Train the Talent Your Business Needs

Recruiting, training and retaining talent is one of the most important things you do as an employer. The Registered Apprenticeship model allows you to take charge of building a pipeline of highly-skilled and highly-motivated workers while enhancing your bottom line.

Is an Apprenticeship Right for You?

Apprenticeships are one of the many pathways that lead to a successful career. Whether you are looking to start or make a change in your career, an apprenticeship is an “earn and learn” training model that combines on-the-job learning with related classroom instruction. Benefits include incremental wage increases, job security and a portable, nationally or industry-recognized credential, certificate or degree.

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Stats and Data

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active apprentices in Utah

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registered apprenticeship programs in Utah

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retention rate of employees who complete an apprenticeship program nationally

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apprentices who complete their program earn more over their career than non-apprenticeship participants

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Genesis Schaerrer, Workflow Academy

Genesis Schaerrer, Workflow Academy

After losing her job due to the pandemic, Genesis was able to change careers and get hired as a software developer apprentice for The Workflow Academy. Through her apprenticeship she has gained real world experience and training in her desired field all while working with a mentor and getting paid. Watch Genesis' story.

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Northwest Laborers Training

At Northwest Laborers Training apprentices work hand-in-hand with operators, carpenters, laborers and managers to learn on the job and gain skills they can use throughout their careers. The laborers who come through the apprenticeship program gain knowledge and have a competitive advantage over others. The program provides them with the tools needed to succeed in the field and a steady paycheck while they learn their trade. Watch Northwest Laborers video.