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Category: On-The-Job-Training

19 July

What do Accountants in Washington Do? Accounting is a systematic measurement, processing, and communication of financial and non-financial transactions that deal with economic entities. Those economic entities are typically comprised of businesses and corporations. Proper accounting is hugely important for any business to function adequately. It can be done by a bookkeeper or an accountant […]

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04 July

Why a Chef Apprenticeship in New Jersey May Be an Awesome Option for You  The word “chef” originated from the phrase (chef de cuisine) the director or head of a kitchen. A chef is a trained professional cook who is skilled in all aspects of food preparation and prepares food in a professional setting. Many […]

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03 July

7 Great Jobs That Offers Apprenticeship We’re aware that apprenticeships are a time-tested employee training system that combines on-the-job training (OJT) and classroom related instructions with structured hands-on training, while under the supervision of craft professionals in which trainees learn both practical and theoretical facets from a trained professional. Why Apprenticeship? Apprenticeships offer a great […]

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02 July

TOP 4 APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS IN WASHINGTON STATE There is a great need for skilled workers in the State of Washington, plain and simple;  Washington manufactures the same number of skilled workers today as it did in the year 2009. Apprenticeships are excellent opportunities for both employees and employers.  It allows trainees to earn a wage […]

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01 July

We Need More Women in Apprenticeships Gender-based views of what a woman’s career should be, shouldn’t stop you from pursuing what you’re passionate about. Why can’t women have careers in the construction industry? Why is it considered “untraditional” for women? The days of gender roles are a thing of the past. Women are capable of […]

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29 June

Bridging the Skills Gap In the State of Washington The statistics are out there and the results are in: the state of Washington is facing a skills gap. This doesn’t only pose an economic risk for the here and now, but the future for the sate as well. Among Major Occupational Groups requiring a mid-level […]

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27 June

Bridging the American Skilled Workforce Labor Gap Two and a half years ago, I traded in my suit and tie for a hard hat and steel-toed boots. This has proven to be one of the top two best career decisions I’ve ever made. However, let me not fail to mention that this epic career move […]

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08 June

Top 10 Most Blue-Collar Friendly States in America The blue-collar resurgence appears to be more than a cyclical phenomenon. The United States’ global dominance in energy and manufacturing, the two of which are becoming increasingly intertwined, has sparked a wave of new investments from major domestic and foreign producers. The American edge in energy has […]

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03 June

Apprenticeship Programs In Wyoming Providing On-the-Job Training  There is a great number of Apprenticeship programs in Wyoming, which will continue to assist Wyoming in meeting their need for a workforce that’s skilled. Apprenticeships are a uniquely pliable training program that uses job-related technical training and on-the-job learning experiences. Apprenticeship programs enable their trainees to obtain […]

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31 May

On-the-Job Training in Trinidad And Tobago The OJT on-the-job training program in Trinidad has undergone a lot of changes in the last few years, and still continues and will continue to change. In case you’re wondering, on-the-job training programs are a hands-on method of teaching and learning the skills needed for employees to efficiently perform […]

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