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Maine Apprenticeship Program
Active Apprenticeship Programs
The Maine Apprenticeship Program assists in setting up structured yet flexible training programs designed to meet the specific needs of Maine employers through on-the-job learning and related classroom instruction. Apprenticeship Programs can be sponsored by employers, employer associations, or labor/management groups that can hire and train in a working situation.
The Maine Apprenticeship Program (MAP) is a formal, industry-led, nationally-recognized, workforce training program for employees that provides in-house skill development through structured on-the-job learning supplemented with technical and theoretical course work.
A sponsor must provide a safe on-the-job learning environment, expose and allow the apprentice to learn and practice all of the skills prescribed in the standards, and provide incremental wage increases as the apprentice gains proficiency and completes course requirements.
Benefits of being an Apprenticeship Sponsor
Support Sponsors can Expect from Maine Apprenticeship Program
Contact the Maine Apprenticeship Office at email@example.com
What's an Apprenticeable Occupation?
An apprenticeable occupation is a skilled occupation that:
Does Maine Apprenticeship Program have a list of available Apprenticeships?
Who can be an apprentice?
Any existing employee or new hire can become an Apprentice as long as they:
Maine CareerCenters and our partners also offer additional training opportunities. Visit mainecareercenter.com for more information.
Apprenticeship Guides for using Maine Job Link
This course is designed to engage with the various topics that surround Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility.
Throughout this course, you will be engaging with readings, videos, and exercises that involve the experience of others, stereotypes and the assumptions we make of others and that others might make about ourselves, and other topics that relate to our diverse and multicultural society.
If you are part of a registered apprenticeship program, successful completion of the course will result in a DEIA badge from the Maine Community College System.
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