Craft apprenticeship in Europe
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Craft apprenticeship in Europe by D. Parkes

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Published by Further Education Staff College .
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Statementby D. Parkes.
SeriesComparative papers in further education no 5
ContributionsFurther Education Staff College.
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Open LibraryOL21445661M

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This study deals mainly with training for skilled craft occupations in large and small undertakings, but also covers apprenticeships for technician, student, graduate and commercial trainees. The absence of legislation governing apprenticeship is noted and the work of national joint apprenticeship bodies set up by collective agreement is. Craft apprenticeships begin with a Phase 1 in the workplace and then after a period of time you move to a Phase 2 in an education facility. Training alternates between the workplace and an education facility. Craft Training & Apprenticeship Careers In Construction Each person that enters the industry is on the path to earning a competitive salary, learning a new skill and building America. Apprenticeships and craft guilds in the Netherlands, – Working Paper (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Ruben Schalk.

  Apprenticeship. apprenticeship, system of learning a craft or trade from one who is engaged in it and of paying for the instruction by a given number of years of work. The practice was known in ancient Babylon, Egypt, Greece, and Rome, as well as in modern Europe and to some extent in the United States. The Corporation’s Apprentice Training Scheme was established under the Apprenticeship Ordinance in , and has been recognized by the Office of the Director of Apprenticeship. To date, more than 1, young people have completed the training. A three-year Technician Apprentice scheme, a two-year Craft Apprentice scheme, and a one-year Administrative Apprentice scheme were initiated in September , with Entry being the first Technician Apprentice entry, Entry being the first of the Craft Apprentice entries, and Entry being the first of the Administrative Apprentice.   The craft guilds are of interest to Freemasons and those interested in Freemasonry because they have like terms. The use of the terms of Apprentice, Journeyman, and Master is well known, with slight variation, to Freemasons as well as to any member of a guild in the middle ages in Europe. These were the common terms to designate the proficiency.