certificate of completion and achieves journey worker status. Apprenticeship training requires a wide and diverse range of skills and knowledge, as well as maturity, commitment and sound judgment.
What is the term of apprenticeship?
The term of the occupation is 3 years with an OJL attainment of 6,000 hours, supplemented by the minimum required 432 hours of related instruction.
How much can I earn?
Apprentices shall be paid a progressively increasing schedule of wages based on either a percentage or a dollar amount of the current hourly journeyworker wage rate.
How do I become an apprentice?
You must meet minimum qualifications but you can get started by submitting a completed application. An apprentice is usually a full-time employee who is learning while earning, don’t delay! Get on our list of eligible applicants TODAY! Email Dave Harrison with Fastport at firstname.lastname@example.org, call Dave at 479-231-9666 or visit https://www.nationalapprenticeship.org/
Ammonia Technician Application
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