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Ohio State Apprenticeship Council (OSAC)


Registered Apprenticeship programs teach high-level skills for today's workplace. Ohio has more than 1,100 registered apprenticeship programs in fields as diverse as: aerospace, construction, energy, health care, manufacturing, and utilities. Each program includes, at minimum, 2,000 hours of structured on-the-job training and 144 hours per year of related technical instruction.

Both businesses and job seekers benefit from apprenticeship opportunities. Businesses gain access to a pool of workers who have been trained to industry specifications at a reasonable cost. Apprentices are able to earn a living as they train for high-quality, reliable employment and a rewarding career.