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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} çıraklık

Tom bir çıraklık eğitimini tamamladı. - Tom completed an apprenticeship.

Bazı elektrikçiler üniversiteye gitme yerine çıraklık sistemi içinde mesleklerini öğrenirler. - Some electricians learn their trade within an apprenticeship system instead of going to college.

(isim) çıraklık
çıraklık dönemi
çıraklık eğitimi

Tom bir çıraklık eğitimini tamamladı. - Tom completed an apprenticeship.

{i} çıraklık; staj
apprenticeship education
çıraklık eğitimi
apprenticeship law
Çıraklık kanunu
apprenticeship, noviciate, pupilage
çıraklık, öğrencilik çıraklık dönemi
apprenticeship contract
(Ticaret) çıraklık sözleşmesi
apprenticeship course
çıraklık kursu
compulsory apprenticeship
zorunlu staj
candidate for apprenticeship
aday çırak
serve one's apprenticeship
çırağı olmak
serve one's apprenticeship
çıraklık yapmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
the condition of, or the time served by, an apprentice
the system by which a person learning a craft or trade is instructed by a master for a set time under set conditions
{n} the time an apprentice serves
A formal method of learning a certain trade, such as carpentry, that involves instruction as well as working and learning on the job Upon mastering prescribed tasks over a specified time period, the apprentice is certified as a journeyman and can work without supervision
Apprenticeship is an agreement between a person (an apprentice) who wants to learn a skill and an employer who needs a skilled worker Apprenticeship is a proven industry-based learning system that combines on-the-job experience with technical training through an "earning while learning" process For more information about apprenticeship, see the Apprenticeship link on the home page
(Registered) Registered apprenticeship describes those programs that meet specific federally approved standards designed to safeguard the welfare of apprentices The programs are registered with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training (BAT), U S Department of Labor, or one of 27 State Apprenticeship Agencies or Councils approved by BAT Apprenticeships are relationships between an employer and employee during which the worker, or apprentice, learns an occupation in a structured program sponsored jointly by employers and labor unions or operated by employers and employee associations
A training program, like carpentry or welding, that results in certified skills for a trade Apprentices are usually paid for their training
A training program in which an employee learns a trade under the guidance of skilled tradesmen An apprenticeship is set up jointly between sponsoring company, the Department of Labor and often the trade union It is typically completed in a two to four year period along with related theory and class work
1 The specific period of time during which an Apprentice learns to comprehend the nature of the raw materials of LIFECRAFT, and the skillful use and application of the tools of the craft
The time an apprentice is serving (sometimes seven years, as from the age of fourteen to twenty-one)
In calculating the indicators, youth apprenticeship programs are generally classified as belonging to formal education Such programs typically involve an alternation between learning in an educational institution (ordinary or specialized) and learning through work experience programs, which may include highly organized training in a firm or with a craftsperson The apprentices and the firm (or craftsperson) are bound by a legal agreement Even though only a part of the training occurs in schools, it is considered as a full-time educational activity, because it covers both theoretical and practical training Youth apprenticeship programs are classified as technical or vocational programs in upper secondary education
A system of training regulated by law or custom which combines on-the-job training and work experience while in paid employment with formal off-the-job training The apprentice enters into a contract of training or training agreement with an employer which imposes mutual obligations on both parties Traditionally apprenticeships were in trade occupations (declared vocations) and were of four years duration
The service or condition of an apprentice; the state in which a person is gaining instruction in a trade or art, under legal agreement
A job that combines work and structured training Apprenticeships vary greatly across industry sectors, but have all the following characteristics
– A vocational program of three to five years in length registered with an approved registration agency in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations In this program, a student will receive both classroom and on-the-job training and will be eligible to take the journeyman exam upon completion of the program
The time that a person is bound to another to learn a trade
means a system of training regulated by law or custom which combines on-the-job training and work experience while in paid employment, with formal off-the-job training The apprentice enters into a contract of training or training agreement with an employer which imposes mutual obligations on both parties Traditionally, apprenticeships were in trade occupations (declared vocations) and were of four years' duration
{i} time of training, learning of a trade by working alongside a master craftsman
Job Shadowing
A situation in which a learner works intensively with an expert to learn how to accomplish complex tasks
the position of apprentice
Training programs that combine on-the-job and course work The result is certified skills in specific trades Apprentices are usually paid for their training
The time served by an apprentice, according to a written agreement called the indenture
Someone who has an apprenticeship works for a fixed period of time for a person who has a particular skill in order to learn the skill. Apprenticeship is the system of learning a skill like this. the job of being an apprentice, or the period of time in which you are an apprentice. Training in an art, trade, or craft under a legal agreement defining the relationship between master and learner and the duration and conditions of their relationship. Known from antiquity, apprenticeship became prominent in medieval Europe with the emergence of the craft guilds. The standard apprenticeship lasted seven years. During the Industrial Revolution a new kind of apprenticeship developed in which the employer was the factory owner and the apprentice, after a period of training, became a factory worker. The increasing need for semiskilled workers led to the development of vocational and technical schools in Europe and the U.S., especially after World War II. Some industries in the U.S., such as construction, continue to employ workers in an apprenticeship arrangement
the condition of or the time served by, an apprentice
A sort of bonded servitude in which a young boy is given to a master of a trade The master is usually highly skilled at his job The boy then learns the trade from the master In return he does the master's grunt work
apprenticeship law
law regulating the employment of minors
A course of study taken before the start of an apprenticeship
Apprenticeships offers students the combination of paid, on-the-job training and related classroom training in a specified career Apprenticeship programs are registered with the United States Department of Labor and are designed to culminate in certified journeyman-level skills attainment and nationally recognized credentials Apprenticeships are sponsored by an employer, who is responsible for providing journeyman-level mentorship and supervision to the apprentice and seeing that the apprentice completes all required course work
Students work in the workplace under the guidance of mentors or tutors who take responsibility for the professional development of their apprentices
Work/study experiences for students in which they learn about career possibilities while acquiring some advanced skills in the workplace to prepare for a highly skilled job
plural of apprenticeship



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    /əˈprentəsˌsʜəp/ /əˈprɛntəsˌʃɪp/


    [ &-'pren-t&s ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English aprentis, from Middle French, from Old French, from aprendre to learn, from Latin apprendere, apprehendere.


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