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When journeypersons have supports to mentor apprentices, skills are acquired efficiently, workplace productivity is enhanced and turnover is reduced.

As new technologies are integrated into apprenticeship technical training, there are a number of challenges associated with increasing technological demands.

Employers are encouraged to consider better ways to recruit apprentices by taking advantage of existing resources.

Highlights of the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum’s work over the last year.

Highlights of the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum’s work over the last year.

CAF-FCA identifies four major areas where the federal government could have a substantive impact regarding apprenticeship completion and certification.

This report examines trends associated with registrations and completions, providing data analysis of the Registered Apprenticeship Information System (2010).

This guide provides information on how to support the development of Essential Skills interventions in pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship programs.