Online resources for Apprenticeship Training
- Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Apprenticeship homepage
- Apprenticeship Registration and Tracking System (ARTS)
- Apprenticeship Programs by county and occupation lookup page
- How to become an apprentice
Apprenticeship is one of the best ways to get the experience and training you need to start your career. Often, starting an apprenticeship is similar to getting a job. You have to decide on a program you’re interested in, apply for the apprenticeship, interview with the program staff, and be accepted into the program. There are also recognized Apprenticeship Preparation Program with defined pathways to a registered apprenticeship.
The Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) is a Youth Apprenticeship Program designed for high school students 16 years and older to develop career-ready skills in the aerospace and advanced manufacturing industries. This is a no-cost program to qualified participants. Upon completion, students will receive industry recognized journey-level certification as a Production Technician.