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U. S. to edit Master title style Click. Dept. of Labor/Office of Apprenticeship Click U. S. to edit Master title style Click. Dept. of Labor/Office of Apprenticeship Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style What is Apprenticeship? q A system of career Click to edit Master title style What is Apprenticeship? q A system of career preparation for those careers which do not lend themselves to preparation by classroom study alone. q Preparation combines On-the Job Learning, and formal education in theory and practice. q Structure learning, advancement and progressive remuneration. q Driven and funded by a sponsoring employer. q Endorsed by and Registered with the U. S. Dept. of Labor. Click to edit Master subtitle style

What is Involved in this Proven Click to edit Master title style Training Strategy? What is Involved in this Proven Click to edit Master title style Training Strategy? q. Apprenticeship’s Three Components q. On –the –Job Learning q. Related Technical Instruction q. Sponsoring Employer Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style What is On-The-Job-Learning? q. As a full-time paid Click to edit Master title style What is On-The-Job-Learning? q. As a full-time paid employee, apprentices work under the guidance of mentor/crafts person, who pas their experience, knowledge and the sponsor’s culture to the apprentice. q. Specific desired skills are listed within the apprentice standards. Acquisition of skills may be on a time or competency basis. q. Apprentice progression is reviewed regularly. q. With each periodic review comes more responsibility, broader assignments and increased pay. Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style What is Related Instruction? q. Apprenticeships require a Click to edit Master title style What is Related Instruction? q. Apprenticeships require a minimum of 144 hours of related classroom instruction for each year of the training. q Related instruction may be obtained through, technology centers, community colleges, universities, OEMs, correspondence, distance learning, the sponsor, or combinations of these sources. q Content supplements OJL. Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style Apprenticeship Path q. GED, High School or College Click to edit Master title style Apprenticeship Path q. GED, High School or College Graduate q Selected for Apprenticeship in chosen craft q Full time paid employment in career pursuit q Mentored by a craftsperson q Attends related training usually paid for by employer/sponsor. q Earns a Certificate of Completion q Positioned to continue toward Associate Degree, Baccalaureate Degree or beyond. Click to edit Master subtitle style

What Kind of Individual is Suitable for Click to edit Master title style Apprenticeship? What Kind of Individual is Suitable for Click to edit Master title style Apprenticeship? q. Successful Apprentices: q Possess solid reading, writing and math skills q Possess mechanical and mental abilities to master theory, techniques and technology of the apprenticeship. q Are mature, strongly directed and motivated-result oriented q Are willing to make long –term training commitments to both school and work. Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style What are the Sponsor Advantages? q Attracts career Click to edit Master title style What are the Sponsor Advantages? q Attracts career minded Applicants. q Develops an employee who embraces the company culture. q Reduces turnover. q Incorporates training standards that are nationally recognized by industry. q Fosters a workforce to keep company competitive, flexible and adaptive. q Develops a competent employee, who is capable of advancing. Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click the Apprentice Advantages What areto edit Master title style q. Identifies a clear Click the Apprentice Advantages What areto edit Master title style q. Identifies a clear path to a rewarding career. q. Local, State and National Recognition. q. Career skills vs. Job skills security. q. Provides incentive for self-improvement. q. Develops strong relationship with employer. q. Assures appropriate related instruction. q. Provides an increasing scale of wages. Click to edit Master subtitle style q“Earn while you Learn. ”

Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style q 71 programs Trailblazers-75 th Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style q 71 programs Trailblazers-75 th Anniversary q 2 programs from MI-JAMA/Lansing Board and Water q Michigan numbers q Active Programs 985 q New Programs 75 q Active Apprentices 8089 q New Apprentices to Date- 2841 q Completed Apprentices FY- 1191 q. National Numbers q 1000 new programs q 2300 reviewed Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style What is the Criteria for an Occupation to Click to edit Master title style What is the Criteria for an Occupation to be Apprenticeable? Apprenticeable Occupations defined q. Skills are primarily learned through OJT/RTI q. Requires at least 2000 hours of work exp. q. Involves manual, mechanical, or technical skills-practiced industry-wide trade/craft. q. Does not primarily involve only selling, managerial, clerical, or professional activities. Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS q Individual Non-Joint q Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS q Individual Non-Joint q Group Non-Joint q Individual Joint q Group Joint Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü Program is an organized, written plan ü Statement that the program will be conducted in provisions of 29 CFR Part 30 ü Terms-not less than 2000 hours ü Outline of the work processes Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü RTI-A minimum of 144 hours per year recommended ü Progressively increasing schedule of wages ü Periodic review and evaluation of apprentice ü Numeric Ratio of Apprentice to Journeyworker ü Adequate and safe equipment and facilities ü Minimum qualifications required not less than 16 yrs ü Written apprenticeship agreement-Required ü Granting previous credit experience ü Transfer of employer’s training obligation Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü Assurance of qualified training personal ü Recognition for successful completion-certificate ü Identification of the Registration agency ü Provision for the registration cancellation of program ü Authority for the termination of apprenticeship agreement during probationary period by either party without stated cause. Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style STANDARDS CFR 29 -29 ü Name and address of appropriate authority ü Recording and maintenance of all records-5 yr ü Affirmative Action Plan for 5 or more apprentices ü Selection Method for 5 or more apprentices Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style q. Q/A q. Next Steps Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style q. Q/A q. Next Steps q. Thank You q“Problems are only opportunities in work clothes”Henry J. Kaiser Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship Websites qwww. doleta. gov/oa qwww. Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship Websites qwww. doleta. gov/oa qwww. masci. org qwww. meata. org Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship q. Dave Jackson, ATR Email: Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship q. Dave Jackson, ATR Email: Jackson. [email protected] gov q. Richard Overton, ATR Email: overton. [email protected] gov q. Phyllis Riley, ATPS Email: riley. [email protected] gov Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship q. Jim demercado, ATR Email: Click to edit Master title style Office of Apprenticeship q. Jim demercado, ATR Email: demercado. [email protected] gov q. Marybeth Koski, ATR Email: koski. [email protected] gov q. Theresa Hill, ATA Email: hill. [email protected] gov Click to edit Master subtitle style

Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style Russell W. Davis Michigan State Click to edit. Apprenticeship Office of Master title style Russell W. Davis Michigan State Director 315 W. Allegan St. Room 209 Lansing, Mi 48933 E-mail: davis. [email protected] gov Tel: (517) 377 -1747 Fax: (517) 377 -1517 Click to edit Master subtitle style