Apprenticeships 4 America


It is so Amazing that we launched Apprenticeships 4 America LinkedIn  page just a few months ago to start the debate and share good news about High Quality Registered Apprenticeships in the USA.

We now have over 800 followers! It’s been overwhelming to see all of the great news being posted from every corner of America.

Thank you so much for everyone who has contributed. We want to continue to grow “Apprenticeships4America” in years to come, so please continue sharing the great news about apprenticeships, and send us your suggestions about how we can keep the “Apprenticeship Revolution” moving forward.


We are now also associated with www. so please go and sign up, and contribute to the blog. To enusure that A4A and can have National reach.

We are always looking for support (through sponsorship) to develop the blog and people to share news and write columns for us.

Let’s keep this movement going and keep growing apprenticeships as a force in skills development across USA.


Thanks to and for their ongoing support. Contact us a or call Paul on 443-653-2121 Thanks again everyone.


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Learning and training accounts continue to attract attention from policy makers interested in widening participation in adult learning. A wide variety of voucher and credit schemes have now been trialled, from the UK’s Individual Learning Accounts through France’s Compte personnel de formation to Singapore’s SkillsFuture Credit. All have in common the idea of incentivising learners…
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Can a shared approach to computing help schools support each other? Challenges are being faced by some teachers to integrate technology into the classroom.
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Making apprenticeships work | TheHill

Today’s dynamic labor market is fueling an unprecedented sense of urgency among policymakers and executives alike. The shrinking shelf life of skills has been well documented.
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4-Year Electrical Apprenticeship Program at IEC Chesapeake

Our 4 year apprenticeship training program is designed to provide an electrical apprentice training to earn the status of electrician.
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Maher & Maher Announces API Leadership Committee | Maher & Maher

Maher & Maher is a New Jersey-based human resource consulting and organizational development company, that offers specialized training and eLearning solutions for the cable, broadband, wireless, call center and government services sectors.
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Are apprenticeships the new on-ramp to middle-class jobs?

Are apprenticeships the new on-ramp to middle-class jobs?
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