For information only: Made by the Minister of Advanced Education
(M.O. 119/2022) on June 30, 2022 pursuant to section 10(2) of the Skilled Trades and
Apprenticeship Education Act.
Table of Contents
1 Definitions
Part 1
Program Requirements
2 Apprenticeship education program requirements
3 Industry training program requirements
Part 2
Apprenticeship Education Programs
4 Registration in an apprenticeship education program
5 Refusal to register in an apprenticeship education program
6 Suspension or cancellation of registration in an apprenticeship
education program
Part 3
Apprenticeship Education Agreements
7 Entering into an apprenticeship education agreement
8 Transfer of apprenticeship education agreement
9 Refusal to approve apprenticeship education agreement
10 Suspension or cancellation of approval of an apprenticeship
education agreement
11 Ending an apprenticeship education agreement
Part 4
Sponsors
12 Eligibility criteria for a sponsor
13 Obligations of a sponsor
14 Obligations of a sponsor re mentors
15 Charging sponsor fees prohibited
Part 5
Apprentices and Trainees
16 Obligations of an apprentice
17 Obligations of a trainee
18 Issuance of a credential to an apprentice, trainee
19 Refusal to issue, suspension or revocation of credentials
20 Employment of apprentices - wages
21 Employment of apprentices - apprentice-to-mentor ratios
Part 6
Registrar
22 Additional powers and functions of the Registrar
23 Reconsideration of decision
24 Review of decision
25 Coming into force

