Apprentice

Apprenticeship

Training a Future Work Force

Members of the Niagara Peninsula Electrical Contractors Association (NPECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 303 are committed to training next generation of tradesmen/women. All apprentices with that system are monitored by Local Joint Apprenticeship Council (LJAC) composed of volunteer contractors, IBEW members and Ministry of Advance Education and Skills Development representative. www.swiss-watch.cc

The Local Joint Apprenticeship Council has developed outstanding apprenticeship program that builds on foundation of provincial apprenticeship program and includes: https://www.onlinewatchesstore.org/ https://www.watchesandmore.de/

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  2. An annual interview with each apprentice involving the review of (1) their Training Standards Manual, (2) on job performance, (3) progress at trade school and (4) current safety training rolex replica kaufen
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Our apprentices the competed successfully in Provincial and National Skills competitions. www.watchesbest.org