When you think of apprenticeship programs, Ben Franklin might come to mind (hence our name), as he learned the printing business by being an apprentice. Or you might think of an electrician or master carpenter. After all, the concept of employing someone at a reduced wage while they learn on the job dates to the later Middle Ages.
So, what does an apprenticeship look like when it’s paired with 21st-century technology?
Gain general, foundational IT knowledge and skills while earning a certification from CompTIA in IT Fundamentals IBM Customer Engagement Specialist Professional Certificate An 18-hour program focusing on communication, empathy, problem solving and process efficiency to build your knowledge, skills and behaviors which are needed to be a successful Customer engagement specialist.Learn More
Develop your understanding of introductory enterprise computing and mainframe commands and panels. Through this 110-hour program you’ll learn basic system programming and grow soft skills for design thinking, agile, and professional skills (including problem-solving and collaboration).Learn More
The Franklin Apprenticeships Help Desk program is the perfect place to begin a career in technology, providing support to internal and external customers, helping them to be productive when using technology to do their own jobs.Learn More
Take your career to the next level with Franklin Apprenticeship's Network Engineer program Prepares you for a career in network setup, configuration, and support. This is an 18-month program where you can earn your State Apprenticeship Certificate and CompTIA or Microsoft Certificates.Learn More
If you’re looking for a path to a rewarding career, here it is: Franklin Apprenticeships is proud to team with IBM to offer exciting career opportunities in enterprise computing! Build new technical skills and a long-term professional career through intensive work-based development, comprehensive learning, hands-on training, and mentorship.Learn More
The American Robotics Industry is booming, creating new opportunities for passionate, tech-savvy individuals looking to enter this rewarding, fast-paced field.Learn More
To validate high-quality Industry Recognized Apprenticeship Programs (IRAPs) by the Department of Labor, Franklin is helping employers and industry solve workforce issues by expanding tech apprenticeships across the nation.
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While coaching has long been embraced at the executive level in business, more and more organizations are recognizing its value throughout all levels of their workforces and embracing a culture of coaching.
There are plenty of great reasons to consider apprenticeship as the path to your tech career, and every day we see how apprenticeships change lives for the better.
It’s no secret that the United States has lagged behind Europe – and specifically the United Kingdom – in the adoption of apprenticeships. Why is that, and are we closing the gap?