APPRENTICE, EMPLOYMENT AND EQUAL RIGHTS PROGRAMS
Apprenticeship completion award program.
Public employment offices.
Veterans job training.
Workforce investment programs.
Employment and education program administration.
Early college credit program.
Youth apprenticeship program.
Assistance for dislocated workers.
Notification of position openings.
Local labor market information.
Youth programs in 1st class cities.
Trade adjustment assistance overpayment waiver.
Public insurrection; death and disability benefits.
Employment transit assistance program.
Workforce training program.
Worker training and employment program.
Teacher development program grants.
Career and technical education incentive grants.
Technical education equipment grants.
Grants for teacher training and recruitment.
Nursing workforce survey and grant.
Offender reentry initiative.
Agricultural education and workforce development council.
EQUAL RIGHTS PROGRAMS
Public places of accommodation or amusement.
Division of equal rights.
Postsecondary education: prohibition against discrimination on basis of physical condition or developmental disability.
Postsecondary education; accessible instructional material for students with disabilities.
Discrimination in education prohibited.
Ch. 106 Cross-reference
See the definitions in s. 103.001
Subch. I of ch. 106 Cross-reference
See also chs. DWD 295
, Wis. adm. code.
In this subchapter:
“Apprentice" means any person who enters into an apprentice contract with the department and with a sponsor or an apprenticeship committee acting as the agent of a sponsor.
“Apprentice contract" means any contract or agreement of service, express or implied, between an apprentice, the department, and a sponsor or an apprenticeship committee acting as the agent of a sponsor whereby an apprentice is to receive from or through the apprentice's employer, in consideration for the apprentice's services in whole or in part, instruction in any trade, craft, or business.
“Apprenticeship committee" means a joint apprenticeship committee or a nonjoint apprenticeship committee designated by a sponsor to administer an apprenticeship program.
“Apprenticeship program" means a program approved by the department providing for the employment and training of apprentices in a trade, craft, or business that includes a plan containing all of the terms and conditions for the qualification, recruitment, selection, employment, and training of apprentices as required under this subchapter, including the apprentice contract requirements under s. 106.01
“Employer" means any person employing an apprentice, whether or not the person is a party to an apprentice contract with the apprentice.
“Joint apprenticeship committee" means an apprenticeship committee that consists of an equal number of representatives of employers and of representatives of employees who are represented by a collective bargaining agent.
“Nonjoint apprenticeship committee" means an apprenticeship committee that consists of representatives of employers, but not of representatives of employees who are represented by a collective bargaining agent.
“Sponsor" means any employer, organization of employees, association of employers, committee, or other person operating an apprenticeship program and in whose name the apprenticeship program is approved by the department.
History: 1999 a. 83
; 2009 a. 291
Apprentice contracts. 106.01(1)
Formation of apprentice contract.
Any person 16 years of age or over may enter into an apprentice contract binding himself or herself to serve as an apprentice as provided in this section. Except as provided in ss. 106.02
, the term of service of an apprenticeship shall be for not less than one year. Every apprentice contract shall be in writing and shall be signed by the apprentice, the department, and the sponsor or an apprenticeship committee acting as the agent of the sponsor. If the apprentice has not reached 18 years of age, the apprentice contract shall also be signed by one of the apprentice's parents or, if both parents are deceased or legally incapable of giving consent, by the guardian of the apprentice or, if there is no guardian, by a deputy of the department. The department shall specify the provisions that are required to be included in an apprentice contract by rule promulgated under sub. (11)