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1 Registered Apprenticeship: Learning While Earning – Today and Tomorrow! Registered Apprenticeship In YOUR School Registered Apprenticeship In YOUR School

2 Registered Apprenticeship includes two components: WHAT IS REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP? Employment Education (Related Technical Instruction ) &

3 WHAT IS REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP?  Employer or industry-sponsored occupational training  Paid on-the-job training supervised by employer ’ s mentor/skilled worker  Related technical instruction  Reviewed and approved by the Kansas Apprenticeship Council  Graduates receive a state-issued, nationally-recognized portable credential

4 REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP IS: NOT Licensing by the State NOT Just a Job NOT a Dumping Ground NOT “Just” an Alternative to College NOT a Job Placement Program NOT a Source of Cheap Labor

5 President Barack Obama Inaugural Address to Congress – February 24, 2009 “… And so tonight, I ask every American to commit to at least one year or more of higher education or career training. This can be community college or a four-year school; vocational training or an apprenticeship. But whatever the training may be, every American will need to get more than a high school diploma. And dropping out of high school is no longer an option.” 21st Century Registered Apprenticeship

6 2,000 registered apprentices in Kansas (nearly ½ million registered nationwide) 850+ new apprentices registered annually in Kansas 276 program sponsors that manage one or more occupational training programs in Kansas 1,150+ employers train their workforce through Registered Apprenticeship in Kansas REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP BY THE NUMBERS

7 CRITERIA FOR APPRENTICEABLE OCCUPATIONS MUST HAVE : ‣ Skills that are clearly identified & recognized throughout the industry ‣ Skills learned through systematic, supervised & paid on-the-job learning (OJL) ‣ Minimum of 2,000 OJL hours in manual, mechanical, or technical skills ‣ Related Technical Instruction (RTI) to supplement OJL ‣ Typically NOT a 4-year degree

8 RELATED TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION ‣ 144 hrs/year ‣ May be provided through community college, correspondence, on-line, distance learning, contract vendors ‣ Employer/sponsor elects who they use for related technical instruction ‣ Many large programs have their own state-of-the-art training facilities ‣ Employer typically does not pay apprentice wages while attending school, unless during normal working hours

9 TYPICAL FIRST-RECALL RA OCCUPATIONS Bricklayer Carpenter Plumber Pipefitter Iron Worker Lineman Cook Auto Mechanic Diesel Mechanic Power Plant Operator Electrician

10 EXAMPLES OF MANUFACTURING RA OCCUPATIONS Team Assembler Machine Builder Welder Electrician Machinist Tool Maker Industrial Maintenance Numerical Control Machine Operator

11 WHERE ELSE COULD REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP WORK? Child Care Health Support Specialist Biotechnology Lab Assistant Wind Energy Technician Information Technology Auto Maintenance & Repair Dental Lab Technician Surveying Technician Web Press Operator Pharmacy Technician Correctional Officer

12 A “FEW” HEALTH CARE REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIPS Computed Tomography (CT) Tech Dental Assistant Dental Ceramist Dental Lab Tech Diagnostic Imaging Specialty Health Support Specialist Health Unit Coordinator Home Health Aide Home Health Director Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologist Mammography Technologist Medical Assistant Medical Coder Medical Secretary Medical Transcriptionist Medical Laboratory Technician Nurse Assistant Nurse, Licensed Practical Nursing Assistant Certified Orthodontic Technician Orthotics Technician Paramedic Pharmacist Assistant Pharmacist Support Staff Surgical Technologist

13 KHPOP Kansas Health Profession Opportunity Project

14 KHPOP Information Grant received from United States Department of Health and Human Services Totals $2,796, for the first of a five year grant program The Kansas Department of Commerce site provides multiple overviews of the Kansas Health Profession Opportunity Project (KHPOP)

15 Innovative Elements Career Coaches for participants Incentives for GED Completion Use of High-Definition Videoconferencing Network Utilization of Work Opportunity Tax Credit and Federal Bonding for employers Partial reimbursement to employers for cost of training Registered Apprentices

16 Projected Healthcare Openings The Kansas Department of Labor has projected 29,000 healthcare job openings, over the next eight years, in occupations including… Healthcare Support Workers Home Health Aides Licensed Practical Nurses Medical Assistants Medical Records and Health Info Technicians Nursing Aides, Orderlies and Attendants Pharmacy Technicians Registered Nurses

17 KHPOP Goals/ Populations Serve 500 TANF customers and other low income individuals, defined as at or below 200% of the Federal poverty level –TANF –SNAP –Youth Aging out of Foster Care –High School Dropouts –Recently Separated/Disabled Vets Connecting 66.1% of the total trained participants to high-wage, high-demand healthcare occupations Decrease total individuals receiving public assistance by 331. Increase self-sufficiency of low-income individuals including low- income veterans Improve the education level and career opportunities for 200 high school dropouts by providing basic skills training and incentives for completing GED

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21 Articulation, Employment and Stackable Credentials School-to- Registered Apprenticeship The School-to- Registered Apprenticeship Advantage School-to- Registered Apprenticeship The School-to- Registered Apprenticeship Advantage

22 School to Registered Apprenticeship (STRA) ‣ Requires an employer with an approved Registered Apprenticeship program (with OJL and RTI) ‣ Connects that employer with comparable secondary CTE program and students ‣ HS student is employed (with pay) and works part-time while in high school ‣ ALL OJL hours are credited toward Registered Apprenticeship ‣ Employer approves HS courses to be credited for RTI ‣ Student continues with employment and Registered Apprenticeship following high school graduation

23 School to Registered Apprenticeship (STRA) Early Childhood Education High School’s CTE Program

24 School to Registered Apprenticeship (STRA) Early Childhood Associate Apprenticeship Program ECAAP

25 School to Registered Apprenticeship (STRA) Early Childhood Education Licensed Child Care Facility with Registered Apprenticeship ECAAP Program

26 School to Registered Apprenticeship (STRA) Early Childhood Education Post-Secondary Program

27 School-to-Registered Apprenticeship (STRA) CTE Concentrator  Could receive articulated credit CTE Concentrator  IF Employed by ECAAP Sponsor Paycheck from employer ECAAP Funding for RTI Up to 20 post-secondary hours Funding for CDA assessment

28 Registered Apprenticeship: Learning While Earning – Today and Tomorrow! Registered Apprenticeship In YOUR School Registered Apprenticeship In YOUR School

29 “Apprenticeship ‘KANSAS’”

30 A Partnership That Works Educational partners can help provide industry training in a way that doesn’t stretch capacity Local workforce entities have an avenue to promote training opportunities in key industries Students are engaged, get valuable training and a portable credential – learning & earning! Employers and industries get a reliable source of skilled labor and flexible training options

31 Contact Us! Loretta Shelley Program Manager 1000 SW Jackson, Suite 100 Topeka, KS Bonnie Duden Program Consultant 150 N. Main, Suite 100 Wichita, KS Dana Raine Program Consultant 1000 SW Jackson, Suite 100 Topeka, KS Susan Symons Program Consultant 205 S. 4 th Street, Suite M Manhattan, KS Marla Canfield Program Consultant (ECAAP) 150 N. Main, Suite 100 Wichita, KS John Wilson Program Consultant 9221 Quivira Road Overland Park, KS


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