Attract and develop diverse talent with our online digital apprenticeships

Develop tech skills and hire nontraditional talent with OpenClassrooms’ apprenticeships. Our unique online programs are proven scalable solutions to fill in-demand roles.

Tackle key strategic challenges with apprenticeships

Meet Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) commitments, address tech talent shortages, and combat employee turnover with apprenticeship programs.

Reach out to diverse talent profiles

Develop your DEI strategy and lower your hiring costs.

Staff hard-to-fill digital roles

Build talent and close skills gaps in tech, data, and digital marketing.

Promote loyalty and retention

Create a loyal, engaged workforce with structured career development.

Go further with OpenClassrooms’ innovative online apprenticeships

Boost your organization’s skills and bench strength with our extensive expertise in online education and successful innovative apprenticeship programs, registered with the US Department of Labor.

Ready-to-use, high-quality training curriculum

Developed in-house with learning experts, our apprenticeship programs are designed to bridge digital skills gaps.

One-to-one online learning support with a dedicated mentor

Your apprentices benefit from personal guidance during weekly video calls with their expert mentor.

Year-round start dates and country-wide training

Hire apprentices whenever you want, wherever you are. Fit off-the-job training around your company’s schedule.

Le programme et accompagnement d’un alternant

Dans votre entreprise

Formation en entreprise

  • Réalisation de missions en entreprise

Tuteur

Interlocuteur interne
  • Onboards apprentice into your team
  • Vous apporte soutien et conseils
Dans votre entreprise4 jours/semaineSur OpenClassrooms1 jour/semaine

Sur OpenClassrooms

Formation hors entreprise

  • 100% en ligne
  • Basée sur des projets concrets

Mentor OpenClassrooms

Expert métier
  • Organise des sessions individuelles hebdomadaires
  • Aide l’alternant à assimiler les compétences recherchées

Discuss your needs with our experts

Share your tech talent and DEI challenges with our team. We’re here to help you design an apprenticeship program to suit your business needs.

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Dive deeper with our FAQ

Apprenticeships are government-approved training programs that combine a job with practical training.
In a nutshell, apprentices are entry-level workers who split their time between working in your company (4 days per week) and following a training program to acquire in-demand skills (1 day per week).
An apprenticeship program usually lasts one year but can be longer depending on the employer, the complexity of the occupation, the industry, and the type of program.

The differences between apprenticeships and internships fall into the following areas: length of time, structure, mentorship, pay, credentials, eligibility criteria, and college credit.

Apprenticeship programs are open to every entry-level worker, aged 16 and over, who successfully completes the admission process.
All companies are eligible to hire apprentices or upskill existing employees. Apprenticeships are suitable for people at any level of employment.

There are several reasons why hiring apprentices can benefit your company. The main reasons are:
- You'll be able to easily recruit and develop a highly skilled workforce to fill today’s most in-demand jobs such as data analysts, IT technicians, digital marketers, and software developers.
- You'll minimize your costs by reducing turnover and increasing retention (92% of apprentices continue employment after completing an apprenticeship).
- You'll foster a diverse and inclusive culture leading to higher productivity and a positive impact on your bottom line (On average, employers realize an average return on investment of $1.47 for every $1 invested).
- You'll be able to receive tax credits and employee tuition benefits as each year the US Department of Labor (DOL) announces funding opportunities.

Every registered apprenticeship program (RAP) includes:
- Paid job: Apprentices are paid employees who produce high-quality work while acquiring in-demand skills.
- On-the-job learning: Develops skilled workers through structured learning in a work setting.
- Classroom learning: Implements a curriculum of job-related skills through education (virtual or in-person).
- Mentorship: A skilled professional supports and enhances apprentices' critical hands-on learning in their field of expertise.
- Credentials: Portable, nationally recognized credentials issued to apprentices at the completion of the program.
At OpenClassrooms, our learning model perfectly fits the requirements as our apprenticeship training programs already include an online curriculum, mentorship, and project-based learning.

Implementing successful apprenticeships requires competencies in building a curriculum that respects federal standards and ensures apprentice skill acquisition.
As a school, we have already designed top-quality learning content and programs that allow anyone to acquire from scratch the skills required for digital jobs.
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At OpenClassrooms, mentors are the cornerstone of our online pedagogy. Our mentors are experts in the field who meet your apprentices once a week by video call. They provide support and feedback on the apprentice’s progress on portfolio projects that form part of our training programs.
The apprentice advisor is one of your existing employees who will be your apprentice’s point of contact in the workplace. The apprentice advisor will onboard and accompany your apprentice during their daily tasks in your company.
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