Schedules
Definitions
1 In this Regulation,
(a) "Act" means the Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship
Education Act;
(b) "approved program" means a program authorized by the
Registrar in which a person is provided with an opportunity
to engage in an apprenticeship education program who may
not otherwise have an opportunity or be able to engage in an
apprenticeship education program;
(c) "employer" means a person who employs an apprentice
during the on-the-job instruction component of an
apprenticeship education program;
(d) "mentor" means a person who meets the criteria of a mentor
established by the Registrar, with whom a sponsor has made
arrangements for the mentorship of the apprentice;
(e) "mentorship", in relation to an apprenticeship education
program, means the instruction, guidance and supervision
provided by a mentor to an apprentice and includes the
obligations of a mentor as determined by the Registrar;
(f) "period" means a length of time, as determined by the
Registrar, during which classroom instruction and on-the-job
instruction of an apprenticeship education program are to be
completed;
(g) "records of progress" means the records, as determined by
the Registrar, to document the apprentice's progress in
respect of an apprenticeship education program;
(h) "sponsor" means a sponsor as defined in Part 1 of the Act
and may include a prospective sponsor.
Part 1
Program Requirements
Apprenticeship education program requirements
2(1) When establishing the classroom instruction and on-the-job
instruction requirements of an apprenticeship education program, the
Registrar shall include
(a) the hours, competencies and assessments for classroom
instruction,
(b) the hours, competencies and assessments for on-the-job
instruction, and
(c) the total duration and number of periods of the
apprenticeship education program.
(2) In addition to the requirements under subsection (1), the Registrar
may include
(a) a timeline for suitable progress by the apprentice, and
(b) a minimum term of instruction.
Industry training program requirements
3(1) When establishing the training requirements of an industry
training program, the Registrar shall set
(a) the hours for training, and
(b) the competencies for training.
(2) In addition to the requirements under subsection (1), the Registrar
may include
(a) the total duration of the industry training program, and
(b) the assessments for training, and
(c) any other training as determined by the Registrar.
Part 2
Apprenticeship Education Programs
Registration in an apprenticeship
education program
4(1) An individual may apply to the Registrar for registration in an
apprenticeship education program.
(2) An application under subsection (1) must
(a) be submitted in a form and manner that are acceptable to the
Registrar, and
(b) include the information required by the Registrar.
(3) The Registrar shall register an individual in an apprenticeship
education program if
(a) the application meets the requirements under subsection (2),
and
(b) the Registrar is satisfied that the individual meets the
eligibility criteria established by the Registrar in order to be
accepted in the apprenticeship education program.
(4) The Registrar shall notify the individual in writing of the
Registrar's decision as to whether the individual is registered in an
apprenticeship education program.
(5) On the registration of an individual in an apprenticeship education
program, the individual
(a) becomes an apprentice, and
(b) is eligible to receive classroom instruction as part of the
apprenticeship education program.
Refusal to register in an apprenticeship
education program
5(1) The Registrar may refuse to register an individual in an
apprenticeship education program if
(a) the individual does not meet the eligibility criteria established
by the Registrar for the apprenticeship education program,
(b) the application is submitted in a form or manner that is not
acceptable to the Registrar,
(c) the application does not include the information required by
the Registrar, or
(d) the application is submitted in error.
(2) Where the Registrar refuses to register the individual in an
apprenticeship education program, the Registrar shall
(a) notify the individual in writing of the Registrar's decision,
(b) provide the reasons for the decision, and
(c) advise the individual that the individual may request a
reconsideration of the decision in accordance with section 23.
Suspension or cancellation of registration
in an apprenticeship education program
6(1) The Registrar may suspend the registration of an apprentice in an
apprenticeship education program
(a) during the course of an inspection under section 30 of the
Act, and
(b) on any terms and conditions the Registrar considers
appropriate.
(2) The Registrar may cancel the registration of an apprentice in an
apprenticeship education program if
(a) the apprentice, in the opinion of the Registrar, fails to
progress in a timely manner in the apprenticeship education
program,
(b) there has been an irregularity in the taking of an assessment
as part of the classroom instruction or on-the-job instruction
requirements of the apprenticeship education program,
(c) the apprenticeship education program was entered into due to
an administrative or other error,
(d) the apprentice ceases to participate in the apprenticeship
education program,
(e) the apprentice cannot be located,
(f) the apprentice, in the case of an apprenticeship education
program in a designated trade,
(i) ceases to work in the designated trade, and
(ii) requests that the apprentice's registration be cancelled,
(g) the apprentice fails to meet any terms or conditions imposed
by the Registrar on the apprentice at the time of registration
in the apprenticeship education program, or
(h) the registration was obtained fraudulently or by means of
misrepresentation.
(3) Where the Registrar suspends or cancels the registration of an
apprentice in an apprenticeship education program, the Registrar shall
(a) notify the apprentice in writing of the Registrar's decision,
(b) provide the reasons for the decision, and
(c) advise the apprentice that the apprentice may request a
reconsideration of the decision in accordance with section 23.
Part 3
Apprenticeship Education Agreements
Entering into an apprenticeship education agreement
7(1) An individual and a sponsor may enter into an apprenticeship
education agreement only if
(a) the individual is an apprentice, and
(b) the sponsor meets the eligibility criteria for sponsors.
(2) An apprenticeship education agreement must
