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2017 MEATA Spring Conference Docs
The place to find documents related to MEATA's 2017 Spring Apprenticeship Conference!

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Presentation by Bill Rayl on a new manufacturing production worker "front-loaded" apprenticeship program being launched by JAMA in partnership with Jackson College and other entities. (A longer version of this presentation, which includes more background on MSSC and the CPT credential for production workers, is available from Bill on request by e-mailing to brayl@mijama.org.)
Apprenticeship IntermediariesTooltip 06/04/2017 Hits: 30
Presentation by the DOL's Greer Sisson on the role of "Apprenticeship Intermediaries" as Sponsors and the role of employers partnering with those intermediaries.
Link to the Flip the Script video from Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit
MMRC We Build the Future VideoTooltip 05/29/2017 Hits: 41
Link to the video that Jamal Ai used as an intro to his Career Connections presentation.
Going Pro VideosTooltip 05/29/2017 Hits: 47
Link to Michigan's new Going Pro campaign, incuding videos.
Presentation by Geneva Scurek form the German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest on the German dual system of Vocational Education Training.
Presentation on the Environmental Career Worker Training Program (ECWTP) delivered in Flint through a partnership between the Center for Construction Research Training, GST Michigan Works!, Bricklayers Allied Craftworkers Union, Local 2 of Michigan, and the Michigan Builders Construction Trades Council.
Presentation by Maria Brady from toe DOL's Office of Apprenticeship on braiding WIOA and other federal funding to pay for apprenticeship-related expenses, including training costs, wage subsidies and more.
Presentation by Diane Jones from the Urban Institute on new national occupational frameworks being developed to help fast-track creation and registration of competency-based apprenticeships.
Presentation given by Mary Lynn Noah and Lauren Clay on the work that Michigan's Talent Investment Agency is doing to support Registered Apprenticeship, including MAICA, embedding Apprenticeship Success Coordinators within the Michigan Works! offices, and the Apprenticeship Learning Network.
Presentation by Bob Balzer, Director of Business and Economic Services for the Gladwin County EDC, providing an overview of how Gladwin County has brought economic development and workforce development together in partnership to help area companies fill their talent needs.
Presentation on a national partnership of colleges, industry and the DOL to use Performance Based Objectives to align what industry needs to what is taught in the classrooms. Also highlights an online PBO tool.
Presentation on the Detroit J.A.T.C.'s E-START Electrical Training Alliance pre-apprenticeship program.
Presentation by Sott Mertes and Steve Fosgard on the innovative new Right Signals Beta Credentialing model and how it is being used at Mid Michigan Community College.
The Advance MI Center for Apprenticeship Innovation has been working with the DOL Office of Apprenticeship's staff in Michigan and the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center to map the entire process of registering an apprenticeship program with the DOL and completing an apprentice. This presentation includes info on what they've learned and how they're putting this knowledge into an online "process guide" to help any organization interested in starting a DOL registered apprenticeship program.
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Apprenticeship Trivia

The concept of a "graduated wage scale" (where apprentices earned increased wages as they progressed) first appeared after the American Civil War. An 1865 indenture used by the Pennsylvania Railroad provides one of the first examples. It provided 50 cents for a 10-hour day in the first 620 days of training, 60 cents a day in the next 310 days, and 80 cents a day for the balance of the apprenticeship term. A bonus of $124 was paid if and when the apprentice completed training.