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Wisconsin Public Meeting Notices & Minutes
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Each item will be discussed in the following order: subcommittee discussion; public comment; and subcommittee action, if needed.
BAS will call the meeting to order.
Record and introduce attendees.
For action: approve the minutes of the previous meeting.
Discuss standardized verbiage from BAS and DWD for the following categories of policies:
Minimum qualifications for applicants.
Minimum qualifications for employers.
Requirements for supervision
Discuss modifications from BAS and DWD to the template for state standards:
In Section One, for licensed occupations, add "Licensed occupations (Manual, Chapter 2.2)."
In Section Two, combine "Requirements for Completion" and "Requirements Unique to the Occupation" into "Additional Requirements."
Add crosswalk between Statute, State Standards, and Local Standards.
Discuss next steps
Implementing revised template for state standards
Implementing revised template for local standards
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