Apprenticeship program sponsors will host training for electrician, plumbing, heating, and ventilation programs and more.
Cyber analytics is one of the latest apprenticeship programs to be added to the vast list of training programs.
In addition to a long list of programs, cement, masonry, and ironworks will be a part of the curriculum offerings.
(May 09, 2018, BALTIMORE, Md.) Maryland’s future workforce is on track.
The Maryland Department of Labor strengthens the state’s talent pipeline with the addition of five apprenticeship programs, reports the Baltimore Sun.
According to the Department of Labor, five active sponsors for its apprenticeship programs have joined the initiative, raising the number of registered programs in the state by 20 percent since 2015.
Signed-on sponsors will contribute to a curriculum geared towards a span of instruction predominantly focusing on mechanical and cyber arenas.
“Apprenticeships offer job seekers the chance to learn new skills while earning a wage, and employers the opportunity to build their workforce while reducing turnover costs,” Kelly M. Schulz, state labor secretary, said in the announcement.
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