Construction Registered Apprenticeships
Did You Know?
- Construction occupations build, repair, and remodel structures, bridges, highways, and more.
- Overall growth in the economy and population will increase demand for new buildings and roads.
- Approximately half of active apprentices in Wisconsin work in construction occupations.
How Do I Apply?
- Construction registered apprenticeships are sponsored by local committees, not individual employers.
- Apply directly to the local committee, not the employer.
- Satisfy the committee's minimum entry requirements, which may include an aptitude test, interview, and more.
- The committee will notify qualified applicants as to the next steps.
- The committee will place apprentices in jobs using the rank order list or letter of introduction.
- The rank order list is a list of candidates in order of their accumulative scores; employers request an apprentice, and the committee contacts the next apprentice on the list.
- The letter of introduction states the applicant is eligible to be hired as an apprentice; the applicant must then find an employer to sponsor their apprenticeship.
Construction Registered Apprenticeships in Wisconsin:
Apprenticeships that have Local Apprenticeship Committees are denoted with a gold star in bold