Streamlining Employer Registration
By Barb Glondys, MA, RHIA, CHPS, Apprenticeship Navigator and SME, AHIMA Foundation
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently recognized the AHIMA Foundation as a National Program for Apprenticeship. The recognition helps to provide a centralized approval process and streamline the route for employers to become registered apprenticeship employers through the Foundation’s National Standard of Apprenticeships.
Employer’s now have two options to become a registered employer for apprenticeships: 1) work with their state’s apprenticeship staff or 2) directly with the AHIMA Foundation. “This national recognition makes the process easier for employers to participate with AHIMA’s Foundation in meeting the needs of a changing workforce,” said AHIMA interim CEO Pamela Lane, MS, RHIA. “Removing the barriers and streamlining the registration process benefits employers, apprentices and the healthcare industry at large – a ‘win’ for all.”
Employers looking to prepare your workforce to meet the industry of the future should consider the AHIMA Foundation’s registered apprenticeship program. Registered apprenticeships is a proven strategy that ensures quality workforce readiness by combing on-the-job learning with hands on instruction to prepare your organization for industry of the future should consider registered apprenticeships – and it is free!
Learn more about the Foundation’s registered apprenticeship program. Register for the March 20, Noon (CT) free webinar today.