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Directive:

TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT NOTICE NO. 44-11

Subject:
Encouraging Enhanced Partnerships and Collaboration between the Workforce Investment System and Registered Apprenticeship Programs

Purpose:
To encourage workforce investment system leaders to develop and enhance partnerships and resource-leveraging efforts with Registered Apprenticeship programs in order to increase job seekers’ access to career pathways utilizing Registered Apprenticeship. Although state and local workforce system budgets continue to be constrained and high growth employment opportunities are very scarce in this economy, partnering with Registered Apprenticeship is a proven way to improve placements for job seekers looking for a sustainable career, as well as to engage with employers in communities seeking to improve the skills of their workforce.

To:
ALL STATE WORKFORCE AGENCIES
ALL STATE WORKFORCE LIAISONS
OFFICE OF APPRENTICESHIP STATE AND REGIONAL DIRECTORS
ALL STATE APPRENTICESHIP COUNCILS
ALL STATE APPRENTICESHIP DIRECTORS
OFFICE OF APPRENTICESHIP FIELD STAFF
From:
JANE OATES
Assistant Secretary
Date:
May 10, 2012
Expiration Date:



Contact:  Please direct inquiries to the appropriate ETA Regional Office, Office of Apprenticeship Regional Director, or State Director.  Contact information may be found at http://www.doleta.gov/oa/contactus.cfm.

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1. Partnering for Success: Recommendations to Facilitate Greater Collaboration between the Registered Apprenticeship and Public Workforce Systems
2. Quick Reference Guide: Registered Apprenticeship Performance and Measurement



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