Policy Areas

Work-Based Learning

Work-based learning opportunities like apprenticeship, on-the-job training, and career and technical education with a worksite component are time-tested ways to train workers for positions in today’s economy. Through these programs, employers can hire, retain, and advance qualified employees; and workers  can acquire new skills and gain industry-recognized credentials. 

Business Leaders United advocates for policies and tax credits that support apprenticeship and other work-based learning.