The Detroit Registered Apprentice Program (D-RAP) is designed to assist in Detroit’s economic recovery enabling workers to acquire the technical skills necessary to succeed in today’s 21st Century knowledge economy.
D-RAP supports Detroit’s efforts to promote training that will lead to career employment based on the U.S. Department of Labor apprenticeable occupations that meet current and emerging industry needs.
The goal is to ensure that Michigan’s employers have skilled workers in order to compete and grow in an increasingly competitive global economy. D-RAP’s participant program workforce structure includes: Customized Readiness Training, testing and assessment, employment pre-screening and placement.
Click here for more details about program requirements and the application process, or talk to a career advisor about other technical training opportunities available.