Benefits for employers
Grow your workforce. Start an apprenticeship program
A member of the ApprenticeshipNH team will work with you to develop a Registered Apprenticeship program to meet the needs of your business and walk you through the registration process. The ApprenticeshipNH team has the expertise and financial resources to help you develop an apprenticeship program. ApprenticeshipNH can also help you with recruiting and screening potential apprentices, while guiding you to resources in NH that help to fund the cost of on-the-job learning and related instruction.
Registered Apprenticeship is a great way to create a pipeline of skilled workers trained to meet your expectations. As a productive employee from day one, an apprentice in your program receives direct hands-on training from you while they receive technical training from the Community College System of NH. Apprentices work with a mentor within your company who will show them the “tips of the trade” while enhancing or improving the company culture through knowledge transfer and building relationships.
Did you know?
For every dollar spent on apprenticeship, employers get approximately $1.50 ROI.
More than 150,000
employers and labor management organizations benefit from apprenticeships.
Existing and current employees are eligible to enroll.
Grants and other federal funds may be available to help
offset the cost of tuition.
Registered Apprenticeship: a win-win for companies and employees
Studies show businesses that use a Registered Apprenticeship program reduce worker turnover because of greater employee loyalty, increased productivity and an improved bottom line. NH’s community colleges have extensive experience in developing employer-driven programs to meet your specific needs. Other benefits of apprenticeship include:
- Train to your standards and culture
- Customize the program to meet your company’s needs
- Screen and hire candidates just like you would any other incoming employee
- Help spark interest in a new career
- Offset or eliminate the cost of onboarding and new hire skills training
- Screen new candidates for “fit” before extending a long-term job offer
- Build your apprenticeship program to suit your recruiting goals
- Partner with experienced CCSNH training approaches and instructors
- Establish and promote community partnerships
- Coordinate knowledge transfer from retiring employees to new hires
- Fill current and future positions