Registered Apprenticeship

What is Registered Apprenticeship?

Registered Apprenticeship is a nation-wide training system that produces high skilled workers to meet the demands of a skilled American workforce. It is a unique, flexible system that combines job-related technical instruction with structured on-the-job learning experiences. Registered Apprenticeship benefits employers, apprentices, and the nation.

Central Georgia Technical College is committed to supporting the on-the-job curriculum through technical instruction.
Apprenticeships are employer-designed and structured for on-the-job learning (OJL). Technical instructors compliment and parallel OJL by working with employers to craft a customized curriculum.

Apprenticeships can be found in industries such as:

  • Construction & Manufacturing
  • Information Technology & Networking
  • Healthcare
  • Service & Retail Industries
  • Military
  • Public Sector & Public Utilities

Employer Benefits:

  • Skilled workers trained to industry specifications to produce quality results
  • Reduced turnover
  • Pipeline for new skilled workers

Apprentice Benefits:

  • Jobs that typically pay higher wages
  • Higher quality of life and skills versatility
  • Opportunity for college credit and future degrees

National Benefits:

  • Highly skilled workforce
  • Increased competitive edge in global competition
  • System that contributes to and sustains economic growth
For more info:
Office of Academic Affairs
Phone: (478) 757-3509
Interfor Apprenticeship to CGTC AAS Credit Agreement details can be found on the Prior Learning Assessment website at
Additional work-study opportunities for students can be found on the CGTC Career Services website at