Survey Questionnaire

OMB Control No. 1205-0436

Expiration Date: 06/30/2020

APPRENTICESHIP AND SIMILAR WORK-BASED TRAINING PROGRAMS

Thank you very much for providing information about programs offered in your company to train new workers in key occupational skills – and that involves apprenticeship or similar types of work-based learning. This survey will help identify examples of current or new employer activities in this area and key issues of concern to employers and will be used to help develop policy on such programs in the future.

Please note that neither your identity nor that of your company will be revealed and your responses will be compiled with those from other businesses. Respondent information will be protected to the extent permitted by law.

The survey is being conducted by the Department of Labor’s Employment and Training Administration (ETA) under OMB Control #1205-0436. ETA’s Office of Apprenticeship (OA) is directing the survey and the IMPAQ research firm is administering it under contract with ETA. If you have any questions or comments regarding any aspect of this survey, please contact OA staff at apprenticeship@dol.gov.

The survey should take about 10 minutes to complete. Please consult others in your organization as needed. There are no right or wrong answers but please know that information about your company’s experience with, and candid opinions about, apprenticeship and other work-based training, will be very much appreciated. Thank you for your responses to this important survey!

EMPLOYERS, TELL US ABOUT YOUR APPRENTICESHIP STORY

1. Please provide the name of your apprenticeship or work-based training program.

2. Please provide a brief description of your apprenticeship or work-based training program. 

4. Is there a specific target occupation for this apprenticeship or work-based learning program?

5. Where is your program located?

9a. Please identify the type of credential.

19. What do you think would help your company most in adopting new or expanding existing apprenticeship or work-based training programs?