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Duncan Aviation Rolls Out Registered Apprenticeship Program with Official Ceremony

Duncan Aviation hosted a Registered Apprenticeship Ceremony to roll out its newly registered Duncan Aviation Airframe Technician Apprenticeship Program. The ceremony was a fitting mid-week celebration of National Apprenticeship Week. “The aviation industry is currently seeing a workforce shortage for qualified aircraft technicians as the number of retiring certified Airframe Technicians is higher than the number of young adults expressing interest in the field of aircraft mechanics,” explains Todd Duncan, Chairman of Duncan Aviation. “In response, Duncan Aviation is educating young adults about the joys of choosing business aviation as a career and looking at new and different ways to introduce talented and motivated individuals to the company and the industry.” Registered apprenticeships benefit communities and the workforce by providing on-the-job training that gives participants a clear career path and national credential from the U. S. Department of Labor through an…

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