Apprenticeship programs allow participants to learn while they earn. Motivated individuals have the opportunity to learn a trade as they work full-time under the supervision of skilled professionals of the trade. Apprentices attend related classroom training. Each apprentice receives a prescribed period of on-the-job training to learn applied skills while taking related academic classes. Apprenticeship programs vary in length depending on program of interest.
Daytona State provides instruction under the direction of industry apprenticeship committees that sponsor the programs. Students who complete a program successfully are awarded certificates. These programs are registered with the Apprenticeship Office of Workforce Education, Florida Department of Education.
Daytona State currently is associated with the Volusia County Child Care Apprenticeship Committee, GNJ; Mid-Florida Electrical Non-union Apprenticeship Committee, GNJ; Don Morgan Electrical Union Apprenticeship Academy/Committee, JATC and Plumbing Apprenticeship Committee Local 295, Plumbers and Pipefitters.