Wisconsin's technical colleges provide related instruction for the majority of apprenticeship programs in Wisconsin. Formal state-sponsored apprenticeship training has played a vital role in training Wisconsin's skilled workforce since 1911. And now there are more apprenticeship programs than ever before - training and education in high-demand jobs like IT and mechatronics.
With an annual median salary of $71,624 for all apprenticeship completers in 2015-16, it's easy to see why participation has increased about 64% since 2013.*
- Apprenticeship Overview
- Apprenticeship Programs
- Apprenticeship Requirements
- Employer/Sponsor FAQ
- Student/Employee FAQ
- Youth Apprenticeship
- Apprenticeship Contacts
Locate the Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards (BAS) contact in your area for assistance, more details, and questions not already answered.
*Source: WTCS 2015-16 Apprenticeship Completion Report, released January 2018.