Earn while you learn
It's not all bricks and mortar.
Your hands are important, but apprenticeships are about more than that. You'll have to put your mind to work to solve problems, troubleshoot, calculate measurements, loads and angles and master theories.
If you're ready to work and want to combine training with earning power, consider an apprenticeship where you mix workplace-based training under the direction of experienced workers with shorter lengths of classroom or online training.
Apprenticeship programs are offered in multiple formats like part-time evenings, block release or a combination of both. How you apply for an apprenticeship is also different than a traditional post-secondary program.