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The long-term success of all organizations require a diverse body of talented employees that can bring fresh ideas, perspectives and views to their work. is Enabling your managers to capitalize on a representative mixture of genders, cultures, ages and lifestyles to respond to business opportunities requires new approaches.
In this program we will examine how a well-run apprenticeship program can be used attract, build skills, and retain a more diverse workforce.
Finding a diverse population of candidates with the right skills and abilities can be achieved via apprenticeships. Apprenticeships are especially useful in helping candidates from disadvantaged communities who may not have the skills or knowledge normally need to fill a career opportunity.
After all, apprentices are expected to build their skills and qualifications, not be fully job ready on day one.
A well-designed apprenticeship program provides both mentoring from an experienced, knowledgeable, incumbent employee and a supportive community These two element helps reduce job related anxiety, forges strong relationships, and reduces turnover by helping to weave new employees into the fabric of their employer company.
On-the-job training keeps apprentices learning new skills and gaining new accomplishments, building their own confidence and receiving appreciation form co-workers.
Offering a clear, well-structured career path as an alternative to a traditional, debt-laden college degree attracts a wide range of candidates from all communities.
Why should you Attend:
There is a growing skills gap in the talent marketplace. If the economy heats up as forecast, this gap will continue to widen. The existing lack of representation among women, African-Americans, Hispanics, new immigrants, and even veterans in the workforce makes it more and more difficult to create any diversity within almost every field.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- What is an Apprenticeship?
- What Occupations are suitable for Apprenticeships
- Intern or Apprentice, what's the Difference
- Key Elements of an Effective Apprenticeship Program
- Building your Own Apprenticeship Program vs. Using a Partner
- Business Owners
- Human Resources
- Talent Acquisition, and Recruiting Professionals
- Diversity and /or Inclusion Specialists, Managers, Directors and Officers
Joe Rosner is a crime prevention and self defense expert with military, law enforcement and professional bodyguard experience. You will enjoy his high-energy, informal, personal presentation, punctuated with enough commonly known information to keep you interested and involved.
Joe helps people to "prepare without the scare" by using humor, audience participation and common sense ideas to be safe. He learned and tested simple, effective strategies to recognize and avoid dangerous people and situations and know what do when confronted by violence.