An Apprentice Sample Clauses

An Apprentice is a person defined as a New Entrant to the industry who is undertaking a recognised skill qualification or an equivalent apprenticeship scheme for construction or non-construction apprenticeships.
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An Apprentice. Meterman shall work under the direct supervision of a Journeyman Meterman and may perform other work as assigned.
An Apprentice is an employee who is indentured to the JATC and registered with the State and Federal Apprenticeship Training Bureau.
An Apprentice upon reaching Journey person status shall be placed in the appropriate classification for seniority purposes.
An Apprentice is an Employee who is appointed as an Apprentice and who is engaged on a full-time basis as a Regular, Full-time or Part-time Employee, as defined in Article 1 -Definition, to perform work in a trade as an Apprentice under the Apprenticeship and Industry Training Act.
An Apprentice is an employee in training who has been registered with the Ministry of Education and Training, Apprenticeship Branch through the Union.
An Apprentice is to be under the supervision of a Journeyman Xxxxxxx at all times. This does not imply that the apprentice must always be in-sight-of a Journeyman Xxxxxxx. Journeymen are not required to constantly watch the apprentice. Supervision will not be of a nature that prevents the development of responsibility and initiative. Work may be laid out by the employer’s designated supervisor or journeyman based on their evaluation of the apprentice’s skills and ability to perform the job tasks. Apprentices shall be permitted to perform job tasks in order to develop job skills and trade competencies. Journeymen are permitted to leave the immediate work area without being accompanied by the apprentice. Apprentices who have satisfactorily completed the first four years of related classroom training using the NJATC curriculum and accumulated a minimum of 6,500 hours of OJT with satisfactory performance, shall be permitted to work alone on any job site and receive work assignments in the same manner as a Journeyman Xxxxxxx. An apprentice shall not be the first person assigned to a job site and apprentices shall not supervise the work of others.
An Apprentice. For the purpose of entrance into an apprenticeship program where the academic entry requirement is Grade or its equivalent, the following are deemed acceptable to demonstrate the required achievement: A Grade diploma from any other Canadian province or territory. A Canadian General Education Development certificate issued by a Canadian province or territory. A non-Canadian certificate determined by the Ontario Ministry of Education’s independent Learning Centre to be equivalent to the Ontario A transcript, diploma or another country, assessed at an Ontario Grade level by a recognized assessment service. A Canadian postsecondary diploma or degree. A postsecondary diploma or degree that has been assessed as equivalent to a Canadian postsecondary diploma or degree by a recognized assessment service. A certificate of completion for an Ontario academic upgrading program that is accepted by an Ontario College of Applied Arts Technology for entry into an Ontario postsecondary program. A certificate of completion for a Ministry of Training, Colleges and training program from an Ontario College of Applied and Technology. A certificate of apprenticeship in any trade from Ontario or other Canadianjurisdiction. A certificate of completion of an academic upgrading program from another Canadian jurisdiction that is accepted by an Ontario College of Applied Arts >Technologyfor entry into an Ontario postsecondary program. A postsecondary certificate of completion for a training program from another Canadian jurisdiction that is equivalent to a certificate program delivered by Ontario Colleges of Applied Arts Technology as assessed by an Ontario College of Applied Technology. A postsecondary certificate of completion for a training program from a Canadianjurisdiction that has been assessed by a recognized assessment service as equivalent to a certificateprogram delivered by Ontario Colleges of Applied Technology.
An Apprentice. Special Training will be entitled to the provisions of the Basic Labor Agreement, and will be normally scheduled for 5 consecutive, 8-hour days of training (classroom and/or on-the-job type assignments) per week. He will be expected to complete such daily and weekly hours of training which are maximums and will not be exceeded. Further, in weeks containing a holiday an apprentice will not be scheduled for training on the holiday.
An Apprentice having met the all requirements (hours, months and passed government examination) will be classified within the Journeyperson or applicable class “A” rate for his/her respective trade. If the Employer does not allow the Employee to attend school, the normal increased rates of pay will be paid to that Employee retroactively to the anniversary date, upon successful completion of the test for the final year. Should the Employee decide not to attend school when scheduled, they will no longer be eligible to receive retro pay.