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State Arborist Apprenticeship Advisory Committee

10/31/2019 10:00 AM

500 32nd St N. Rm I-124, Wisconsin Rapids, WI- 54494

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

1. Call the meeting to order.
2. Introduce the attendees.
3. Review the current roster.
4. Old Business
     a. Follow-up items from previous meeting
          i. For action: approve the draft minutes
          ii. Expanding the size of the committee in 2020
          ii. How are the revisions to state Exhibit A and job book working?
          iv. How are outreach activities proceeding?
          v. Revisiting the role of the state committee
     b. DWD letter regarding Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs
     c. Federal grants to expand "registered apprenticeship"
     d. Apprenticeship Completion Award Program (ACAP)
     e. Implementing revisions to CFR 29.30 (AA/EEO requirements)
     f. Pending revisions to www.DWD.Wisconsin.gov and www.WisconsinApprenticeship.org
     g. Other
5. New Business
     a. BAS leadership and personnel changes
     b. 2019 National Apprenticeship Week
     c. 2021 Biennial Apprenticeship Conference
     d. Other
6. WTCS Update
7. Review the program participants.
8. Schedule the next meeting.
9. Adjourn.


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