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On-the-Job Training (OJT) / Apprenticeship
Who Benefits from OJT / Apprenticeship?

EMPLOYEES benefit by having an opportunity to learn and gain experience in the construction trades in order to prepare for a career - not just a job. Trainees who go on to complete standardized apprenticeship training can make a living anywhere, and may eventually become construction business owners themselves.

 
EMPLOYERS benefit by developing a highly skilled workforce to meet the demands of the future and the opportunity to diversify their workforce. Employers may pay registered apprentices a reduced hourly wage during training. In-House OJT trainees shall be paid full prevailing wage for the type of work performed.
 
THE PUBLIC benefits from family wage jobs that add to the economic health of the community while making improvements to Oregon's roads.

 

 

 

Contents

 Mission Statement
 Program Objectives
 Who Benefits?
 Training Programs
 Getting Connected
 Resource Links
 OJT Forms