With early investment in mind, we launched our apprenticeship program in 2017 in anticipation of the aging workforce nearing retirement.
Each year, we improve our program, refining our model to best develop skilled talent to match Pinnacol’s organizational needs.
Prioritizing program alignment with the ever-changing needs of the modern work landscape allows us to effectively train talent for where we will need them most.
The Pinnacol Apprenticeship Program would not be possible without the broad support and encouragement we receive from our invaluable business partners.
CareerWise Colorado lays out the benefits of becoming a business partner.
A Colorado Succeeds’s toolkit provides expert guidance for setting up a new apprenticeship program.
The United States Department of Labor offers employers an overview of apprenticeships and tools to create and improve programs.
Courtesy of Western Governors’ Association webinar
The US Department of Labor also provides tips for educators on starting a program at their schools and connecting with interested employers.
Learn about CareerWise Colorado Switzerland trip with Colorado leaders, including Pinnacol’s CEO, focusing on impressive returns of the country’s apprenticeship programs.