Apprenticeship Training: Where Does It Stand Today?
Gray, Lois Spier; Beamesderfer, Alice O.
[Excerpt] In its simplest form, apprenticeship has existed since the beginning of civilization. More than 4,000 years ago, Hammurabi’s code provided that artisans teach their crafts to young people, and our earliest records from Egypt, Greece, Rome, and the Orient show that skills were being passed on from one generation to the next in this way.
apprenticeship; skills; craft guild; America; Europe; work; labor; National Apprenticeship Law; Fitzgerald Act; employment; training
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