7 In-Demand
Training Programs

The Apprentice Now solution

Why Us?

Apprentice Now has some of the best training programs on the market, paired with a dedicated talent acquisition team. With over 3,000 hours of coursework available, we’ve got everything you need to customize your train-to-hire pipeline and deliver job ready talent.

Wide Selection

On top of our seven best-in-class programs, we can customize a program just for your business.


We assess all of our candidates to make sure they will be a good fit for your business and capable of excelling in the necessary role.


We provide job ready skills so that our candidates will be prepared to start as soon as possible.

Employer Program

Here's What Employers Have To Say

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4 Reasons to Choose Train-to-Hire


Our training programs only take 8-12 weeks, so we can get you a new staff trained in just 3 months.


The training, recruiting, and onboarding are all a part of our program, so you won’t need to worry about anything.


Apprentice Now’s candidates are looking for careers in their respective industries, so our retention rates are incredibly high.


Our program integrates with your company meaning onboarding times and fees are minimized.
Industry Giants Who Hire Our Candidates

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