Registered apprenticeships are a highly structured training system that allows participants to “earn as they learn” from day one, while working to become proficient at a particular trade or occupation. Unlike traditional career pathways, apprenticeship programs offer paid on-the-job training with a sponsored employer on a full-time (40 hours per week) basis, with the goal of providing workers with advanced skills that meet the specific needs of employers. Individuals who complete registered apprenticeships in the United States earn, on average, $60,000 per year.
To get started, watch this quick video to learn some key facts about apprenticeships.
All apprenticeships listed below are occupations that are in-demand in Broward County. If you are interested in becoming an apprentice, click on the apprenticeship sponsor below and contact them to find out if there is current availability as all programs may not currently be accepting new applicants.