What is a Registered Apprenticeship Program?

Are you looking for a new career opportunity or to learn a trade?
Look no further an apprenticeship program might be the next step in the right direction for you!

So what exactly is a Registered Apprenticeship Program?

An Apprenticeship program is learning in the classroom with hands-on experiences while working on the job to put that practice into real life. But don’t worry when on the job, an experienced Insulator will guide you on the best practices and be an example of what it looks like to graduate from the program.

Not all Apprenticeship programs are created equal.

There are multiple benefits that come with going through a Registered Apprenticeship Program. Because an accredited apprenticeship program meets all of the requirements set forth by the U.S. Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship, the training you are getting in the classroom is verified as the best way to learn the trade. 

Besides the little or no cost education, apprenticeships offer a look into the day to day work you’ll be doing in your trade.  Below is a list of the numerous benefits included in training through an apprenticeship:

Learn to be a Mechanical Insulator while you earn a living

Apprenticeships enable you to start working and earn a decent, living wage while you learn key skills and gain the qualifications that future employers want. As your skills progress, so will your pay. This not only helps out your bank account, but also helps keep you actively engaged in your apprenticeship.

One of the largest advantages of getting the qualifications you need in your field, while being able to put the skills you learn into practice at the same time, is that someone will always be on-hand to show you how things are done. If you have any questions about techniques, terminology or anything related to the industry, you can instantly ask your mentors, co-workers, or managers.

The Local 78 apprenticeship will be very rewarding, even if at times it may seem demanding. Once you have finished your Insulators Union apprenticeship, you’ll have a world of options open to you. Being able to show that you’ve got industry experience plus qualifications will give you a huge advantage and will afford you the ability to work with any Local Union in the U.S.

A huge benefit to joining an apprenticeship program is you will have a secure retirement plan and health benefits provided to you. If this sounds like something of interest to you, please click here for more information in regards to the Insulators Local 78 Apprenticeship program.

For more information, you may contact: 

Craig Francis

Phone - (205) 956-2866 or (205) 956-8101 ext. 3

Email- Craig@Insulators78.org

Fax - (205) 956-9327

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