(a) be submitted in a form and manner that are acceptable to the
Registrar,
(b) contain the apprenticeship education program requirements,
and
(c) contain any other information the Registrar considers
relevant.
(3) If the Registrar is satisfied that all the requirements under this Part
have been met, the Registrar shall approve an apprenticeship education
agreement.
(4) The Registrar shall notify the apprentice and the sponsor in writing
of the Registrar's decision to approve an apprenticeship education
agreement.
(5) An apprenticeship education agreement does not come into effect
until it is approved by the Registrar.
Transfer of apprenticeship education agreement
8(1) An apprentice may, with the approval of the Registrar, transfer an
apprenticeship education agreement from one sponsor to another
sponsor.
(2) The Registrar shall consider any transfer of an apprenticeship
education agreement as if it were a new apprenticeship education
agreement entered into between the apprentice and sponsor under
section 7.
Refusal to approve apprenticeship education agreement
9(1) The Registrar may refuse to approve an apprenticeship education
agreement if
(a) the individual is not an apprentice in the apprenticeship
education program for which the apprenticeship education
agreement is submitted,
(b) the sponsor does not meet the eligibility criteria for sponsors,
or
(c) the apprenticeship education agreement
(i) is submitted in a form or manner that is not acceptable
to the Registrar,
(ii) does not contain the apprenticeship education program
requirements, or
(iii) does not contain any other information the Registrar
considers relevant.
(2) Where the Registrar refuses to approve an apprenticeship
education agreement, the Registrar shall
(a) notify the apprentice and the sponsor in writing of the
Registrar's decision,
(b) provide the reasons for the decision, and
(c) advise the apprentice and the sponsor that the apprentice or
the sponsor may request a reconsideration of the decision in
accordance with section 23.
Suspension or cancellation of approval of an apprenticeship education
agreement
10(1) The Registrar may suspend the approval of an apprenticeship
education agreement during the course of an inspection under section
30 of the Act on any terms and conditions the Registrar considers
appropriate.
(2) The Registrar may cancel the approval of an apprenticeship
education agreement if
(a) the apprentice is not receiving the classroom instruction or
on-the-job instruction requirements of the apprenticeship
education program,
(b) the apprentice, in the opinion of the Registrar, fails to
progress in a timely manner in the apprenticeship education
program,
(c) the sponsor fails to meet the sponsor's obligations under
sections 13 and 14,
(d) there has been an irregularity in the taking of an assessment
as part of the classroom instruction or on-the-job instruction
requirements of the apprenticeship education program,
(e) the apprenticeship education agreement has been altered
without the approval of the Registrar,
(f) the apprenticeship education agreement was entered into due
to an administrative or other error,
(g) the apprenticeship education agreement has been used for
any purpose by a person other than the apprentice or sponsor
who is a party to the apprenticeship education agreement,
(h) the apprenticeship education agreement has been transferred
from one sponsor to another sponsor without the approval of
the Registrar,
(i) the apprentice ceases to participate in the apprenticeship
education program,
(j) the apprentice cannot be located,
(k) the apprentice fails to meet any additional obligations of an
apprentice as determined by the Registrar under section
16(g),
(l) the approval was obtained fraudulently or by means of
misrepresentation, or
(m) the sponsor charges or collects a fee for acting as a sponsor in
contravention of section 15.
(3) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), an apprentice may
continue to receive classroom instruction in an apprenticeship
education program during the suspension or after the cancellation of
the approval of an apprenticeship education agreement as long as the
apprentice remains registered in the apprenticeship education program.
(4) Where the Registrar suspends or cancels the approval of an
apprenticeship education agreement, the Registrar shall
(a) notify the apprentice and the sponsor in writing of the
Registrar's decision,
(b) provide the reasons for the decision, and
(c) advise the apprentice and the sponsor that the apprentice or
the sponsor may request a reconsideration of the decision in
accordance with section 23.
Ending an apprenticeship education agreement
11 An apprenticeship education agreement ends
(a) when the Registrar notifies the apprentice in writing that the
apprentice has successfully met all the requirements of the
apprenticeship education program,
(b) when the apprentice or sponsor notifies the Registrar in
writing that the apprenticeship education agreement has
ended, or
(c) when the Registrar cancels the approval of an apprenticeship
education agreement.
Part 4
Sponsors
Eligibility criteria for a sponsor
12 A person or entity is eligible to enter into an apprenticeship
education agreement as a sponsor if
(a) the Registrar is satisfied that the person or entity can meet the
obligations under sections 13 and 14, and
(b) in the case of an entity, the entity is recognized as a legal
entity under the laws of Alberta.
Obligations of a sponsor
13 Every sponsor shall
(a) ensure the apprentice is provided with mentorship relevant to
the apprenticeship education program,
(b) ensure the apprentice receives on-the-job instruction that
enables the apprentice to meet the required competencies for
the apprenticeship education program,
(c) ensure the apprentice is paid wages for the on-the-job
instruction component of an apprenticeship education
program in accordance with section 20,
(d) ensure the apprentice-to-mentor ratio for the on-the-job
instruction component of the apprenticeship education
program complies with section 21,
(e) keep a record of the employment of the apprentice, including
the names and addresses of all employers and the dates of
employment with each employer,
(f) provide the record referred to in clause (e) to the Registrar,
on request,
(g) encourage and enable the apprentice to regularly attend the
classroom instruction component of the apprenticeship
education program,
(h) ensure that the appropriate competency assessments have
been completed,
(i) ensure records of the apprentice's successful completion of
the requirements of the apprenticeship education program are
