Now that stay-at-home orders have been lifted for the Greater Sacramento area counties, the Northern California Plasterers Apprenticeship program is starting the process to transition back to in-person training.
Starting January 25, 2021 those apprentices who DO NOT have their OSHA-30 certification will continue to attend classes virtually on Zoom with instructor James Sone.
For all active apprentices enrolled in classes:
Cases of the Sars-co-v-2 virus known as Covid-19 are surging throughout our state to unprecedented numbers. As a result, Govenor Newsome has ordered renewed stay-at-home orders for different regions of California once ICU capacities in those regions reach 85%.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA PLASTERERS' APPRENTICESHIP
1555 Overland Court, West Sacramento, CA 95691
PHONE (916) 372-9860 FAX (916) 371-7285
Starting on August 31st 2020 Apprenticeship school will transfer to week long training.
Changes that have been made:
Apprentices must attend four classes in a calendar year.
Apprentices are the next generation of construction workers being trained to rebuild America!! Joining the Apprenticeship Program is not just about doing the job correctly the first time. The main focus is also on Safety!!
Apprentices are the next generation of construction workers being trained to rebuild America!! Joining the Apprenticeship Program is not just about doing the job correctly the first time. The main focus is also on Safety.
Annually there are nearly one-half million registered apprentices in training in American industry.Management, labor, and government work together to promote apprenticeship and to develop sound standards for its practice. In many communities, joint management-labor apprenticeship committees conduct and supervise the local programs.