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Author: Elizabeth H Oakes
Publisher: New York : Ferguson, ©2006.
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Ferguson career resource guide to apprenticeship programs.
New York : Ferguson, ©2006
(DLC) 2005028114
(OCoLC)61731406
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Elizabeth H Oakes
ISBN: 9781438110448 1438110448
OCLC Number: 539423255
Notes: Revised edition of: Ferguson's guide to apprenticeship programs. 2nd ed. 1998.
Includes indexes.
Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes)
Contents: v 1. Introduction and overview. Preface ; Introduction to apprenticeship programs --
Essays. History of apprenticeships in the United States ; How apprenticeships work in Canada ; Applying and interviewing for an apprenticeship ; Volunteering as a way to further your career ; Internships as a way to further your career ; Workplace etiquette --
Directory. Apprenticeships by career field. Agricultural workers ; Aircraft and avionics mechanics and service technicians ; Artists and artisans ; Auto body workers ; Boilermakers ; Book arts workers ; Bricklayers ; Business workers ; Carpenters ; Childcare workers and child educators ; Communications specialists ; Cooks, chefs, and kitchen workers ; Cosmetologists and barbers ; Crafts and trades workers at living historical sites and farms ; Dispensing opticians ; Drywallers and lathers ; Electricians and line workers ; Electronics technicians ; Elevator constructors ; Emergency services technicians ; Engineers and engineering technicians ; Farriers ; Floor layers ; Funeral directors and embalmers ; Glaziers and glass makers ; Health care workers ; Herbalists ; Insulators and asbestos workers ; Ironworkers ; Laborers ; Law enforcement officers, corrections officers, private investigators, detectives, and security guards ; Machinists and tool programmers ; Masons ; Mechanics. v 2. Directory. Apprenticeships by career field (continued). Medical laboratory technicians ; Metalworkers ; Midwives ; Millwrights ; Museum and gallery workers ; Operating engineers and stationary engineers ; Painters and paperhangers ; Pile drivers ; Pipe trades workers ; Plasterers ; Printing industry workers ; Railroad workers ; Roofers and waterproofers ; Sheet metal workers ; Shipbuilding and ship maintenance industry workers ; Social activists and human services workers ; Theater workers ; Tile setters ; Tool, die, mold, and pattern makers ; Truck drivers ; Welders --
Apprenticeships by eligibility. Goodwill industries ; Job corps ; Job Training and Partnership Act (JTPA) Programs --
Schools, job centers, and administrative offices. U.S. Offices of Apprenticeship Training, Employer, and Labor Services ; Community colleges, vocational-technical centers, and trade schools ; Job centers and state liaisons ; Occupational Information Coordinating Committees (OICCS) ; State apprenticeship councils ; State apprenticeship web sites --
Further resources. Glossary of U.S. apprenticeship terms ; Glossary of Canadian apprenticeship terms ; Career resources on the Internet ; Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) list ; Guide for Occupational Exploration (GOE) list ; National Occupational Classification (NOC) list ; Occupational Information Network (O*NET)-Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system list.
Other Titles: Career resource guide to apprenticeship programs
Apprenticeship programs
Ferguson's guide to apprenticeship programs.
Responsibility: edited by Elizabeth H. Oakes.
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