submitted to the Registrar on a regular basis as determined by
the Registrar,
(j) submit to the Registrar any forms or other documents that are
required by the Registrar,
(k) ensure that mentors are able to meet their obligations under
section 14,
(l) immediately notify the Registrar of any change in the
sponsor's contact information, and
(m) meet any additional obligations that the Registrar considers
appropriate.
Obligations of a sponsor re mentors
14 In addition to the obligations set out in section 13, a sponsor shall
ensure that a mentor is available to the apprentice to
(a) communicate with the apprentice as is appropriate for the
level and ability of the apprentice within the apprenticeship
education program,
(b) educate the apprentice in respect of any activities being
performed,
(c) provide the apprentice with the information, knowledge,
guidance, supervision and opportunities necessary for the
apprentice to develop the skills and competencies to meet the
on-the-job instruction component of the apprenticeship
education program,
(d) provide the apprentice with a learning environment that
supports on-the-job instruction and continuous development,
(e) provide the apprentice with continual evaluation and
feedback in alignment with the apprenticeship education
program requirements,
(f) provide the apprentice with competency assessments in
alignment with the on-the-job instruction component of the
apprenticeship education program requirements,
(g) provide the apprentice with on-the-job instruction that
integrates with the knowledge and skills of the classroom
instruction component of the apprenticeship education
program, and
(h) meet any additional obligations that the Registrar considers
appropriate.
Charging sponsor fees prohibited
15 A person or entity shall not charge or collect any fee for acting as
a sponsor.
Part 5
Apprentices and Trainees
Obligations of an apprentice
16 Every apprentice shall
(a) demonstrate timely progress in the apprentice's
apprenticeship education program as determined by the
Registrar,
(b) meet all the requirements for the apprentice's apprenticeship
education program,
(c) review with the apprentice's sponsor at the completion of
each period of the apprenticeship education program
(i) the on-the-job instruction hours,
(ii) the on-the-job instruction assessments, and
(iii) the classroom instruction assessments
completed for that period,
(d) ensure that the apprentice's records of progress in the
apprenticeship education program are kept up to date,
(e) immediately notify the Registrar of any change in the
apprentice's contact information,
(f) be able to produce proof of an approved apprenticeship
education agreement on request, and
(g) meet any additional obligations that the Registrar considers
appropriate.
Obligations of a trainee
17 Every trainee shall
(a) meet all the requirements for the trainee's industry training
program,
(b) ensure that records of the trainee's successful completion of
the trainee's industry training program requirements are sent
to the Registrar,
(c) immediately notify the Registrar of any change in the
trainee's contact information, and
(d) meet any additional obligations that the Registrar considers
appropriate.
Issuance of a credential to an apprentice, trainee
18 The Registrar shall issue a credential to
(a) an apprentice who, in the opinion of the Registrar, has
successfully met all the requirements of the apprenticeship
education program, or
(b) a trainee who, in the opinion of the Registrar, has
successfully met all the requirements of the industry training
program.
Refusal to issue, suspension or revocation of credentials
19(1) The Registrar may refuse to issue a credential, or may suspend
or revoke a credential issued to an apprentice or trainee, if in the
opinion of the Registrar,
(a) the credential
(i) has been altered in any manner,
(ii) was granted due to an administrative or other error,
(iii) was obtained fraudulently or by means of
misrepresentation, or
(iv) has been used for any purpose by a person other than
the person to whom the credential was issued,
or
(b) there has been an irregularity in the taking of an assessment
required under an apprenticeship education program or
industry training program.
(2) Where the Registrar refuses to issue a credential, or suspends or
revokes a credential, the Registrar shall,
(a) notify the apprentice or trainee in writing of the Registrar's
decision,
(b) provide the reasons for the decision, and
(c) advise the apprentice or trainee that the apprentice or trainee
may request a reconsideration of the decision in accordance
with section 23.
Employment of apprentices - wages
20(1) Where Schedule 1 of this Regulation lists the percentage of
wages to be paid to an apprentice for the on-the-job instruction
component of an apprenticeship education program, an employer
employing an apprentice in the apprenticeship education program
shall, subject to the Employment Standards Code,
(a) pay wages to the apprentice at a rate that is not less than the
percentage listed in Schedule 1, and
(b) ensure that the apprentice is paid the required rate increment
commencing on the date that the Registrar is satisfied that the
apprentice has completed all the requirements to advance into
the next period of the apprenticeship education program.
(2) An apprentice in an apprenticeship education program that is not
listed in Schedule 1 must be paid wages for the on-the-job instruction
component of the apprenticeship education program in accordance
with the Employment Standards Code.
(3) Nothing in this Regulation is to be construed to require an
employer to pay wages or prohibit an employer from paying wages to
an apprentice during the time that the apprentice is attending the
classroom instruction component of the apprenticeship education
program.
(4) An employer shall not employ an apprentice for the on-the-job
instruction component of an apprenticeship education program except
in accordance with this section.
(5) Notwithstanding subsections (1) and (2), but subject to the
Employment Standards Code, where an apprentice is employed in an
apprenticeship education program in an approved program, an
employer employing that apprentice may, while the apprentice is
participating in the approved program, pay to that apprentice wages at
a rate approved by the Registrar that is less than the rate listed for the
apprenticeship education program in Schedule 1.
(6) This section does not apply to an employer who employs an
apprentice for the on-the-job instruction component of an
apprenticeship education program if that employment is carried out in
