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Bureau of Apprenticeship Standard - Southeast Wisconsin Steamfitting and Refrigeration JAC 

11/23/2021 07:30 AM

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


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Cathy Reinhardt


Southeast Wisconsin Steamfitting and Refrigeration JAC 
Steamfitters Local 601 
3300 S. 103rd Street 
Milwaukee, WI 53227
Tuesday, November 23, 2021
7:30 a.m. 

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 
a.    Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards 
b.    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.    Training coordinator Report
16.    Apprenticeship Reviews 
a.    Probation Reviews
b.    Mid Program reviews 
c.    Apprenticeship Reviews 
17.    Old Business
18.    New Business
19.    Communications/Correspondence and Miscellaneous Matters – Closed 
20.    Adjourn Meeting 

If any questions, please call: Cathy Reinhardt @ (414) 543-0601 or 

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