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State Machine Tool Apprenticeship Advisory Committee Meeting

05/02/2023 01:00 PM - 05 /02/2023 03:00 PM

201 E. Washington Ave, Madison, WI- 53703


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Owen Smith
(608) 733-3928

Attend virtually.


Attend via phone.
Call: 608-571-2209. Code: 404 290 703#


Attend in person.
Department of Workforce Development, Room F105
201 E. Washington Ave, Madison, 53703




  1. Call the meeting to order.
  2. Record attendance.
  3. Old Business
    1. Review the roster.
    2. Action: approve the minutes.
  4. New Business
    1. Discuss five-year cyclical review of related instruction.
    2. Review the revised template for state standards, approved by Policy & Standards Subcommittee:
      1. Policies established in the Wisconsin Apprenticeship Manual
      2. Updated policies established by the Department of Labor
      3. Policies established by the state committee.
    3. Action: verify policies established by the state committee are accurate.
    4. Action: identify policies established by the state committee to revise further in fall, if needed.
    5. Questions from the Director's Call.
    6. Communicating state committee meetings to the public
    7. Other
  5. Review the program participants.
  6. Adjourn.

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