Woz Enterprise – a division of Woz U – and University of Phoenix are bringing the technology and education sectors together to launch a U.S. Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeship Program to address the widening technology skills gap.
Looking to Asurion’s apprenticeship program and efforts to cultivate diverse talent in the tech space, learning leaders have a model to create a more equitable future for the tech industry and for all.
Apprenticeships and training group Educ8 Training has implemented remote onboarding solution, Credas, to continue serving learners.
California state agencies and IBM announced the state's first-ever public-private partnership focused on creating a technology apprenticeship program.
Apprenticeships are simultaneously experiencing a major resurgence and undergoing a serious makeover. With effective apprenticeship programs, organizations can close the deepening skills divide while promoting social equity.
OGL Computer, a growing IT and cybersecurity services provider based in Kidderminster, designs, delivers and supports the IT backbone of hundreds of businesses across the region, and has launched its first technical sales apprenticeship scheme.
JFF has received more than $16 million in new funding from public and private awards to create and scale real-world training opportunities through a major expansion of its Center for Apprenticeship & Work-Based Learning.
Today, global education provider General Assembly (GA) has announced a partnership with Interapt to help train next-generation tech talent in secondary U.S. markets. Interapt, which currently specializes in IT services and software development training, wi
Credential Engine today announced that Walmart has provided additional support through a grant to support its efforts to improve understanding around education and training standards in the retail and hospitality sectors.
Apprenticeships have long been a form of passing skills onto the next generation of worker. Industries outside of the traditional trades, including financial services, telecommunications, health care and IT, are now offering registered apprenticeships.