Apprenticeship and Work-Based Learning (WBL) Showcase

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Why Use SkillsCommons for WBL and Apprenticeships?

Learn how and why SkillsCommons resources can benefit your apprenticeship and work-based learning programs by supporting your mentors, managers and apprentices.

Supporting WBL and Apprenticeships with SkillsCommons

Exemplary Apprenticeship Projects

This project showcase highlights a variety of exemplary Work-Based Learning (WBL) programs of study developed by TAACCCT grantees across multiple sectors—manufacturing, health, information technology (IT), finance, and energy—and geographic locations. The WBL models shown here encompass a range of activities that occur at the workplace, such as job shadowing, internships, and apprenticeships. Learn more…

Want to Develop Your Own Apprenticeship Program?

Planning Your Apprenticeship Program: The Basics
Successful apprenticeship programs benefit from for five players (mentor, apprentice, manager/supervisor, industry organization(s), and sponsor) implementing their responsibilities effectively. Learn more…

Leverage U.S. Department of Labor’s Apprenticeship Resources!
Find materials about participating in registered apprenticeship programs as well as starting and build registered apprenticeship programs and women’s equity in apprenticeships. Learn more…

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SkillsCommons can provide a range of technical assistance to help you plan and implement your apprenticeship programs.