WORK-BASED LEARNING & TRAINING
Work-based learning is an important opportunity to acquire hard skills necessary to work in many fields. This training can be critical for those who do not go to a post-secondary education program from high school.
Also see the "Internship" page for additional work-based learning opportunities for those attending an educational institution.
PRE-APPRENTICESHIPS & APPRENTICESHIPS
What is an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeship is an earn-while-you-learn method of starting and growing into a career. An apprentice works under a journeyman to learn a trade while on the job and getting paid. This is combined with related classroom instruction.
Apprenticeships can take anywhere from one-to-five years to complete depending on the trade and the prior experience of each individual apprentice.
~ California Division of Apprenticeship Standards
Over 130 apprenticeship opportunities in or near Solano County - State of California Dept. of Industrial Relations
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, INC.
Enrollment for the ABC NorCal Apprenticeship Program is open and ongoing. Our Unilateral Apprenticeship Committee (UAC) is accepting applications for all five trades: carpentry, construction craft laborer, electrical, painting and plumbing.
TRAINING COURSES IN SOLANO COUNTY
The Calidad Program helps persons living with medically-certified severe physical, mental, or psychological impairments on their way to economic independence.
Work skills, career development, life skills, and support services
GOODWILL SOLANO COUNTY JOB SERVICES
Job readiness and search assistance, placement into transitional and permanent employment, and support services
Solano County courses on intermittent basis
TRAINING COURSES - NEAR SOLANO COUNTY
Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Dept of Labor that helps young people ages 16 through 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.
THRIVING IN TRADE SCHOOL WITH A DISABILITY
The following guide highlights the benefits of vocational education, potential careers, and laws that protect both students and employees with disabilities. Employers can also find simple steps for promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
WHAT YOU CAN DO NOW TO PREPARE FOR APPRENTICESHIPS
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