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An apprentice is a person who is at least 16 years of age and signed an agreement to begin a training program. While corporate businesses typically don't offer this opportunity, apprenticeships are available in a variety of vocations and trades. Examples of trades include photography, electricians and plumbing. Carpenters also take on apprentices. During an apprenticeship, individuals will take classes and receive on the job training. For example, those interested in woodworking will work under the direct supervision of a carpenter. Photography apprentices may perform assistant duties with a photographer and help them set up shots or develop film until they are ready to operate a camera. Those who complete an apprenticeship will be prepared for employment opportunities in their field, qualified to operate certain computer software and work with customers. Welding and locksmith are also fields that offer apprenticeships.

  • Apprenticeship Agreement - This agreement is a written contract between the apprentice and the employer. The document contains the terms and conditions of the training program.
  • Journey Level - After obtaining skills and knowledge in an apprenticeship program, individuals will earn a journeyman designation in a certain trade. The journeyman title is available in the electrician and plumbing fields.
  • Prevailing Wage - During an apprenticeship, individuals will receive a prevailing wage. The wage will depend on years in the program and parameters set forth by the Department of Labor and Industries.
  • Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training - This bureau serves as the registration for an apprenticeship program in a state. The program must meet certain state specific standards.
  • Sponsor - A sponsor is the organization, association or person who operates the apprenticeship program and obtained the necessary registration from the state.
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    Magnovo Training Group
    12125 E. 65thstreet, Indianapolis, IN 46236
    The success of our business is built on the outstanding reputation of our corporate training professionals with an average of 15 years of experience.
    (800) 861-8326
    Indiana Regional Council of Carpenters Jatf
    5707 N Sandy Creek Dr, Seymour, IN 47274
    (812) 523-3304
    Ivy Tech Community College
    4475 Central Ave, Columbus, IN 47203
    (812) 372-9925
    Indianapolis Electrical Joint Apprenticeship
    1751 S Lawndale Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46241
    (317) 270-5282
    Boilermakers Local 374
    799 W Johnson Dr, Terre Haute, IN 47802
    (812) 917-4084
    Terre Haute Electrical J A T C
    950 Ohio St, Terre Haute, IN 47807
    (812) 235-7541
    Carpenter's Apprentice School
    1245 Durrett Ln, Louisville, KY 40213
    (502) 366-8668
    Operating Engineers Apprenticeship & Training Prog
    1450 Wilson Creek Rd, Lebanon Junction, KY 40150
    (502) 833-2358

    Apprenticeship training programs can be found all over the United States. The purpose of these professional programs is to help prepare individuals for specific jobs or trades. An apprentice program will help you to better understand a specific occupation, and what is involved with the field overall. This will in turn assist you with getting employed by a good company, and having a great career. There are available apprenticeships in various fields, occupations, and trades. Some of the trades that offer apprenticeship training programs are construction, education, engineering, plumbing, and unique crafts like welding. Many of these jobs have a union that protects the rights of the workers, as well as the wages they are paid. As you likely know, training for a job through an apprenticeship will enable you to acquire skills and learn more hands-on applications that will assist you down the road with employment opportunities. While some of these apprentice positions are paid, others are not. However, when you intern, you may be able to make some contacts, regardless of whether the field involves mechanic work, construction, carpenter skills, or the electrician trade. Essentially, you are mentored by seasoned professionals when you get involved with an apprentice training program. You may be able to learn more about apprenticeships in your town or city. It is often helpful to contact the local employment office in order to make inquiries. This way, you can speak with a professional, and ask specific questions regarding any trade, apprentice program, local job, or occupation type you are interested in.
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