Apprenticeship Addresses the Skills Gap!

Learn While You Earn

Keep Production Up While Training Your Workforce

Job Placement is Included     Call Us - 401-232-0077

How Do You Become an Apprentice?

You Need 3 Things:

  1. A full-time manufacturing job 
  2. A sponsor, like We Make RI, that will manage your Apprentice records and make sure your supervisor ratios are in keeping with the law
  3. A "Registered Instruction Provider" like We Make RI that is approved by the State Apprentice Council to deliver your training


Don't have the skills to land a full-time manufacturing job?  That's what our Pre-Apprentice  program is for! 

What Do Apprentice Employers Have to Do?

  • Supervise the On the Job Learning components designed specifically for their Apprentices
  • Support the continuous learning for Apprentices
  • Receive substantial incentives based on the number of Apprentices on the premises 


We Make RI can do the paperwork, provide trained Pre-Apprentices, and design custom Apprentice programs to meet your unique learning needs! 

Not All Apprentices Are Entry Level Workers!


If you are changing jobs within manufacturing or if you're moving up to a better position and need training - that's an opportunity to (re) Apprentice!


As long as there is a formal training program in place, registered with the Apprentice Council, then incumbent workers can be Apprentices.


Talk with our Apprentice Coordinator before you make a decision on offering a promotion - you may receive substantial incentives for the training you would be doing anyway.


We want to talk with you.


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