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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 16. Labor And Employment
9/20/2021

16VAC20. Apprenticeship Council

VAC AGENCY NO. 20

APPRENTICESHIP COUNCIL

AGENCY SUMMARY

The Apprenticeship Council determines standards for apprenticeship agreements; appoints the secretary of the Apprenticeship Council to act as secretary of each state joint apprenticeship committee; reviews decisions of local and state joint apprenticeship committees relating to apprenticeship disputes pursuant to subdivision C 3 of § 40.1-119. The Council's authority is effective only as to persons voluntarily electing to be bound thereby. Code of Virginia, Title 40.1, Chapter 6.

Agency regulations may be accessed by means of:

(i)   the Virginia Legislative Information System website at: http://law.lis.virginia.gov/admincode/title16;

(ii)  email at: http://www.doli.virginia.gov;

(iii)                 regular mail from:

Department of Labor and Industry

Main Street Centre

600 East Main Street, Suite 207

Richmond, VA 23219-2430;

(iv) or in person at:

Department of Labor and Industry,

Main Street Centre,

600 East Main Street, 17th Floor

Richmond, VA 23219-2430.

 

Rev. 09/2018

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