Do I need to have a degree to apply?
No, you do not need a degree to apply—only a high school education is required. If you have a degree and are having a hard time getting a job in the tech field, Apprenti KC can help get you in the door. No prior technical experience is required to be accepted into our program.
How many apprenticeships are available?
The number of available apprenticeships is based on the interest of hiring partners. We add more opportunities on a rolling basis and continue to grow the number of available apprenticeships.
Where can I sign up to learn more about opportunities?
Click here to learn more.
How much can I expect to earn during my one-year apprenticeship?
As a Registered Apprenticeship program, Apprenti sets minimum rates for pay based on location and occupation. These rates are reduced from the normal rate of pay for that occupation in recognition of the fact that you are still learning the job. After six months, you will normally receive a raise if you continue to meet competency requirements. Apprentices are also entitled to health and dental benefits over the course of their job training and potentially other company standard benefits such as 401k retirement savings or a health care savings account.
What is the timeline for an apprenticeship?
The timeline of an apprenticeship varies based on the company's needs.
How long do I have to take the assessment?
You have 10 days to complete the assessment once you start it. So, if you took the math section today, you’d have 10 days to complete the other two assessment sections. You can complete one section of the assessment and return later to complete another section, but you must complete all three sections of the assessment within 10 days. If you do not complete all sections within 10 days, you will receive a 0 score for any incomplete sections.
If I don’t pass the exam, can I retake it?
Yes! You can take it three months after the original exam date. You can also utilize the prep materials Apprenti provides through the applicant portal.
Can I work during my training program?
Most training programs require a full-time commitment, so it is advised that you manage your time in a way that supports the technical training commitment.
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