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What’s new?

The first edition of the Alabama Work-Based Learning Handbook is now available for download here

The new forms for claiming your 2020 Apprenticeship tax credit are available. 

Click HERE to learn about the AOA’s new process for certifying pre-apprenticeship programs. 

Check out our updated FAQ page. 


I’m an employer

Do you need to recruit, train, and retain employees?

I’m a job seeker

Are you looking for a new skill set and an affordable pathway to get it?

I’m a student

Do you want to plan for your future career or look for job training?

AOA Resources

Are you looking for deeper information about apprenticeship?


The most requested piece of information is, “Where are there apprenticeships in Alabama?”

The map below begins to answer that question. Click on the star to see the name of the sponsor and the occupations they train. As we continue to update our data, we will add contact information as well.

The mission of the Alabama Office of Apprenticeship

is to expand the use of registered apprenticeships (RAs) and Alabama industry recognized apprenticeship programs (AIRAPs) for providing high-quality career training which will enable workers and employers to prosper in pursuit of the continued economic development of our state.

PARTNERS

ICYMI, there is an new small business grant program for COVID relief. Check out the application here:
https://crf.alabama.gov/revivePlus.aspx
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#Jobs | YKTA in #Huntsville, #Alabama is seeking applicants for positions including:
Machine Maintenance Team Members & Tool and Die Maintenance Team Members. $22-$30 per hour | based on experience. Relocation assistance is available.
https://sm.aidt.edu/YKTA-Jobs

This little article is worth a few minutes to read. https://www.smartbrief.com/original/2020/11/grow-and-learn-how-be-grateful?utm_source=brief

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