Find out who AJAC is, where our aerospace apprenticeship programs are located in Washington State, why apprenticeship works and the number of other innovative programs AJAC is developing to train and educate a diverse and highly skilled workforce.
To support Snohomish County’s manufacturing sector, the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC) and Workforce Snohomish are partnering to skill-up unemployed individuals through a full-time 10 week pre-apprenticeship program, called the Manufacturing Academy (MA). Five classes will be offered, starting Jan. 2015 through March 2016 at WorkSource Monroe in Monroe, WA.
MA students will acquire the technical hands-on training, certifications and soft skills needed to pursue entry-level employment in apprenticeable occupations such as, industrial maintenance, machining or precision metal fabrication.
With AJAC’s Washington State Apprenticeship program, 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.