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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 16. Labor And Employment
Agency 20. Apprenticeship Council
Chapter 21. Regulations Governing the Administration of Apprenticeship Programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia
3/3/2024

16VAC20-21-10. Purpose.

This chapter establishes procedures and standards for the approval and registration of apprenticeship programs and agreements in accordance with Chapter 6 (§ 40.1-117 et seq.) of Title 40.1 of the Code of Virginia and includes the cancellation and deregistration of apprenticeship programs and apprenticeship agreements, the recognition of the Department of Labor and Industry as the authorized agency for registering apprenticeship programs for certain federal purposes, and other matters relating thereto. It is intended to (i) ensure that all apprenticeship training programs registered with the Department of Labor and Industry are of the highest possible quality in all aspects of on-the-job learning and related instruction, (ii) safeguard the welfare of apprentices, (iii) and provide meaningful employment and relevant training for all apprentices.

Statutory Authority

§ 40.1-118 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 31, Issue 1, eff. October 8, 2014.

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