Registered Apprenticeship Program

WHAT IS A REGISTERED APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM?

A Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) is a proven model of apprenticeship that has been validated by the U.S. Department of Labor or a State Apprenticeship Agency.

 

What are the components of a Registered Apprenticeship Program?

  • Paid Job
  • Work-Based Learning
  • Classroom Learning
  • Mentorship
  • Industry-Recognized Credential 

To learn more about building Registered Apprenticeship Programs, view the Apprenticeship Toolkit.

INTERESTED IN REGISTERING YOUR PROGRAM?

The apprenticeship registration tool called the Standards Builder will help you gather all the information needed to generate the registration package for submission to the U.S. Department of Labor.

Get started by clicking Create Your Account. Fill out the required information and click submit. You will receive a welcome email including your username, temporary password, and next steps. Already have an account? Click Register Your Program to access the apprenticeship registration tool. 

Need help getting started? Apprenticeship consultants are located across the country and are available to help you register your program, find funding resources, and find potential apprentices at no additional cost to you. Click Find a Consultant, enter your location, and click search.