Purpose, scope, and authority.
Rules of procedure.
Process for objections to apprenticeship program standards.
Complaint review procedures.
Sanctions for noncompliance.
Decisions against training agent for violating ratio, supervision and/or approved work process requirements.
PART A—WSATC MEMBERS—COMPOSITION, OFFICERS, AND DUTIES
Additional duties for the supervisor-administrator of WSATC.
PART B—WSATC MEETINGS—TYPES, PROCEDURES, AND CONDUCT
Petitions, requests, and correspondence submitted to the WSATC.
Other regulations that apply to council meeting conduct.
Rules of order.
PART C—APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS—COMMITTEE, AGREEMENTS, TYPES, AND RECOGNITION
Apprenticeship and training programs—Approval.
Apprenticeship committee/program approval process.
Apprenticeship committees—Duties and responsibilities.
Types of apprenticeship agreements recognized by the WSATC.
Apprenticeship programs approved by the WSATC.
On-the-job training programs.
Nonjoint and waiver committees—Additional requirements.
Term of apprenticeship—Standards requirement.
Apprenticeship agreements—Standards requirements.
Records required by the WSATC.
Apprenticeship agreement—Individual registration.
Certificate of completion.
Certification of apprentice labor standard on renewable energy projects.
PART D—EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY IN APPRENTICESHIP
Equal employment opportunity plan—Purpose, scope and authority.
Equal employment opportunity process.
Definitions for Part D.
Exceptions to the requirement for adopting an affirmative action plan and a selection procedure.
Apprenticeship program sponsor's obligations.
Affirmative action information required by WSATC.
Affirmative action plan.
Outreach and recruitment requirements—Specific.
Equal employment opportunity goals and timetables.
Selection of apprentices for approved apprenticeship programs.
Existing lists of eligibles and public notice.
Equal employment opportunity records of the WSATC retained by the department.
Enrollment deficiency analysis.
Data and information.
Developing and evaluating enrollment goals and timetables.
Failure to meet goals and timetables.
Noncompliance with federal and state equal opportunity requirements.
Private review panels.
Processing of complaints.
Program registration cancellation procedures.
Reinstatement of program registration.
Adoption of consistent state plans.
Intimidatory or retaliatory acts.