ALN Module 4: Growing Apprenticeships in Non-Traditional Industries and Occupations

A key component of expanding registered apprenticeship in Michigan is broadening into new industries and occupations.

Registered Apprenticeships are established not just for the building and construction trades, but also for the healthcare, IT, agriculture, energy and advanced manufacturing industries, as well as others.

Learn strategies for engaging your sector partners and employer networks to expand the occupations for which there are registered apprenticeships in your region. Key tactics and innovative and customized programs will be discussed. You won’t want to miss this training!

(NOTE: This module, as with all Apprenticeship Learning Network modules, is a stand-alone training. It is not required/expected that you have also attended previous modules.)

Key Takeaways
  • How labor market info can assist in understanding target occupations and industries
  • Examples of best practices in target industries
  • Differing registered apprenticeship models, based on industry
  • Diversifying your registered apprenticeship industries in non-traditional fields


Who Should Attend?
  • Michigan Works! business services and employment services staff
  • Talent partners
  • Educators/required training and instruction providers


Date/Location - please note NEW date

Due to significant scheduling conflicts, and in observance of the many exciting activities that National Apprentice Week will bring November 13-19 across Michigan, this training previously scheduled for November 7 has been rescheduled for Monday, December 11.

Monday, December 11, 2017

Okemos Conference Center
2187 University Park Dr
Okemos, MI 48864

Registration: 8:30 am
Training: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm (lunch will be served)


$55 member; $80 non-member


Presented by 
  • Subject matter experts from State and Federal staff and partners