Apprenticeship Proposal Use the Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration website and find the area on Registered Apprenticeship. Explore the Employers section. Based on the information found here, create an apprenticeship proposal for a position in the company you work for or wish to work for. In your apprenticeship, make sure to include specific skills the apprentice will be learning, the modeling and practice techniques that will be used, and the feedback process that will be incorporated (both informal and formal). Explain how many hours per week the apprentice will work, and how long the entire apprenticeship should take. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of your apprenticeship program.
Use Microsoft Word to create your proposal. The proposal should be between two to three pages in length, and all sources used need to be cited according to APA format.
Noe, R. A. (2013). Employee training and development (6th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.