Check out a variety of training and resources developed by Apprenticeship Colorado and our partners below to help Sponsors, employers, and partners implement high-quality programs.
- Registered Apprenticeship Resources for Sponsors & Employers
- The How to Develop and Revise a Wage Schedule Resource (coming soon!) is a document for Sponsors of Registered Apprenticeships in Colorado to clarify the requirements for developing and revising Wage Schedules.
- The Apprenticeship Sponsor Reference Guide is the go-to resource to help RAP Sponsors and their partners implement Program Standards. The Guide also includes information on outreach, hiring, program administration, and other tools to support your program's success. Visit the Sponsor page on Managing Your Program to learn more!
- The RAPIDS Overview Video is a great resource that provides Sponsors with an overview of the Registered Apprenticeship Data Information System (RAPIDS). Sponsors will become familiar with the components of RAPIDS and how to navigate within the system.
- Quarterly Sponsor Snapshot Newsletters are the need-to-know information for Sponsors from the Quality Assurance team on program requirements, services offered by Apprenticeship Colorado, and more. Check out previous editions here:
- Registered Apprenticeship Resources for Program Development
- Interested in seeing what a Registered Apprenticeship on-the-job learning and related instruction outline looks like? Review sample Work Processes from Colorado Registered Apprenticeship Programs (RAPs) in a variety of different industries to increase your knowledge of RAPs.
- The How to Develop and Revise a Wage Schedule (coming soon!) is a resource for Sponsors and employers of Registered Apprenticeships that walks through Wage Schedule development, inclusive of promising practices for creating competitive Wage Schedules in Colorado.
- Registered Apprenticeship Resources for Career Service Professionals
- The Apprenticeship Directory Desk Aid is a resource for professionals and partners who work with career seekers and students by providing guidance on how to use the Colorado Registered Apprenticeship Program Directory.
- Registered Apprenticeship Training
- WorkforceGPS is a USDOL-funded resource offering an Apprenticeship Community with events, community resources, training and more. Whether you’re working with businesses looking to hire, train, or retain a skilled workforce; or people looking for a career, Registered Apprenticeship can help. We hope you use this community to find tools and resources to help you grow apprenticeship opportunities.
- Sign up to receive That's A RAP! Registered Apprenticeship Training Newsletter to get training sent directly to your inbox each month from Apprenticeship Colorado.
- DEIA Resources for Apprenticeships
- USDOL Resources from the Office of Apprenticeship for sponsors including EEO Regulations, Anti-Harassment Training, and more.
- Job Accommodation Network (JAN) offers free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.
- The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission maintains a Small Business Resource Center to help you find answers to common questions about your responsibilities under the federal employment discrimination laws.
The Rocky Mountain ADA Center provides information, guidance, and training on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) tailored to meet the needs of organizations in Colorado.
- Employer Assistance and Resource Network on Disability Inclusion (EARN) offers information and resources to help employers recruit, hire, retain, and advance people with disabilities.
- Colorado Civil Rights Division enforces the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act (CADA) and complaints process.