Department of Labor and Industry
Regulations Governing the Administration of Apprenticeship Programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia
[16 VAC 20 ‑ 20]
Periodic Review of this Chapter
Includes a Small Business Impact Review
Date Filed: 10/16/2006
Pursuant to Executive Order 21 (2002), the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry (DOLI) and the Virginia Apprenticeship Council (Council) will review the regulations entitled, Regulations Governing the Administration of Apprenticeship Programs in the Commonwealth of Virginia, (16 VAC 20-20-10 et seq.). The purpose of the review is to determine whether these regulations should be amended, or retained in their current form. The review of these regulations will be guided by the principles listed in Executive Order 21 (2002).
The purpose of these regulations is to establish procedures and standards for the approval and registration of apprenticeship programs and agreements in accordance with the Voluntary Apprenticeship Act, Chapter 6, Title 40.1 of the Code of Virginia.
DOLI and the Council seek public comment on the review of issues related to these regulations, especially the following:
1. Does the regulation meet the following goals?
- Maintain a highly skilled workforce to compete globally in a changing economy.
- Provide a method of transition from school to work for high school graduates.
- Protect the public's health, safety and welfare with the least possible cost and intrusiveness to the citizens and businesses of the Commonwealth.
2. Is the regulation clearly written and easy to understand?
Comments on this regulation are welcome and will be accepted until November 6, 2006. Comments may be mailed to Reba O’Connor, Virginia Department of Labor and Industry, Powers-Taylor Building, 13 South 13th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219 or e-mailed to:
Please include your full name and mailing address.
Public Comment Period
Begin Date: 10/16/2006
End Date: 11/6/2006
Comments Received: 0
Amend the regulation
Action Implementing the Result
Attorney General Certification
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