What’s new?

Use our new Apprenticeship Dashboard to explore apprenticeships and in-demand occupations in Alabama.

Apply here for the Governor’s Seal of Excellence in WBL. 

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

The new forms for claiming your 2021 Apprenticeship tax credit are available. 

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

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 markers to see the name of the sponsor and the occupations they train. For a more full exploration of the available apprenticeships and in-demand occupations in Alabama go here to use our new dashboard.

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.


⚡️Economic development projects launched in 2021 are bringing $7.7 billion in new investment & over 10,000 jobs to Alabama


Hardy Corporation’s Heavy Metal Summer Experience (HMSE) is a great opportunity for youth (ages 15-19) to explore the world of construction and the careers it offers, through interactive, hands-on learning! Interested? See flyer for details. @AOA_Works @LaneyWorks @AlabamaSTEM


A great and inspiring event signing 18 interns with four utility companies in Baldwin County. Really an excellent example for how to establish and celebrate #WBL.
@SAWDC @RivieraUtil

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