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Wisconsin Apprenticeship Advisory Council

11/16/2022 10:00 AM - 11 /16/2022 03:00 PM

1101 N 6th St, Milwaukee, WI- 53203


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Owen Smith

Attend the meeting virtually.

Attend via phone only:
+1 608-571-2209; 504 443 333#

Attend in person.
Milwaukee Area Technical College, T Building, Room T211
1101 N 6th St
Milwaukee, WI 53203
Parking is available at the Bradley Center/Fiserv parking structure,
1030 N. 6th Street.

Tentative Agenda
1. Call the meeting to order.
2. Introduce and record attendees.
3. Review the roster.
4. Special Presentations:
a. Welcome by DWD Leadership
b. Culinary Sponsor Signing Event (noon)
5. Actions
a. Approve the minutes.
b. Approve Employee Co-Chair
c. Approve recommendations to the Wisconsin Apprenticeship Manual from Policy & Standards subcommittee.
d. Approve recommendations from BAS on CPA policies and application documents.
e. Approve recommendation from BAS to discuss CPA policies with appropriate subcommittee
6. Discussions
a. Update on state standards.
b. Update on Directors' Call with State Committee.
c. Update on Council By-Laws for Spring 2023.
d. Other


7.Youth Apprenticeship Update8.Wisconsin Technical College System Update
9. Review timeframes for 2023 meetings.
10. Adjounr.

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