The Advanced Technology office will be closed in bldg. 15 room 201. Staff will be working remotely and responding to emails and phone messages on a regular basis.
Apprentices learn the aspects of a highly skilled profession through on-the-job training and related classroom instruction, while being sponsored by individual employers. There’s a wide range of occupations available, from carpenter to electrician. Apprenticeships usually last 2 to 4 years with a minimum of 144 hours of related training required per year for most trades.
Generally, minimum qualifications for an apprenticeship include a high school diploma or GED, minimum of a ‘C’ grade for one year of high school algebra (or equivalent Math 60/65, or Math 70), and applicant must be at least 18 years of age.
Benefits of Apprenticeship include:
Paid employment during training with progressive wage increases
Opportunity to learn skills needed by employers throughout the industry
A more secure career and the ability to adapt to new job requirements
Credit towards an AAS degree or Certificate for completion of apprenticeship program
Find out more about Apprenticeship in Oregon:
Transforming lives through learning
Lane is the community’s college: we provide comprehensive, accessible, quality, learning-centered educational opportunities that promote student success
Working together to create a learning-centered environment
Recognizing and respecting the unique needs and potential of each learner
Fostering a culture of achievement in a caring community
Welcoming, valuing and promoting diversity among staff, students and our community
Cultivating a respectful, inclusive, and accessible working and learning environment
Working effectively in different cultural contexts to serve the educational and linguistic needs of a diverse community
Developing capacity to understand issues of difference, power, and privilege
Supporting creativity, experimentation, and institutional transformation
Responding to environmental, technological, and demographic changes
Anticipating and responding to internal and external challenges in a timely manner
Acting courageously, deliberately, and systematically in relation to change
Collaboration and Partnership
Promoting meaningful participation in governance
Encouraging and expanding partnerships with organizations and groups in our community
Fostering an environment of respect, fairness, honesty, and openness
Promoting responsible stewardship of resources and public trust
Strategically growing learning opportunities
Minimizing financial, geographical, environmental, social, linguistic, and cultural barriers to learning
Integrating practices that support and improve the health of systems that sustain life
Providing an interdisciplinary learning environment that builds understanding of sustainable ecological, social, and economic systems, concern for environmental justice, and the competence to act on such knowledge
Equipping and encouraging all students and staff to participate actively in building a socially diverse, just, and sustainable society, while cultivating connections to local, regional, and global communities.
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LCC Accreditation Accomplishments
Planning and Institutional Effectiveness (PIE)
Lane’s integrated planning and institutional effectiveness model is designed to support and further the college’s mission, with a focus on student learning and success. The model forms the basis for regular and effective assessment, improvement, accomplishment, and adaptation.
Strategic Directions are established every five years as part of a comprehensive strategic planning process that identifies priority actions needed to support and improve achievement of Lane’s mission, as measured by institutional indicators. Strategic Priorities are established biennially to identify priority areas of focus for the College, based upon assessment of progress toward strategic direction objectives and outcomes, internal and external environmental scanning. Program Review and Department Planning support strategic directions and priorities by operationalizing priorities and improvements at the program and service level.