We focus on administration, so you can focus on business. Our role is to manage the operational aspects of the program, enabling you to develop and prepare a workforce to your specific needs. We handle funding coordination, record keeping requirements and reporting responsibilities, as well as provide related online instruction.
Components of registered apprenticeship
Apprentices receive increases in wages as they gain higher level skills.
Employers are the foundation of every Registered Apprenticeship program
Apprenticeships combine on-the-job learning with technical education at community colleges, technical schools, apprenticeship training schools, provided on-line, or at the job site.
National occupational credential
Registered Apprenticeship programs result in a nationally-recognized credential – a 100% guarantee to employers that apprentices are fully qualified for the job.
Apprentices receive on-the-job training from an experienced mentor for typically not less than one year
How Charter Apprenticeships create an effective career path:
Non-traditional apprenticeship occupations (we go beyond the trades)
In-demand careers deemed “Bright Outlook Occupations” by the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Nationally registered standards, warranting U.S. Department of Labor Certificate of Completion
Responsive to your needs
DEI oriented recruitment
Hassle-free for our employer partners
We have developed our programs to work with small companies as well as large corporations. Available in all 50 states, we can meet the needs of rural and urban employers.
An apprenticeship can provide you with:
- A skilled and competent workforce
- Reduced turnover
- Customizable training
- Improved productivity
- positive impact to bottom line
- Increased diversity