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TRADES/HOUR REQUIREMENTS

 

STATIONARY MECHANICS:

   This Trade requires 6,000 On-The-Job Training and 3-Years. There are also 144 Related Instruction Hours for every year you are an Apprentice, totaling 432 hours of RI. 3 years to complete. There are 6 periods in this program. Each period is 1,000 hours of OJT and 6 Months. Meaning the Apprentice must have 1,000 hours of OJT and 6 Months to move to the next period. Apprentices do not get paid during training. 

 

HEAVY Duty MACHINE OPERATORS:

   This Trade requires 6,000 On-The-Job Training Hours and 3-Years. There are also 144 Related Instruction Hours for every year you are an Apprentice, 432 hours of RI. 3 years to complete. There are 6 periods in this program. Each period is 1,000 hours of OJT and 6 Months. Meaning the Apprentice must have 1,000 hours of OJT and 6 Months to move to the next period. Apprentices do not get paid during training. 

 

HEAVY-DUTY MECHANIC & WELDER:

   This Trade requires 6,000 On-The-Job Training Hours and 3-Years There is also 144 Related Instruction Hours for every year you are an Apprentice, total 432 hours of RI. 3 years to complete. 

There are 6 periods in this program. Each period is 1,000 hours of OJT and 6 Months. Meaning the Apprentice must have 1,000 hours of OJT and 6 Months to move to the next period. Apprentices do not get paid for training. 

Related Instruction Training

Operators are the 2nd and 4th Saturdays every month 

Stationary and Mechanics are the 1st and 3rd Saturday every month

No training on 5th weeks

There will be scheduled Mandatory Meetings

   

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • As an Apprentice, you have the responsibility to complete all On-The-Job Training Hours and Related Instruction.

  • Related Instruction Hours can be completed on your time off or on Saturdays.

  • Apprentices are to complete sections of their workbooks and passing each chapter with a 70% or better. 

  • Work Books are to be brought with you to training on your specific training dates. If you do not have your workbook with you, you will be sent home for the day. 

  • Apprentices must give enough notice to be excused from training by Lisa.

  • More responsibilities will be discussed at Orientation. 

  • Apprentices are responsible for abiding by the Standards and Responsibilities.