Apprenticeship Programs

Today the apprenticeship process is a formal arrangement involving employers, apprenticeship committees, state government, technical colleges, and individuals who want to learn a skilled craft through on-the-job training and applied classroom instruction.

The State of Wisconsin recognizes more than 300 apprenticeable occupations. Many individuals, including women and minorities, have discovered that apprenticeship training offers an opportunity for a good-paying career.

How Do I Become An Apprentice?

  • Select a trade or occupation -- Electrician.
  • Apply to the appropriate apprenticeship office.
  • Testing for apprenticeship.
  • Forward an official high school diploma or GED transcript to the appropriate apprenticeship office.

Attention Veterans

It is possible to use GI Bill benefits for apprenticeship training. Contact the Veterans Office at (888) 442-4551 or your local county Veterans Service Officer.