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Frequently Asked Questions

The Project Employment Blueprint Program prepares trade students by providing ONE YEAR of Related Technical Instruction (RTI) which may be applied to a Registered Apprentice (RA) skilled trade program.
No, the program provides 1 year of related instructional training. Participants must obtain an employer sponsor to become a Registered Apprentice.
As a Project Employment Blueprint participant, you will have access to job-related supportive services to aid in identifying employment and an employer sponsor.
The program’s lengths vary from 2-4 years depending on the trade program selected. As a Registered Apprentice, a participant must complete 8,000 hours of On-the-Job Training (OJT). For each year of training, a minimum of 144 hours of related technical instruction (RTI) is required to become a Registered Apprentice. Through the PEB program, participants will complete 1 year of RTI, this is one of the various benefits of the Project Employment Blueprint Program.
The PEB program will begin once the vo-tech institutions fall classes start
The PEB program will begin once the vo-tech institutions fall classes start
Please contact the vo-tech institution (New Castle County, Sussex Tech, or Polytech) to obtain support with selecting a program and registering for classes
No, the Apprenticeship Navigator will support participants by providing job placement services at the start of the program.