another province of Canada.
Employment of apprentices - apprentice-to-mentor ratios
21(1) Where an apprentice-to-mentor ratio is listed under Schedule 2
for an apprenticeship education program, the number of apprentices
from an apprenticeship education program that an employer may
employ for the on-the-job instruction component of the apprenticeship
education program is determined in accordance with this section.
(2) Where
(a) an employer is eligible to employ an apprentice for the on-
the-job instruction component of an apprenticeship education
program, and
(b) the number of additional apprentices that the employer may
employ is based on the number of additional mentors
available to that employer,
that employer, in determining the number of additional apprentices that
may be employed, shall take into account only those mentors who will
be providing mentorship with respect to the work of the apprentices.
(3) This section does not apply to an apprentice
(a) who is registered in an apprenticeship education program that
has 3 or more periods, and
(b) who has completed all the requirements, or has otherwise
been approved by the Registrar, to advance to the final period
of the apprenticeship education program.
(4) An employer shall not employ an apprentice for the on-the-job
instruction component of an apprenticeship education program except
in accordance with this section.
(5) This section does not apply to an employer who employs an
apprentice registered in an apprenticeship education program
(a) where the on-the-job instruction component of an
apprenticeship education program is carried out in another
province of Canada, or
(b) that is not listed in Schedule 2.
Part 6
Registrar
Additional powers and functions of the Registrar
22 In addition to the powers and functions of the Registrar under
section 6 of the Act, the Registrar may, for the purposes of Part 1 of
the Act,
(a) refuse to approve an apprenticeship education agreement,
(b) refuse to issue a credential,
(c) set terms and conditions on the suspension of a credential
issued to an individual,
(d) set criteria for examinations and other assessments of
learning or competencies to be conducted by the Registrar
with respect to apprenticeship education programs and
industry training programs,
(e) set eligibility criteria and obligations for mentors,
(f) approve or recognize supplemental learning recognition
programs, including
(i) the establishment of processes for the administration of
those programs, and
(ii) the issuance of forms of proof to individuals who meet
all the requirements of those programs,
(g) authorize approved programs,
(h) determine what records or documents form the records of
progress,
(i) determine the number of periods in an apprenticeship
education program,
(j) establish processes for the approval of transfers of
apprenticeship education agreements from one sponsor to
another sponsor,
(k) define progression differently for an individual whose
registration in an apprenticeship education program has
previously been cancelled for failing to progress in a timely
manner, and
(l) make exceptions to, or set terms and conditions on, the
criteria established under section 6(1)(c) of the Act when it
would be to the benefit of the apprentice to be registered in
an apprenticeship education program.
Reconsideration of decision
23(1) In addition to the decisions set out in section 8 of the Act for
which a person may request that the Registrar reconsider a decision,
where the Registrar has made a decision
(a) revoking the credential of an apprentice or trainee, the
apprentice or trainee, as the case may be, may request that
the Registrar reconsider the decision to revoke the credential,
or
(b) refusing to approve an apprenticeship education agreement,
the apprentice or sponsor may request that the Registrar
reconsider the decision to refuse to approve the
apprenticeship education agreement.
(2) A request for the Registrar to reconsider a decision must
(a) be in writing,
(b) be served on the Registrar within 30 days of when the person
is served the decision, and
(c) include the following:
(i) the name and contact information of the person;
(ii) the decision to be reconsidered;
(iii) the reason for requesting the reconsideration;
(iv) if applicable, any other information
(A) requested by the Registrar, or
(B) that the person wishes the Registrar to take into
account in the reconsideration.
(3) On being served a request that complies with subsection (2), the
Registrar
(a) may decide to confirm, reverse or vary the decision that is the
subject of the reconsideration, and
(b) within 60 days of being served the request, shall serve on the
person the decision of the Registrar to confirm, reverse or
vary the decision that is the subject of the reconsideration.
(4) A decision of the Registrar under subsection (3) must be in writing
and include
(a) reasons for confirming, reversing or varying the decision that
is the subject of the reconsideration, and
(b) a statement of the right of the person to request a review by
the Minister under section 24 of the decision of the Registrar
to confirm, reverse or vary the decision that is the subject of
the reconsideration.
(5) The Registrar shall not delegate any of the powers or functions of
the Registrar under this section to any person.
Review of decision
24(1) A person affected by a decision of the Registrar under section
23 to confirm, reverse or vary a decision that is the subject of a
reconsideration may request a review by the Minister of the decision of
the Registrar.
(2) A request for the Minister to review a decision must
(a) be in writing,
(b) be served on the Minister and the Registrar within 45 days of
the date shown on the decision of the Registrar, and
(c) include the following:
(i) the name and contact information of the person;
(ii) the decision to be reviewed;
(iii) the reason for requesting the review;
(iv) if applicable, any other information
(A) requested by the Minister, or
(B) that the person wishes the Minister to take into
account in the review.
(3) On being served a request that complies with subsection (2), the
Minister may decide to confirm, reverse or vary the decision of the
Registrar.
(4) A decision of the Minister under subsection (3) must be in writing
and include reasons for confirming, reversing or varying the decision
of the Registrar.
(5) A decision of the Minister under this section is final.
Coming into force
25 This Regulation comes into force on the coming into force of
section 10(2) of the Skilled Trades and Apprenticeship Education Act.

