This nondiscriminatory program is a four-year/8,000-hour apprenticeship combining paid work experience at WesTool with related course study in the technical aspects of the tool & die and mold-making trades. Those who complete the program, developed to meet standards of competence established by WesTool, will earn Certificates of Completion of Apprenticeship from the U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Apprenticeship & Training. WesTool looks forward to hiring those who complete the program as journeypersons with all the benefits and opportunities the title entails.
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