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Apprentice Job Training Progress Reports

Ironworker apprentices are expected to keep track of both hours worked at job sites as well as the type of work performed. This information is submitted to their Apprenticeship Coordinator so that proper records can be maintained and reports completed.

In the past the Apprenticeship and Training Department made “log books” available for apprentices. In surveying local unions, it appears as if many locals are using other methods of tracking apprentice work experiences. Three different forms being used by some locals are provided here with the hope that other locals may be able to use or adopt these forms.

Ironworker Apprentice Monthly Progress Report (with employer feedback)

This form is adapted from one used by Local 29. In addition to the basic information about the apprentice, there is a place for employer feedback regarding the apprentice's work performance.

The apprentice will record daily the hours worked in specific areas. At the end of the month the apprentice totals the job site and classroom hours and submits the form (signed by the employer – probably the foreman) to the Apprenticeship Coordinator.

Click here to download a copy of this form.

Ironworker Apprentice Monthly Progress Report (without employer feedback)

This form is also adapted from one used by Local 29 (described above). As some locals use a separate form for employer feedback, this form does not include a section for employers. This version of the form does have space for additional work areas.

The apprentice will record daily the hours worked in specific areas. At the end of the month the apprentice totals the job site and classroom hours and submits the form to the Apprenticeship Coordinator.

Click here to download a copy of this form.

Apprentice Quarterly Work and Training Record

This is a wallet-size card used by the California and Vicinity apprenticeship programs. This card folds into “thirds” so that the apprentice can carry the card at all times. If you would like to use a card like this, you will probably need to take a copy of this document to your local printing company and have them layout and print a card for you.

The apprentice will record daily the hours worked in specific areas. At the end of the quarter the apprentice totals the hours and submits the card (with the foreman's signature) to the Apprenticeship Coordinator in order to receive a new card.

Click here to download a copy of this card.