Aspen Apprenticeship Report

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This paper is a study of apprenticeship programs.


Registered Apprenticeship has been a valuable training approach in the construction industry and other sectors ford decades. The National Apprenticeship Act (Fitzgerald Act), first enacted in 1937, helped create over 25,000 Registered Apprenticeship programs across the country. In 2011, approximately 130,000 individuals entered a Registered Apprenticeship program and nearly 400,000 overall were active in a program.


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