Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeship in Germany

Apprenticeships are part of Germany's dual education system, and as such form an integral part of many people's working life.

Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship is a system for training a new generation of practitioners of a trade or profession with on-the-job training and often some accompanying study (classroom work and reading).

Apprenticeship in the United States

Apprenticeship programs in the United States are regulated by the Smith–Hughes Act (1917), The National Industrial Recovery Act (1933), and National Apprenticeship Act, also known as the "Fitzgerald Act." The number of American apprentices has increased from 375,000 in 2014 to 500,000 in 2016, while

Higher apprenticeship

A Higher Apprenticeship is the vocational equivalent to a Foundation University degree.

Apprenticeship Levy

The Apprenticeship Levy is a UK tax on employers which is used to fund apprenticeship training.