WPCCA Event – Apprenticeship and Compliance Overview

 

 

Join us to learn more about our Apprenticeship and Compliance Programs as they relate to our employers and employer obligations. We will explain how these organizations work, how they are related, how it all connects to your businesses, address frequently asked questions, and answer any new ones you might have. More information is forthcoming.

 

Date: Tuesday, May 10th, 2022
Time: 9:00am – 10:30am PST
Location: 7020 E Slauson Ave, Commerce CA 90040

 

Presenters:

-David Burtle, Apprenticeship Director of Training
-Monica Sevajian, PATCAT Compliance Supervisor

 

Tentative Agenda:

  • Public Works Compliance
      • Review Public Works compliance laws and requirements for contractors
      • DAS Forms
  • Apprenticeship
      • Overview of the Apprenticeship programs
      • Dispatching procedures
      • Class Scheduling and Attendance
      • Safety Classes
  • Questions

 

Who should attend?

-Newly signed Union employers and their appropriate staff
-Anyone who has apprenticeship related questions, like how the apprenticeship is structured, why it’s important to make sure your apprentices are attending scheduled classes, what’s included in apprenticeship training, what safety training options are available, and more
-Anyone who has compliance related questions, like how apprentices are dispatched, what the DAS forms mean and how to fill them out, how compliance helps ensure compliance on public works projects and PLAs, and more

 

RSVP required. To RSVP, email dpula@thewpcca.com.

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