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Medical billing

Medical billing is one of the fastest growing careers today. If you are looking for a way to get started in this industry, this apprenticeship can provide you with the foundation you need. The Medical Billing Specialist Apprenticeship is designed to provide you an understanding of the billing, denial management and payment processing procedures associated with medical claims


Two-year curriculum

Digital marketing

Digital marketing is a newer job in the age of social media and the internet. Almost every single industry needs digital marketers in order to stay relevant today. The digital marketer is responsible for a large portion of the business's online presence. Whether they are focused on social media or website development is up to the business. Digital marketing is a term that casts a wide net and can include a lot of different responsibilities such as:

•Plan and execute all digital marketing, including SEO/SEM, marketing database, email, social media and display advertising campaigns

•Design, build and maintain social media presence

•Measure and report performance of all digital marketing campaigns, and assess against goals (ROI and KPIs)

•Identify trends and insights, and optimize spend and performance based on the insights

•Brainstorm new and creative growth strategies

•Plan, execute, and measure experiments and conversion tests

•Collaborate with internal teams to create landing pages and optimize user experience

•Utilize strong analytical ability to evaluate end-to-end customer experience across multiple channels and customer touch points

•Instrument conversion points and optimize user funnels


Two-year curriculum

E-commerce specialist

Responsible for standards, technologies and practices for both business-to-business and business-to-commerce models. Understands and facilitates complex relationships among marketing, promotion, customer service, user interaction, purchasing methods and secure transactions. Oversees site performance testing and evaluation. Works in an unsupervised environment within policies and procedures. Typically reports to senior management


Three year curriculum 

Graphic design

Designs art and copy layouts for material to be presented by visual communications media such as books, magazines, newspapers, and packaging: Studies illustrations and photographs to plan presentation of material, product, or service. Determines size and arrangement of illustrative material and copy, selects style and size of type, and arranges layout based upon available space, knowledge of layout principles, and esthetic design concepts. Draws sample of finished layout and presents sample to ART DIRECTOR for approval. Prepares notes and instructions for workers who assemble and prepare final layouts for printing. Reviews final layout and suggests improvements as needed. May prepare illustrations or rough sketches of material according to instructions of client or supervisor. May prepare series of drawings to illustrate sequence and timing of story development for television production. May mark up, paste, and assemble final layouts to prepare layouts for printer. May photograph layouts, using camera, to make layout prints for supervisor or client. May develop negatives and prints, using negative and print developing equipment, tools and work aids to produce layout photographs for client or supervisor. May key information into computer equipment to create layouts for client or supervisor


18-month curriculum 

STEM 

Create, modify, and test the code, forms, and script that allow computer applications to run. Work from specifications drawn up by software developers or other individuals. May assist software developers by analyzing user needs and designing software solutions. May develop and write computer programs to store, locate, and retrieve specific documents, data, and information

Analyst Programmer, Application Programmer Analyst, Computer Programmer, Computer Programmer Analyst, Internet Programmer, Java Developer, Programmer, Programmer Analyst, Web Applications Programmer, Web Programmer

Painting

 

Pre-apprenticeship painting curricula typically cover fundamental skills and knowledge required for a career in painting and decorating. The curriculum may include topics such as surface preparation, paint application, color theory, safety procedures, and an introduction to the construction industry. Students may also learn about tools and materials used in the trade, workplace communication, and basic math for measurements and calculations. Successful completion of a pre-apprenticeship program can lead to a career in the construction industry or an apprenticeship in painting and decorating.

Some programs may integrate the National Building Trades Multi-Craft Core Curriculum (MC3) to prepare individuals for various trades within the construction industry

Tree care and landscaping

These programs aim to provide hands-on, project-based learning to develop the skills necessary for a career in the tree care industry. The training typically covers a wide range of topics, including soil science, plant biology, pest management, disease prevention, and technical skills related to tree care and landscaping. The duration of the programs varies, but they often involve a combination of on-the-job training and classroom instruction, with a focus on building a skilled and diverse workforce to meet the growing demand for arborists and landscape professionals. The curriculum may also include online courses and related instruction to ensure comprehensive skill development. Overall, these pre-apprenticeship programs are designed to equip participants with the knowledge and experience needed to pursue a career in tree planting, maintenance, and landscaping.

 

Pre-apprenticeships

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