Building the Next Generation:
We aim to cultivate ongoing enthusiasm and expansion within our industry by providing structured programs for educated and skilled individuals, starting from high school and extending beyond.
The Department of Labor (DOL)
The significance of the Department of Labor (DOL) Apprenticeship Programs lies in their provision of a well-organized and efficient means for individuals to acquire practical skills and knowledge in a particular trade or industry, all while earning a wage.
The registered apprenticeship programs are structured, trade focused and customizable by employers, (Sponsor/Signatory).
- Retired Workers: Do you have positions in which highly skilled workers will be retiring soon?
- Career Advancment: Are there career advancement avenues for your entry-level workers?
- Diversity: Do you have difficulty attracting new and more diverse talent?
- Attracting New Talent: Do you want to find a more attractive way to recruit candidates away from you competitors?
Developing strategic partnerships with organizations that can help build and develop our industry workforce is vital. Organizations like YouScience, which has a strong presence in the U.S. school system, are important for achieving successful outcomes for the Live Events Industry. By partnering with YouScience, the industry can leverage the network of schools and students to fast-track its efforts to build a certificate program for pre-qualifying, good-fitting candidates for work in the Exhibitions and Events Industry
The certificate program also provides a valuable opportunity to lay the foundation for the DOL Apprenticeship Program. By providing training and education that leads to a livable wage and a rewarding future, the program can help to attract and retain talented individuals in the industry and to build a skilled workforce for the future.
Overall, strategic partnerships with organizations like YouScience are crucial for the Exhibitions and Events Industry success, as they help to build relationships with key stakeholders, provide access to resources and expertise, and support the industry’s efforts to grow and thrive.
Projects finished and still counting
Head offices in multiple countries
Industry workers and engineers
Registered Apprenticeship Programs
- Federal and State specific DOL approved.
- Key Components
- Business involvement
Programs conducted and customized by employer (Sponsor/Signatory) Can use incumbent workers or new hires
- Structured ON-THE-JOB Training (OJT)
Time Based and/or Competency
- Related Training & Instruction (RI)
In-person or online
- Rewards for skills gained
“Earn-while-you-learn” Guaranteed Wage Progression
Nationally Recognized & Credentials
- Business involvement
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