Job & Family Services Apprenticeship
Ohio State Apprenticeship Council (OSAC)

The Ohio State Apprenticeship Council Office registers and monitors apprenticeship programs to ensure their quality and safety. Ohio has more than 900 Registered Apprenticeship programs that teach high-level skills for today's workplace. Each program includes a minimum of 2000 hours of structured on-the-job training and 144 hours each year of related technical instruction.


For Potential Program Sponsors

Information brochure: "Is Your Workforce Prepared?"


For Currently Registered Sponsors:

How to access the RAPIDS database - a user's guide for registered sponsors to conduct online apprentice transactions
Forms Online


For Potential Apprentices

Information brochure:  "The Other Four-Year Degree"
To ask about application procedures, contact the individual program sponsors.
    Finding a Registered Apprenticeship Program
    View Current Opportunities.


Additional Links

OhioMeansJobs.com  Post your resume, search for jobs, career fairs and workshops.
Career One Stop is a proud partner of the AmericanJobCenter network.
State Approving Agency for Veterans Training map and contact information of Ohio's Area Consultants.


General Information about the Ohio State Apprenticeship Council

OSAC Policy - Rules of Procedure (Sept. 2011)
  Policy on pre-apprenticeship
Council Meetings and members
2014 Ohio Apprenticeship Conference

  Ohio Administrative Code 5101:11 (effective 8/7/2014)

 


Frequently Asked Questions


For more information:
P.O. Box 1618
Columbus, Ohio 43216-1618
Fax (614) 466-7912
Phone 1-888-296-7541, Option 3
E-mail: apprenticeship@jfs.ohio.gov



Last updated 08/20/2014