We Bridge The Widening Talent Gap For Employers
Rapidly build, launch, and scale custom apprenticeship and train-to-hire-programs with our proven frameworks, learning tracks, and expertise.
They Get The Skills.
You Get The Talent.
With over 3,000 learning modules, Apprentice Now can fit the needs of businesses across most industries. Explore our learning programs in both tech and skilled trades below:
A Core Construction course imparts fundamental skills for the construction industry. Key skills include blueprint reading, safety practices, carpentry, masonry, electrical and plumbing basics, project planning, and communication. Graduates are prepared for entry-level positions in various construction trades and can progress to more specialized roles with further training.
In an HVAC Installer course, students acquire skills to install and set up heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Key skills include interpreting blueprints, selecting appropriate equipment, assembling and connecting components, and understanding refrigeration principles. Safety practices, efficient installation techniques, and compliance with regulations are emphasized.
An HVAC Technician course teaches skills vital for servicing and repairing heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems. Key skills include diagnosing system issues, maintaining equipment, understanding refrigeration cycles, adhering to safety protocols, and complying with industry regulations. Graduates are prepared to work as HVAC service technicians.
A Plumbing Service Technician course equips students with skills for servicing and repairing plumbing systems. Key skills include diagnosing issues, repairing leaks, maintaining fixtures, interpreting blueprints, adhering to safety regulations, and providing customer service. Graduates are prepared for careers in plumbing maintenance and service.
A Welding course imparts skills for joining and fabricating metal structures. Key skills include operating welding equipment, interpreting blueprints, understanding welding techniques (MIG, TIG, stick), ensuring safety, and producing quality welds. Graduates are prepared for careers in metalworking, construction, and manufacturing.
A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) course equips students with skills necessary for safe and professional operation of large vehicles. Key skills include vehicle control, traffic regulations, cargo handling, route planning, and pre-trip inspections. Graduates are prepared for careers as commercial truck drivers, bus drivers, or other CDL-required roles.
A Data Center Operation Technician course teaches skills vital for managing and maintaining data center infrastructure. Key skills include server installation, network management, power and cooling systems operation, equipment maintenance, troubleshooting, and disaster recovery planning. Graduates are equipped to ensure the reliable and efficient operation of data centers.
An Application Developer course equips students with skills for designing and building software applications. Key skills include programming proficiency, database management, user interface design, debugging, security practices, and collaboration within the software development lifecycle. Graduates are prepared to create applications for various platforms and industries.
A Cyber Security Support Technician course focuses on skills for assisting with cybersecurity tasks. Key skills include threat detection, incident response, system hardening, security tools usage, and communication with security teams. Graduates are prepared for roles as support technicians within cybersecurity teams, protecting systems and data from threats.
In an End User Computing course, key skills include proficiency in using computer operating systems, software applications, and productivity tools. Students learn to navigate and troubleshoot common technical issues, manage files and data, utilize office suites, and understand basic cybersecurity and data privacy practices, promoting efficient end-user productivity.
A Software Testing Services course imparts skills necessary for ensuring software quality. Key skills include test planning, test case design, test automation, defect tracking, regression testing, and collaboration with development teams. Graduates are prepared for careers as software testers and quality assurance professionals in the software industry.
An IT Infrastructure Support course imparts skills for maintaining and troubleshooting IT infrastructure components. Key skills include hardware and software troubleshooting, system administration, network support, and effective communication with end-users. Graduates are prepared for roles in IT support and infrastructure management, ensuring the reliability of computer systems and networks.
A Network Support Specialist course teaches skills for maintaining and troubleshooting computer networks. Key skills include network configuration, diagnosing issues, security practices, and working with network hardware and software. Graduates are prepared for roles in IT support and network administration, ensuring the reliability of computer networks.
Our turnkey talenT solutions
On-the-job training woven with our academic expertise prepare workers for high-skill careers. Employers see an average of +40% ROI and 90% retention from apprenticeship programs.
Federal and local grants often subsidize some of the education cost of candidates hired through this method, further reducing your cost and risk.
With over 5,000 hours of coursework available, we custom tailor your train-to-hire program to deliver quality candidates prepared from day one.
Even if a train-to-hire or apprenticeship program isn’t necessary for a particular role, we can provide specialized assistance in recruiting full-time employees for your business.
Experiencing a skill gap with your existing employees? Leverage our extensive learning modules to level up your current workforce to continuously meet your evolving business needs.
In a “Train-to-Hire” program, we will learn the needs of your business, source candidates that fit your needs, put them through a rigorous training process designed to equip them with the skills needed to perform day-to-day responsibilities and prepare for industry-required certifications.
Upon the candidate’s completion, you will assess their performance and cultural fit and only hire those who fit the bill—mitigating your risk and improving overall retention and engagement.
Apprenticeships inherently include all the benefits of a train-to-hire program, but extend beyond just day one. Additional technical training, a defined career path, and mentorships make Apprenticeships a figurative incubation chamber to create your ideal employees. Pre-determined wage increases at key learning and performance milestones motivate apprentices to not only perform well, but to stay with your company.
Financial benefits such as local, state, and federal grants can often be accessed to help subsidize the cost to find and train each candidate.
Need skilled candidates soon?
We may already have students prepared.
A Low Risk Investment
As an official ambassador to the Department of Labor Apprenticeship program and DoD Skillbridge, costs of our learning tracks can often be subsidized — reducing your cost.
Plus, only hire candidates that end up meeting the desired standard and are a good fit for your business.
Variety of Programs and Methods
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