Apprenticeships represent a long tradition in workplace learning. Programs vary,
but usually consist of an employer and student agreement and approval by an appropriate entity. In North Carolina, formal or registered
apprenticeships are created in agreement with the N.C. Department of Labor (NCDOL).
The CPCC partnership
Let CPCC help your company set-up an apprenticeship program. With this as a part of your training strategy, you can rely on the College to deliver:
- support for determining the candidate intake process.
- coordination of NCDOL activities and agreement process.
- detailed information on the required and elective course work, available with certificate, diploma or degree requirements.
- convenient sponsorship option to CPCC (payment process).
The College's role is typically to help employers navigate the interface with the NCDOL, particularly in the initial set-up and creation of agreements. Employers must have a signed agreement with the NCDOL before a registered apprenticeship can begin.
The state documents below provide an overview of the process or you may visit the NCDOL website for additional information.
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