The successful training approach of undergoing a registered apprenticeship cannot be overstated. It’s a proven model to produce talent in various industries like the trades. This year’s National Apprenticeship Week seeks to further promote the practice with events and discussions scheduled from November 13th through the 19th, 2023.
Apprenticeship programs have a vital role in training the future builders and innovators in our community. Through experiential learning that combines on-the-job training with classroom instruction, individuals learn the necessary skills in several job positions. Recognizing the importance of apprenticeship is crucial as it addresses labor shortage, especially in in-demand industries like construction and trades.
This year’s theme is “Registered Apprenticeship: Superhighway to Good Jobs,” emphasizing the importance of registered apprenticeship in seeking better job opportunities. With an apprenticeship, individuals can have a structured path to a rewarding career. It is one of the highlights of this year’s National Apprenticeship Week.
These are the daily themes with corresponding dates happening during the National Apprenticeship Week:
November 13, 2023
Registered Apprenticeship for Youth
Inviting the youth to get involved in registered apprenticeships: the legitimate way to land a rewarding job position.
November 14, 2023
Registered Apprenticeship in New and Emerging Industries
From renewables to smart homes, there are endless opportunities in trades apprenticeship that apprentices can pursue.
November 15, 2023
Expanding Registered Apprenticeship to Underserved Populations
Making registered apprenticeships accessible to those who belong to minority groups, promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging in the sector.
November 16, 2023
Women in Registered Apprenticeship
Empowering women to become more proactive and engage in apprenticeships.
November 17, 2023
Registered Apprenticeship for Veterans and Federal Employees
Apprenticeship programs are also open for veterans and federal employees, one of the issues that will be discussed.
Expect events that will happen during the weeklong celebration that gathers employers, organizations, and communities involved in apprenticeship.
During next week’s celebrations, there will be hiring events to attract potential apprentices into various positions, as well as outreach activities to invite individuals interested in apprenticeship programs. Schools and training institutions will exhibit their accredited and registered apprenticeship programs. To attract more apprentices, accomplished career men and women from different fields will also be speaking, sharing their stories of success from their previous apprenticeships.
Registered Apprenticeship at Power Partner MN
Power Partner MN has always been at the forefront of training skilled tradesmen and tradeswomen. This is evident in its commitment to registered apprenticeship by partnering with the South Central Minnesota Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (SCMNJATC) and Minneapolis Electrical JATC (MPLS JATC). The reputable training institutions have been instrumental in producing licensed electricians, technicians, and even managers currently working with reputable contractors in the region.
The registered apprenticeship program from Power Partner MN goes hand-in-hand with connecting apprentices to contractors. The ecosystem of apprentices, contractors, and employers provides a valuable training ground for apprentices to work on exciting projects. This makes it possible for apprentices at Power Partner MN to find a rewarding job once they finish the apprenticeship program.
In this year’s National Apprenticeship Week, Power Partner MN invites individuals, employers, and contractors to take part in the week-long activities highlighting the importance of registered apprenticeship as a way to land better job offers.
If you’re an apprentice or about to join the trades, we encourage you to visit our apprenticeship page to learn more about how you can start building a rewarding career path in the industry.