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Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards - Southeast Wisconsin Steamfitting and Refrigeration JAC

05/23/2023 07:30 AM

3300 S. 103rd Street , Milwaukee, WI- 53227


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Amanda Appel


  1. Call Meeting to Order
  2. Roll Call
  3. Open Meeting Statement
  4. Reading of Minutes of Prior Meeting – Open Session
  5. Affirmative Action
  6. Letter of Introduction
  7. Candidate Wait List
  8. Reports
    1. Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards
    2. Technical college
  9. Old Business
  10. New Business
  11. Communications/Correspondence and Miscellaneous Matters
  12. Adjourn to Closed Session
  13. Closed Session Statement
  14. Reading of the Minutes of Prior Meeting – Closed Session
  15. Reports
    1. Training Director Report
    2. Late Contractor Evaluations Report
    3. Notable Evaluations
    4. Late P&E Reports
  16. Apprenticeship Reviews
    1. Probation Reviews
    2. Mid Program reviews
    3. Apprenticeship Reviews
  17. Old Business
  18. New Business
  19. Communications/Correspondence and Miscellaneous Matters – Closed
  20. Adjourn Closed Session
  21. Adjourn Meeting


If any questions, please call: Amanda Appel @ (414) 988-7808 or

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