Trade & Apprenticeship Programs

** For tuition assistant, fill out the Project Employment Blueprint (PEB) prescreening online form below


Build A Rewarding Career through Apprenticeship!

Polytech offers a range of new and traditional apprentice programs. Participants can earn nationally-recognized journeyperson papers and industry-specific certifications. Continuing education opportunities are also available for professionals who have already completed an apprenticeship and are seeking to advance their career.


Welder ImageFor workers, apprenticeship provides

  • On-the-job training
  • Wages that increase with your experience and skills
  • Related classroom instruction with skilled trade professionals
  • Opportunity to earn State of Delaware Journeyperson’s credentials

For employers, apprenticeships make sense and can ensure

  • A diverse and qualified pool of workers
  • An effective way to develop well-trained, skilled workers
  • Increased productivity
  • Improved community relations and employee relations

Project Employment Blueprint (PEB) Program

Project Employment Blueprint (PEB) was developed by the State of Delaware’s Delaware Department of Labor, in partnership with the Vo‐Tech School districts. The PEB program is designed to provide individuals with the opportunity to complete training, which leads to employment in one of 7 high demand skilled trade occupations.

As a participant the students will receive one year of Related Technical Instruction (RTI), job placement assistance and supportive services to ensure success. The PEB program will work in conjunction with the State of Delaware’s Registered Apprentice Program (RAP). The RAP’s mission is to foster continued success in Delaware businesses while creating a strong workforce. The State of Delaware’s DOL Apprenticeship Navigator, along with Apprenticeship and Training division will support participants with identifying a registered sponsor.

Please complete the brief pre-screening online form to receive additional information regarding the upcoming Project Employment Blueprint program.

For more information on enrolling or becoming a State of Delaware Registered Apprentice contact Trudy Pechin at 302-697-4545 or