Schedule 1
Apprentice Wages
Column
1
Column 2
Column
3
Column 4
Item
Number
Apprenticeship Education
Program
Number
of
Periods
Minimum Wage Rate Per
Period (%)



1
2
3
4
1
Agricultural Equipment
Technician
4
60
70
80
90
2
Appliance Service Technician






Appliance Service Technician
Branch
3
55
70
85
-

Commercial Appliance Service
Technician Branch
3
55
70
85
-
3
Auto Body Technician






Auto Body Technician Branch
4
55
70
75
80

Auto Body Repairer Branch
3
55
70
80
-

Auto Body Refinisher Branch
2
55
70
-
-

Auto Body Prepper Branch
2
55
70
-
-
4
Automotive Service Technician
4
55
70
80
90
5
Baker
3
65
75
85
-
6
Boilermaker
3
60
75
90
-
7
Bricklayer
3
60
80
90
-
8
Cabinetmaker
4
55
65
75
85
9
Carpenter
4
60
70
80
90
10
Communication Technician
4
40
50
60
75
11
Concrete Finisher
2
65
75
-
-
12
Cook
3
60
75
85
-
13
Crane and Hoisting Equipment
Operator






Mobile Crane Operator Branch
3
70
80
90
-

Tower Crane Operator Branch
2
70
85
-
-

Boom Truck Operator Branch
1
70
-
-
-

Wellhead Boom Truck Operator
Branch
1
70
-
-
-
14
Electric Motor Systems
Technician
4
55
65
75
85
15
Electrician
4
50
60
70
80
16
Gasfitter






Gasfitter - Class A Branch
3
50
60
80
-

Gasfitter - Class B Branch
2
90
95
-
-
17
Glazier
4
55
60
65
70
18
Heavy Equipment Technician






Heavy Equipment Technician
Branch
4
60
70
80
90

Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic
(Off Road) Branch
3
60
70
80
-

Truck and Transport Mechanic
Branch
3
60
70
80
-

Transport Trailer Mechanic Branch
2
60
70
-
-
19
Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)
4
60
70
80
90
20
Instrumentation and Control
Technician
4
55
65
75
85
21
Insulator (Heat And Frost)
3
50
60
70
-
22
Ironworker






Ironworker (Generalist) Branch
4
60
70
80
90

Ironworker (Metal Building
Systems Erector) Branch
2
60
70
-
-

Ironworker
(Structural/Ornamental) Branch
3
60
70
80
-

Ironworker (Reinforcing) Branch
2
60
70
-
-
23
Landscape Horticulturist
4
60
70
80
90
24
Lather (Interior Systems
Mechanic)
3
55
70
80
-
25
Locksmith
3
60
70
80
-
26
Machinist
4
55
65
75
85
27
Metal Fabricator (Fitter)
3
60
75
90
-
28
Motorcycle Mechanic
4
55
65
75
90
29
Natural Gas Compression
Technician
4
60
70
80
90
30
Painter and Decorator
3
55
75
85
-
31
Parts Technician






