National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) is a nationwide celebration to showcase the opportunities that Registered Apprenticeships offer for Americans to develop workplace experience and skills that employers value.
In honor of the 85th Anniversary of the National Apprenticeship Act, the U.S. Department of Labor hosted the 8th Annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW)! This year’s NAW took place November 14-20, 2022, at hundreds of events across the country. These events gave leaders in business, labor, workforce, education and other critical industries the opportunity to showcase their Registered Apprenticeship programs, apprentices, and facilities to career seekers in their local communities. Additionally, apprentices had a platform to share their apprenticeship experience and how it has transformed their lives.
SpecialtyCare hosted a virtual event on November 14th that introduced prospective candidates to our IONM training program, our educators, and some of our clinical staff, with lots of time for discussion and Q&A. Our year-long apprenticeship program in IONM offers employment alongside formal training, incorporating onsite classroom sessions, virtual learning, and clinical training in the operating room.
We invite you to enjoy the webinar above and learn more about our commitment to Registered Apprenticeship and how these unique work-based training programs make a difference in our community. In the video, you will hear from clinical staff at SpecialtyCare about how the Neuromonitoring Program impacted their lives, and you will learn how to become an apprentice.
SpecialtyCare IONM Training Program
Our surgical neurophysiologists are well educated, highly trained, and have extensive experience in the field. SpecialtyCare is dedicated to hiring talented and motivated people who are eager to learn and start a career in this exciting and rewarding field. As a SpecialtyCare surgical neurophysiologist, you will be in a great position to grow your career while working with highly skilled physicians and surgical teams in a variety of clinical settings and locations.
To get you to that point, we offer full-time, salaried employment coupled with a structured and progressive one-year training program that features a combination of classroom work, laboratory practicums, online instruction and practical training in the operating room designed to prepare you for a career in IONM. Upon completion of the training program, associates are board certified and promoted to the second tier of our IONM clinical career ladder.
To learn more about the program, click here.