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
WATCH the Panel Discussion with the staff of the Office of Apprenticeship and Training as they discuss Registered Apprenticeship programming in Delaware, goals for 2022 that include employer engagement, apprenticeship diversity, plans for measured expansion in non-traditional industries, and more.
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The U.S. Department of Labor recognized November 18, 2021, as the first National Women in Apprenticeship Day to promote the advancement of women in Registered Apprenticeship.
Watch a video of Vice President Kamala Harris celebrating and recognizing the hard-earned achievements of female apprentices created in honor of National Women in Apprenticeship Day!
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.