Apprentice training

Apprenticeship Training Certificate

Where To Go From Here

Students must be employed and sponsored by their employer and a training agreement must be set up between the employer, the employee, and the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. MCC coordinates the training plan and provides related instruction. Each semester usually includes one to three courses of apprenticeship-related instruction. A competency examination or official transcript may result in a waiver of a required course. The employer establishes entrance requirements that are in accordance with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training standards. Continuation in the job training program depends on employment status and achievement levels.

Why This Degree

A Job Training Certificate in Apprenticeship offers several benefits to students including a broad skill level of a given occupation, on-the-job training and related classroom instruction that will help prepare them to be superior in a given occupation. Apprenticeships allow for an increase in career opportunities such as an electrician or carpenter earning an average of  $20.96 to $25.35 per hour, depending on the geographic location.

Gainful Employment

Learn more about the program and employment opportunities upon completion at http://www.montcalm.edu/GE/GEtemplates2017/47.0303-Gedt.html