Apprenticeship is a system of skilled occupational training that combines practical work experiences with related academic and technical instruction. An apprentice works on the job for an employer and is taught and supervised by an experienced person in the chosen occupation. The preplanned progressively challenging work-based learning experience usually extends two to four years. The apprentice must successfully complete related instruction chosen by the employer. The apprentice is periodically evaluated and granted wage increases for satisfactory progress. Upon completion of the work progress and the related instruction, the apprentice is skilled and knowledgeable and will receive certification as a journeyman in the field.
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