Delaware SB184 requires many employers working on prevailing wage projects meet Craft Training requirements. Payments to the Apprenticeship and Training Fund is one to meet this obligation. Find out more at the Delaware One Stop. More Info
Effective September 1, 2020, this office will not register any apprentice registered in another state. Any apprentice registered before September 1, 2020, but also registered in another state will still stay a Delaware registered apprentice. Current sponsors were individually notified.
Registered Apprenticeship programs are available in a variety of industries and occupations such as Auto Technicians and Hospitality. For a full list of USDOL-approved apprenticeable occupations, click here. Note: Delaware does not currently have programs in all of these occupations.
First and foremost, Registered Apprenticeship helps businesses develop highly-skilled employees. Registered Apprenticeship programs have also been shown to reduce turnover rates, increase productivity, and lower recruitment costs.
Additional benefits include:
The 90-Day Trucking Apprenticeship Challenge kicks off on December 16 and seeks to promote the apprenticeship model as a solution to get more well-trained drivers on the road. The Challenge asks employers who are ready to step up to commit to accelerating the development of new apprenticeship programs and help expand existing ones through new employer and labor partnerships to support recruitment, retention and return on investment in the trucking industry. Learn More.U.S DOL Apprenticeship | apprenticeship.gov/90-day-trucking-apprenticeship-challenge
To view the Delaware Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship’s current laws, please click on the Rules and Regulations. This information will provide you with definitions, eligibility, standards, wage progressions, ratios, complaint process, etc.
For more information, or to speak to someone about Registered Apprenticeship, please call the Delaware Department of Labor at (302) 761-8328.
Support for Delaware’s Apprenticeship programs are provided by the 2019-2022 Apprenticeship State Expansion (ASE) Grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration. The overall funds of this grant total $714,251.37, of which federal funds comprise 100 percent. The remaining 0 percent is comprised of local state, general, and special funds.
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