Apprenticeship Model Launched in Utah
A Swiss company is bringing its apprenticeship model to Utah to build a skilled workforce for its new facility in this country.
The Swiss model, applauded by the Trump administration and broadly supported by the public, has students split time between classes and paid, on-the-job training to get skills for a specific industry.
Stadler Rail, a Swiss manufacturing company that has contracts to build trains in California and Texas, decided to replicate the apprenticeship system after finding a dearth of employees with the correct skills for its U.S. facility in Salt Lake City.
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