Pre– apprenticeship: Offers a combination of industry-based training and classroom instruction needed to move along a pathway into an apprenticeship program. Boone EDGE’s quality pre-apprenticeship contains five core components as defined in the U.S. Department of Labor framework:

  • a partnership with a registered apprenticeship sponsor

  • an approved training and curriculum

  • hands-on training

  • industry-recognized credentials

  • supportive services

Pre-Apprenticeship Options:

Construction Trades Guide

Van Wall Pre-Apprenticeship

Registered Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship: Offers on-the-job training and mentoring that are linked to training and job proficiency. Apprenticeships should provide organized instruction designed to provide knowledge on technical subjects related to their trade.

Apprenticeship Options:

Fareway Meat Cutting Guide

Apprenticeship Certificate: An award certifying the completion of an apprenticeship program. Apprenticeship Certificates are issued by the U.S. Department of Labor or a state apprenticeship agency. The apprenticeship system offers two types of credentials: 1) certificate of completion of an apprenticeship program, and 2) interim credentials.