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State Electrical & Instrumentation Apprenticeship Advisory Committee

10/31/2018 10:00 AM

W6250 W Pioneer Rd, Fond du Lac, WI- 54935-5636

Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Owen Smith (608) 266-2491

Mercury Marine
W6250 Pioneer Road
Fond du Lac, WI 54936-1939

Check in at the Plant 10 Guardhouse. You must present a photo ID.

1. Call the meeting to order

2. Introduce the attendees

3. Review the roster

4. Old Business
a. Review the follow-up items from the previous meeting:
i. For action: approve the minutes
ii. For action: review and revise Electronic & Instrumentation registered apprenticeship
iii. Tutorial for
b. Implementing revisions to CFR 29.30 (AA/EEO requirements)
c. Federal grants to expand "registered apprenticeship"
d. Presidential executive order to expand "apprenticeship"
e. Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards Electronic Registration System (BASERS)
f. Apprenticeship Completion Award Program
g. Other

5. New Business
a. 2018 National Apprenticeship Week
b. 2019 27th Annual Biennial Wisconsin Apprenticeship Conference
c. BAS website changes
d. BAS personnel changes
e. Other

6. WTCS Update

7. Review the program participants

8. Schedule the next meeting

9. Adjourn

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