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Informational Materials available through Office of Apprenticeship Web site:

Department of Labor Publishes Rules and Regulations to Modernize National Apprenticeship System

What’s New – Information on grants, bulletins and circulars:

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

Funding Opportunities and Tax Credits:

The Office of Apprenticeship provides a list of the officially recognized apprenticeable occupations.

Related Information

StudentO*Net - The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations. The O*NET database houses this data and O*NET Online provides easy access to that information:

Central Iowa Construction
They have a video on their site that explains each building trade occupation:

Informational Tools & Resources offered by Iowa Workforce Development

StudentIowa Workforce Development (IWD) – IWD contributes to Iowa's economic growth by providing quality customer-driven services that support prosperity, productivity, health and safety for Iowans. In conjunction with state and local economic development efforts, IWD also assists businesses to fulfill their workforce needs. A wealth of information and links:

IowaJobs Iowa's Largest Job Bank - IowaJobs has thousands of jobs posted each business day. IowaJobs gives you 24-hour access to all of the job listings in IWD's statewide system. IowaJobs provides links to job listings in other states through America's Job Central National Labor Exchange, and additional local, state and federal jobs.

IowaWorks - Iowa Workforce Development's one-stop resource for Iowa businesses to find workforce information and solutions:

Labor Market Information (LMI) - Iowa's data includes: employment and unemployment levels; wages; labor availability; and a variety of other information designed to help you understand labor market conditions.

Iowa Workforce Development has created the Youth For Iowa web site as a resource for Iowa's students and youth:

Iowa Eligible Training Providers - Eligible training providers include: (1) Postsecondary educational institutions that are eligible to receive funds under Title IV of the Higher Education Act of 1965 and provide a program that leads to an associate degree, baccalaureate degree or certificate; (2) Entities that carry out programs under the National Apprenticeship Act, and (3) Other public or private providers of a program of training services.

At a time when the Midwest continues to experience job losses and a challenging economic outlook, new energy industries in the Midwest are emerging as focal points for job creation.

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