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Current Apprentices’ Resources

The ABC of Wisconsin Apprenticeship Program is committed to helping individuals throughout their time as an apprentice. Each apprentice is assigned an apprenticeship manager that they are welcome to contact with any questions or concerns throughout the program. Learn more about the resources for you trade through the links below:



Apprenticeship allows inexperienced individuals to enter careers that are for experienced professionals. It combines structured, on-the-job training with classroom instruction. Best of all, apprentices are paid while they learn, even while they attend class!


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Become an Apprentice

With an apprenticeship, you start with a job and build a career. Simply put, a contractor hires you, and then you enroll in the ABC of Wisconsin Apprenticeship Program. Over the next three to five years, you will learn everything you need – through in-class and on-the-job training – to strive in all aspects of your chosen trade. The best part: you get paid!

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Employer Applicants

ABC of Wisconsin continuously looks for new companies to work with in the apprenticeship program, because applicants cannot get into the program without a company to sponsor them. Companies are not required to be members of ABC of Wisconsin to train through our apprenticeship program, but do need to go through the process to be approved as a trainer.