Robert A. Holsey, Jr.
Business Manager and Financial Secretary

Charles E. McGee, Jr.
President and Training Director

Peter A. Elmos
Vice President and Business Representative

Mark F. McQuay
Recording Secretary and Business Representative

Richard A. Fuller, Sr.
Treasurer and Business Representative

Executive Board
Robert A. Holsey, Jr.
Charles E. McGee, Jr.
Peter A. Elmos
Mark F. McQuay
Richard A. Fuller, Sr.
Steve J. Rohrman
Thomas M. Boschi
James E. Nunley, Jr
Teresa M. Owens
Anthony J. Crandall
Phillip E. Grothe

Charles Coleman, Jr.
Kevin L. Randall
Michael C. Wines

Thomas I. Judge
Robert J. Pucci
Michael V. McKew

Michael B. Funk

Jason R. Lewis

The Department of Labor (DOL) recently released their long awaited proposed rule to expand apprenticeship programs in the U.S. through an Industry Recognized Apprenticeship Program (IRAP). The regulation creates a parallel track of apprenticeship that no longer has to go through the process of registering and maintaining accountability to the Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship or a State Apprenticeship Council. The current proposal excludes construction, and does not allow the parallel system to exist in the sector. But we need to make sure the exclusion stays in place in the final version of the rule.

It’s time to make our voices heard and stop the assault on our training.
Send an email right now to the Department of Labor:
Tell them to protect IUOE apprenticeships.
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