Yes, though it may vary by program, previous work or classroom experience may be used towards completion of an apprenticeship program. If your prior coursework aligns with a Registered Apprentices Program’s curriculum, and your sponsor approves this coursework as relevant, then previous coursework may count towards completion of your program. Otherwise, previous coursework must be reviewed by your program sponsor and a determination will be made on a case-by-case basis. Regardless of accepted credit, all apprentices must still participate in at least 6 months (equivalent to 1,000 hours) of a Registered Apprenticeship Program to gain a completion credential.
Can previous work or classroom experience be used towards completion of an apprenticeship program?
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