Apprenticeship

Earn while you learn!

Palomar College, in partnership with local union organizations, provides apprenticeship training programs registered with California Division of Apprenticeship Standards(DAS). Apprentices earn college credit while learning occupational skills in the classroom and implement those skills in paid, on-the-job training while working for local contractors. Apprenticeship wages are a portion of the journeyman wage rate and increase throughout the training program. Upon successful completion of the program, students earn a Certificate of Achievement from Palomar College and a Journey-level Worker Certificate from the CA Division of Apprenticeship Standards.

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Accounting

Accounting

Administration of Justice

Administration of Justice

Alcohol and Other Drug Studies

Alcohol and Other Drug Studies

Apprenticeship

Apprenticeship

Architecture

Architecture

Auto Body Technology

Auto Body Technology

Automotive Technology

Automotive Technology

Business

Business

Business Management

Business Management

Cabinet and Furniture Technology

Cabinet and Furniture Technology

Child Development

Child Development

Cinema

Cinema

Communications

Communications

Computer Science and Information Technology

Computer Science and Information Technology

Dance-World Emphasis

Dance-World Emphasis

Dental Assisting

Dental Assisting

Diesel Technology

Diesel Technology

Digital Broadcast Arts

Digital Broadcast Arts

Drafting Technology

Drafting Technology

Drone Technology

Drone Technology

Emergency Medical Education

Emergency Medical Education

Fashion

Fashion

Fire Academy

Fire Academy

Fire Technology

Fire Technology

Geographic Information Systems

Geographic Information Systems

Graphic Communications

Graphic Communications

HVAC/ACR (Air Conditioning/Refrigeration and Heating)

HVAC/ACR (Air Conditioning/Refrigeration and Heating)

Illustration (Art)

Illustration (Art)

Industrial Technology/ Machining

Industrial Technology/ Machining

Interior Design

Interior Design

International Business

International Business

Journalism

Journalism

Library Technology

Library Technology

Nursing Education

Nursing Education

Nutrition

Nutrition

Real Estate

Real Estate

Photography

Photography

Police Academy

Police Academy

Public Works Management

Public Works Management

Sign Language-Interpreting

Sign Language-Interpreting

Technical Theatre

Technical Theatre

Wastewater Technology Education

Wastewater Technology Education

Water Technology Education

Water Technology Education

Welding Technology

Welding Technology

Discontinuance of the PWM Level II Program, effective Fall 2021:

The college will be phasing this program out through a one year process that will offer each class only one more time so that students are able to finish the program no later than spring 2021. If your educational goal is to receive a Certificate of Achievement or an Associate Degree in Public Works Management Level II from Palomar College, then you should review this plan carefully to make sure you are available to take the course the next time it is offered and then apply for your Certificate or Degree upon completion of your last course. Below is the phase out schedule of classes for this program discontinuance. All courses will be offered online.