2017 - A Jeweler’s Guide to Apprenticeships

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2017 - A Jeweler’s Guide to Apprenticeships

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MJSA (Manufacturing Jewelers and Suppliers of America) and many other industry experts have called attention to the statistic that fewer new bench jewelers are coming into the jewelry field than will be retiring within the next decade. In order to ensure the health and creative continuance of jewelry manufacture in the U.S., new and traditional training methods of apprenticeship need to be re-imagined and re-applied in our industry.

Utilizing the most current information from adult technical education practices and applying research from apprenticeship programs in other countries and other fields, the author will present multiple effective pathways to establishing rewarding apprenticeship programs for jewelry businesses. Whether you have 12 or 1200 employees, this guide can help you find, train, and retain the best and brightest of potential employees to your business.

Author: Nanz Aalund

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