Materials Technician Branch
3
65
75
85
-

Parts Technician Branch
3
65
75
85
-
32
Plumber
4
50
60
70
80
33
Powerline Technician
4
50
60
67.5
75
34
Power System Electrician
4
50
60
67.5
75
35
Recreation Vehicle Service
Technician
3
55
65
75
-
36
Refrigeration and Air
Conditioning Mechanic
4
50
60
75
85
37
Roofer
4
65
75
85
95
38
Sheet Metal Worker
4
50
65
75
85
39
Sprinkler Systems Installer
4
45
60
70
80
40
Steamfitter-Pipefitter
4
50
65
80
90
41
Transport Refrigeration
Technician
3
60
75
90
-
42
Water Well Driller






Earth Loop Technician Branch
2
60
85
-
-

Water Well Driller Branch
2
60
85
-
-
43
Welder






Welder Branch
3
60
75
90
-

Wire Process Operator Branch
2
60
75
-
-
Schedule 2
Apprentice-to-Mentor Ratio
Column 1
Column 2
Column 3
Item
Number
Apprenticeship Education Program
Apprentice-to-Mentor Ratio
1
Agricultural Equipment Technician
2:1
2
Appliance Service Technician


Appliance Service Technician Branch
2:1

Commercial Appliance Service
Technician Branch
2:1
3
Auto Body Technician


Auto Body Technician Branch
2:1

Auto Body Repairer Branch
2:1

Auto Body Refinisher Branch
2:1

Auto Body Prepper Branch
2:1
4
Automotive Service Technician
2:1
5
Baker
2:1
6
Boilermaker
2:1
7
Bricklayer
2:1
8
Cabinetmaker
2:1
9
Carpenter
2:1
10
Communication Technician
2:1
11
Concrete Finisher
2:1
12
Cook
2:1
13
Crane and Hoisting Equipment
Operator


Mobile Crane Operator Branch
2:1

Tower Crane Operator Branch
2:1

Boom Truck Operator Branch
2:1

Wellhead Boom Truck Operator Branch
2:1
14
Electric Motor Systems Technician
2:1
15
Electrician
2:1
16
Elevator Constructor
2:1
17
Floorcovering Installer
2:1
18
Gasfitter


Gasfitter - Class A Branch
2:1

Gasfitter - Class B Branch
2:1
19
Glazier
2:1
20
Hairstylist


Hairstylist Branch
2:1

Barber Branch
2:1
21
Heavy Equipment Technician


Heavy Equipment Technician Branch
2:1

Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic (Off
Road) Branch
2:1

Truck and Transport Mechanic Branch
2:1

Transport Trailer Mechanic Branch
2:1
22
Industrial Mechanic (Millwright)
2:1
23
Instrumentation and Control
Technician
2:1
24
Insulator (Heat And Frost)
2:1
25
Ironworker


Ironworker (Generalist) Branch

2:1

Ironworker (Metal Building Systems
Erector) Branch
2:1

Ironworker (Structural/Ornamental)
Branch
2:1

Ironworker (Reinforcing) Branch
2:1
26
Landscape Horticulturist
2:1
27
Lather (Interior Systems Mechanic)
2:1
28
Locksmith
2:1
29
Machinist
2:1
30
Metal Fabricator (Fitter)
2:1
31
Motorcycle Mechanic
2:1
32
Natural Gas Compression Technician
2:1
33
Painter and Decorator
2:1
34
Parts Technician


Parts Technician Branch
2:1

Materials Technician Branch
2:1
35
Plumber
2:1
36
Powerline Technician
2:1
37
Power System Electrician
2:1
38
Recreation Vehicle Service Technician
2:1
39
Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Mechanic
2:1
40
Roofer
2:1
41
Sheet Metal Worker
2:1
42
Sprinkler Systems Installer
2:1
43
Steamfitter-Pipefitter
2:1
44
Transport Refrigeration Technician
2:1
45
Water Well Driller


Water Well Driller Branch
2:1

Earth Loop Technician Branch
2:1
46
Welder


Welder Branch
3:1

Wire Process Operator Branch
5:1