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Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Registered Apprenticeship Workforce Development Model Formalized Career Education Andrew Maciejewski, Executive Administrator OSAC
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Apprenticeship - training in an art, trade, or craft under a legal agreement that defines the duration and conditions of the relationship between master or journey level and apprentice or learner.
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Apprenticeship History “Education for Work”, has its beginnings in about 2000 B.C. (organized apprenticeship) with the Scribes in Egypt. Rules for governing apprenticeships were included in the Code of Hammurabi, in 2100 B.C.
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council As the tools became more complex, the knowledge and skills became more specialized. Parents and family members could no longer teach the next generational everything they needed to become a productive member of society. –Indentureship
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Children were apprenticed to a craftsman or artisan who obtained special skills and tools of a particular trade. In exchange for work, the craftsman would teach and instruct the child in the particulars of the particular trades.
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Apprentices usually lived with their craftsman and did not receive pay, as they were learning a skill that was considered highly valuable. This model of “Domestic Apprentices”, disappeared with the expansion of industry in the Industrial Revolution.
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Industrial revolution brought: Compensation changed by employers to payments of wages. Wages graduated to a predetermined scale, to journey level or craftsman level.
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Modern Apprenticeship First formalized apprenticeship took shape in the United States dating back to 1911 In 1937 Congress passed the National Apprenticeship Law, also known as the Fitzgerald Act –Formalized regulation –State recognition
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Formalized Regulation Define apprenticeable occupations Process schedules Training requirements Safety Wages
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council State Recognition Ohio received State Apprenticeship Council (SAC) status by the Department of Labor in 1957 –Ohio Laws and regulations Promote and cultivate –Registered Apprenticeship
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Today’s Registered Apprenticeship
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Apprenticeable Occupations The U.S. Department of Labor recognizes over 1000 occupations Advanced Manufacturing Aerospace Automotive Biotechnical Constructions Energy Health Care Hospitality Information Technology Transportation
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Criterion for Apprenticeable Occupations Customarily learned in a practical way through structured supervised on-the-job training Clearly identified and commonly recognized throughout an industry
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Criterion for Apprenticeable Occupations Involved manual, mechanical, or technical skills and knowledge which requires a minimum of 2000 hours of on the job training Requires related instruction to supplement the on the job training
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Registered Apprenticeship The incorporation of two, equally as important, elements to develop the apprentices to journey level / craftsman status. On the Job TrainingRelated Technical Instruction
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Core Elements of Registered Apprenticeship
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Related Technical Training Technical coursework transfers to college credit and pathway toward degree
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council On the Job TrainingRelated Technical Instruction Completion Certificate Certificate is a Nationally recognized portable credential and in some cases a college degree
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council How does one get into a Registered Apprenticeship? Indentureship / contractual agreements “craft under a legal agreement that defines the duration and conditions of the relationship between master or journey level and apprentice or learner.”
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council How does one get into a Registered Apprenticeship? Sponsorship – organization that voluntarily registers their training program. –Meets state and federal regulations
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Sponsor Structure Union / joint labor management committee - consortium of employers Non-Union / joint labor management committee - consortium of employers Union / individual Non-Union / individual
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council A sponsor of a program / occupation (s) – Individual makes application –Agreement between individual and sponsor, which is certified and approved by the State Agreement –Occupation to be trained –Length –Wages –State ensures this agreement is upheld Indentureship = Sustainable wage / employment Education
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Benefits of Registered Apprenticeship For the Apprentice Nationally-recognized portable credential Sustainable wage and benefits Career mapping Increased marketable skill set and job security Opportunity to have a paid education
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Benefits of Registered Apprenticeship for the Employer Greater employee productivity Improved quality Greater employee retention Enhanced employee recruitment Systematic approach for skill upgrade
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Ohio’s Apprenticeship System Currently 220 apprenticeable occupations in use 1,100 current sponsors representing over 10,000 employers 16,000 active apprentices
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Ohio’s Apprenticeship System 3,700 new apprentices registered; annual average ($12.25 per hour) 1,700 completion certificates issued, annual average ($22.60 per hour) 83% completion rate state wide –98% still employed in occupation at 6 months –90% still employed in occupation at 1 year
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Review Apprenticeship –Career and education –Employment and learning –Credentialed –Regulated