Find out who AJAC is, where our training programs are located, why apprenticeship works and the number of other innovative programs AJAC is developing to train and educate a diverse and highly skilled workforce.
AJAC hosted their largest graduation ceremony on Friday, June 27, 2014, at The Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington to celebrate AJAC’s 21 graduating Machinist (Aircraft-Oriented) Apprentices. The graduates were awarded a nationally recognized journey-level certificate for completing AJAC’s four year apprenticeship program. These new journey-level professionals are employed across 10 aerospace and advanced manufacturing companies in Washington State who participate in AJAC’s apprenticeship program as registered Training Agents.
With AJAC, you can build your workforce with highly skilled tradespeople in three ways
Find out if you have the skills to become an aerospace or advanced manufacturing apprentice and how to get started with AJAC.
Find the resources you need for logging and tracking your apprenticeship hours through the Apprentice Tracking System.
(AJAC Participating Employers) – Review and approve your apprentices’ hours through the Apprentice Tracking System.