APP 101

A 2-year USDOL Apprenticeship, intended for a fulltime employee that will be a part-time college student in hands-on courses.

Apprenticeships offered in the 13-county Georgia Mountains WorkSource Region include:

Industrial Maintenance Tech

Mechanical, Fluids, Pneumatics, Electrical and Control systems for standard and PLC, and other support processes

CNC Machinist

Metalworking, Programming and set up of CNC Mill and Lathe, Blueprint reading, Precision Measuring, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GDT), CAD/CAM programming, and other support processes

General Machinist

Manual Machining, Lathes, Mills, Grinding, Metalworking, Blueprint Reading, Precision Measuring, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GDT), and other support processes


Mechanical Drawings, Layout, Measurement, Metal Cutting, Shearing, Bending, Welding Processes (Stick, Mig and Tig), and other support processes

Quality Technician

Principals, Practices, Systems, and Planning, Process Control (SPC), Measurement, Gage Calibration, R&R, Capability, Lean, Problem Solving, Safety, Analytic Software, Interpersonal and professional communication, Presentation Skills, and other support processes

CAD Drafter

CAD Software, 2D & 3D Modeling, Technical Drawings, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GDT), Orthographic Projection, and other support processes

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Apprentice Checklist

APP101 Start-up

Month 1: Employer Commitment
Month 2:
Candidate(s) determined and registered
Month 3:
Complete company processes
Month 4:
Begin apprenticeship

Workforce Skill DEMAND outweighs Workplace Skill SUPPLY

Creating ample opportunity for a person with a hands on aptitude to create a career in the manufacturing sector.

APP101 is an Apprenticeship program specifically supporting an Industry Sector.