What is a Registered Apprenticeship?
Registered Apprenticeship is a highly flexible training and workforce development model that combines on-the-job learning, related instruction and paid work experience. The construction of a natural gas pipeline in Alaska is among the most promising economic and workforce drivers. Apprenticeship will prepare and train our workforce to meet industry demands and deliver on the promise to hire Alaskans first and put them to work!
The Oil and Gas industry is just one component of apprenticeable industries that also includes Health Care, Transportation, Construction, Forestry and Mining occupations. Unlike a four-year degree program at a university where you pay, apprenticeship pays you while you train for well-paying jobs with promising futures.
Registered Apprenticeship is one of the oldest and most portable industry credentials, which makes you eligible to work anywhere you can land a job for which you qualify
How does Apprenticeship work for me?
The first step is to look at which apprenticeable occupations are available in Alaska. Then:
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