Apprenticeships and Work-Based Learning
Registered apprenticeship programs are perfect for providing the high-level skills needed by today's workforce. The 1,100 registered apprenticeship programs in Ohio are diverse and range from aerospace, construction, energy, manufacturing and utilities—to health care. Each program includes a minimum of 2,000 hours of structured on-the-job training and 144 hours of related technical instruction per year that apprentices need.
Edison State Community College is a registered apprenticeship sponsor for the state of Ohio. We offer courses that fulfill the required hours of instruction that apprentices need, while they work full-time and learn skills through on-the-job training. Edison State assists employers by maintaining apprentice records verifying that students are completing their training and course work.
Ohio is booming! Ohio is investing in apprenticeship programs because businesses are growing and skilled workers are in high demand. Employers need skilled workers in many sectors—from manufacturing and medicine to computer technology and security.
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