A resource from EARN providing general guidance and background on the what, why and how of making your organization more welcoming and accessible to applicants and employees with disabilities.
In most apprenticeship programs, after your apprentices have completed RTI, they will transition to on-the-job training (OJT), which is usually supervised by a mentor. OJT allows apprentices to apply what they learned in the classroom to their chosen occupation, gaining hands-on experience.
Just like the previous phases, it is crucial that OJT is accessible to apprentices with disabilities and that their workplace is inclusive. They must be able to use workplace technologies and work effectively with their mentors and colleagues.
Review PIA’s resources related to inclusive OJT: