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Michael Todisco “Apprenticeship Blog Champion” straight to the point.

Apprenticeships and Skills “built vs bought”

McCarthy Partnering with ACS on Veterans in Construction

McCarthy announces a partnership with Adaptive Construction Solutions, Inc. (ACS) to recruit and train veterans for careers in the construction trades.
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South-South and Triangular Cooperation Skills Forum: Webinar, e-discussion, and virtual skills fair

The event aims to foster the development of human capabilities in developing countries with a focus on Africa by enhancing their capacity to find solutions to specific development needs and to challenges exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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House Approves Apprenticeship Overhaul

Before recessing for the Thanksgiving holiday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation reauthorizing the National Apprenticeship Act (NAA), which would invest billions of dollars in the work-based learning model.
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This is a pivotal move to expand World Class Registered Apprenticeships across America.

For the past 5 years TranZed Apprenticeships and its strategic partners, Woz Enterprise, Adaptive Construction Solutions and Olive Media have been leading the charge for the Apprenticeship Revolution.

I am delighted that The Bill has passed this stage of the process. I came to America believing totally in the power of apprenticeships.

We can now start to build on that in coming years.

lets make 2021 year of the Registered Apprenticeship. Im proud that TranZed has played its part.

The apprenticeship re-imagined: re-skilling workers for the technology gap | Opinion

The apprenticeship re-imagined: re-skilling workers for the technology gap | Opinion

To many, the thought of an apprentice conjures the image of a young plumber or electrician learning the tools of the trade while working on the job with the oversight of an experienced professional. While apprenticeships in those important trades continue, the labor landscape has shifted and increasingly demands a technology-savvy workforce.

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