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State Iron Worker Apprenticeship Advisory Committee Meeting

03/05/2020 10:00 AM

5501 Manufacturers Dr., Madison, WI- 53704

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

State Iron Worker Apprenticeship Advisory Committee Meeting

Thursday, March 5, 2020
10:00 AM
Local 383 Training Center
5501 Manufacturers Dr.
Madison, WI 53704


1. Call the meeting to order.
2. Introduce attendees.
3. Review the roster.
4. Old Business
a. Review the follow-up items from the previous meeting:
i. Action: approve the minutes.
ii. Assessing applicants with Accuplacer Next Generation
iii. Statewide curriculum standard model for WTCS
iv. Can pre-apprenticeship graduates receive direct entry into registered apprenticeship?
b. Implementing revisions to CFR 29.30 (AA/EEO requirements)
c. Federal grants to expand registered apprenticeship
d. Revisions to and
e. 2021 Biennial Apprenticeship Conference
f. Apprenticeship Completion Award Program (ACAP)
g. Other
5. New Business
a. Lessons learned from DWD visit to Germany
b. Revising Transition to Trainer
c. 2020 National Apprenticeship Week
d. BAS leadership and personnel changes
e. Other
6. WTCS Update
7. Review the program participants.
8. Schedule the next meeting.
9. Adjourn.

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