As employers, colleges, workforce organizations, and others work to develop and register apprenticeship programs, samples of standards and work processes from existing apprenticeships can be helpful building blocks. This list of resources can be used to access Example Apprenticeship Standards and Work Processes.

Work Processes Dropbox from the U.S. Department of Labor

The Work Processes Dropbox is an online repository created by the U.S. Department of Labor (US DOL), which includes work process schedules for apprenticeable occupations. Resources in this repository are organized by occupation and are searchable by key word.

American Institute for Innovative Apprenticeship (AIIA) Website

Developed by the Urban Institute, the AIIA website has an online repository of resources to help with the development of Registered Apprenticeship programs. Urban Institute works with US DOL to develop consensus-based National Occupational Frameworks that assist employers and others develop programs, and apprenticeship officials evaluate new apprenticeship programs. The website also includes occupational work processes organized by industry sector. 

Healthcare Career Advancement Program (H-CAP) National Library

The H-CAP clearinghouse includes resources from current Registered Apprenticeship programs in the healthcare sector. The library is organized by occupation and includes on-the-job learning outlines, classroom instruction outlines, and other relevant information.