Schools and districts offering ATC-approved courses ensure that these courses cover competencies beyond the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), include enhanced content to meet postsecondary requirements, and, at a minimum, provide one full credit toward high school graduation. These competencies are outlined in the ATC Statewide Articulated Course Crosswalks.
A Registered Apprenticeship program is a great way to train for a career. You can earn a paycheck and get hands-on experience while building up your skills. Visit the Office of Apprenticeship to learn more. The careers on this page have apprenticeship programs registered with the U.S. Department of Labor. To find out if an apprenticeship is available in your area, click the apprenticeship logo () next to the career.