Registered Apprenticeship Programs
Registered apprenticeship programs enable employers to develop and apply industry standards to training programs for registered apprentices that can increase productivity and improve the quality of the workforce. Apprentices who complete registered apprenticeship programs are accepted by the industry as journey workers. By providing on-the-job training, related classroom instruction, and guaranteed wage structures, employers who sponsor apprentices provide incentives to attract and retain more highly qualified employees and improve productivity. Certifications earned through registered apprenticeship programs are recognized nationwide. Please click on the following link to access the Annual Apprenticeship Reports.
Director of Apprenticeship
325 West Gaines Street, Suite 714
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
Apprenticeship Outreach Manager
- Region 1: Daisy Gray
- Region 2: Daisy Gray
- Region 3: William Lauver
- Region 4: Stephen Seville (Interim)
- Region 5: Steven Lindas
- Region 6: Anne Everly
- Region 7: Stephen Seville
- Region 8: Valvery Hillsman
- Region 9: Lorena Vasquez
- Statewide: Daisy Gray
Construction Craft Laborer Registered Apprenticeship Programs
To locate Construction Craft Laborer registered apprenticeship opportunities by county, please select the following link to the memo titled ‘Construction Craft Laborer Registered Apprenticeship Programs by County’ (PDF).
To locate a registered apprenticeship opportunity near you, please select the following link to the Apprenticeship Job Finder.