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Green Technology Training Criteria Adopted for Construction Apprentices

SACRAMENTO, Calif. Jan. 20, 2011 California

The California Apprenticeship Council (CAC) today approved integration of environmental components into minimum industry training criteria for the building construction trades apprenticeship programs, with full support from the construction industry. The Department of Industrial Relations’ Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DIR/DAS) was instrumental in working with the 23 trades to create the criteria.

California John C. Duncan California

With today’s adoption of the new training criteria, apprenticeship programs in the building construction trades statewide will have one year to update their standards accordingly. The green guidelines for each industry must include a designated length of training, work processes of on-the-job training including recycling, reusing and preservation of resources, and competency testing.  

California www.dir.ca.gov/das/mitc.htm

DAS marked the approval of the green training criteria with an advance preview of the "I Built It – Green" video at today’s CAC meeting.

California

www.Ibuiltit.org

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The California Apprenticeship Council issues regulations to carry out the intent of the state apprenticeship law and sets the general policy under which this program operates.

CONTACT:

Krisann Chasarik or

Dean Fryer

Internet: www.dir.ca.gov

(415) 703-5050

SOURCE California Department of Industrial Relations

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