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RssInstructor & Manager of Manufacturing.

MCM-University Manufacturing Capabilities Management BS Degree in Manufacturing Capabilities Management degree program. Economic development through education stimulus management Micro Business Incubator Management and development Work Team and problem solving skills development Manufacturing Technology Management APPRENTICESHIP and INTERNSHIP WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM PROPOSAL BY Gilbert Gary Mendoza Contact information: (760) 500-6827 To provide Manufacturing Capabilities Education in the following occupation: Industrial Millwright & Toolmaker MISSION STATEMENT Expand upon the vocational skills of the craftspersons to not only create products but to also manage the business of successfully producing and marketing of the products as well. Deliver specialized and customized training via onsite classroom/training facilities, online computer training, customers’ site, and at economic development program areas. Enhance large manufacturing Industries and Micro Enterprises ability’s to compete successfully in a changing market by strengthening its management of manufacturing capabilities and business administration through our MCM-University education stimulus program. This will be accomplished through Training and Mentoring/Coaching in the following areas: Business administration and management of manufacturing capabilities. Design and development of products and manufacturing processes. Management and development of Technology and Engineering capabilities. Management and development of the Apprenticeship/internship programs. Manage economic development programs of depressed areas. Management and incubation of self sustainable Micro Enterprises. STRATEGIC PLAN Product: Provide capabilities enhancing services to target industrial customer and economic development of depressed areas through education stimulus, training, technology transfer, Apprenticeship/internship Programs and Incubation of self sustainable Micro Enterprises. Services: A) Manage the Apprenticeship/Internship Program and provide modernize technical education programs in manufacturing related technologies; B) Provide Mentoring/Coaching services in the areas of Engineering, Manufacturing, Legal, Financial Systems, Public Relations/Advertising, Marketing, Business Development, Board Creation, Staffing, Strategic and Business Planning. To modernize management, production technologies and promote self sustainable Micro Enterprises. C) Create the MCM-University Technology Incubator and economic development program for in/house or at off site depressed areas to provide product and business development services for new manufacturing process and start-up technology-based companies and self sustainable Micro Enterprises. D) Enhance Manufacturing Technology capabilities by providing courses in Machine shop, Robotics, Automation Pneumatics, Hydraulics, Motion Control/Servo Systems, PLCs Programming and Industrial Computer Control Systems. E) Enhance Productivity Improvement by providing courses in TQM/CPU, Problem Solving Skills, Team Building, Concurrent Engineering, Integrated Product Development, Statistical Process Control, Taguchi and Shainin Methodology, Design of Experiments, Cost of Quality Analyses, Management and Supervisor Skills. F) Develop Enterprise Infrastructure by providing courses in MRP II/ERP software, Shop Floor Management, Inventory Control, Internet Commerce, ISO 9000, Electronic Data Interchange, CIM/CIE Systems, Computer Networks, Just In Time, Preventive Maintenance, Technical Writing, Environmental Health & Safety, Bar Coding, Manufacturing Cost Accounting and Telecommunications. G) Develop Strategic partnership with the community’s Small Business Administration, industrial training programs, trade schools and vocational community collage for a concurrent and/or transfer of trade certification and AA degrees to a BS degree in Manufacturing Management PRESENTATION This manufacturing capabilities education program provides training, mentoring and coaching on management, procedure, principles, and processes of machining, welding, electronics and mechanical fabrication. Training includes shop mathematic (algebra, geometry, trigonometry, etc) mechanical hardware (Pneumatic/hydraulic. Both AISI and SAE variations) tube fitting fabrication, shop drawings, blue print interpretation (mechanical and electrical) and basic computer numerical controls (CNC) knowledge. Also covers the use and care of hand tools, precision and non-precision measuring devices, operation and maintenances of drill presses, lathes, mills, grinders, power saws, welding, electrical equipment and management of manufacturing capabilities. Students are taught fabrication of metal product utilizing mills and laths, soldering and brazing, oxyacetylene cutting, shielded metal arc welding, tungsten inert gas, metal inert gas welding operations. Commercial and private (customer) publications are used throughout the training. Safety compliance to industry standards, operational risk management and core values thru mentoring and coaching are stressed in all phases of training. Method improvement: To make this course more effective students will use scenarios to enhance training and course objective understanding. Likewise students will tour experimental workshops/plants and attend crosstalk sessions that provide an exchange of ideals and discussion of common and unique mechanical environment problems. By obtaining this knowledge, the student will enhance their manufacturing capabilities while increasing their communication skills. Program Management of Advance automated equipment/robotics: Teaching supervisory and leadership skills through a solid management and manufacturing foundation curriculum. This advance level course provides resource management and advance manufacturing technologies. Curriculum time is spent working in labs learning fabrication and machining of prototypes using manual and/or CNC machines, advanced electrical repair, electronics, and mechanical skills consisting of trouble shooting computer-controlled equipment. This will help to facilitate the plan, design operational system, and/or independent specifics operating equipment. The task ranges from changing circuit cards (boards) and/or tracing electrical wiring diagrams in a controlled shop or confined environment. Students may be trained in computers to support state of the art equipment or on power generators and power distribution systems that maintain the customer’s electrical systems. Additional curriculum will include basic theory and technical knowledge, CAD designs, CAD-CAM programming, electronics, skills of electricity by using group instructional school assignments and writing test and inspection procedures Program Management of economic development programs of depressed areas. Manage the economic development programs of depressed areas and the incubation of self sustainable Micro Enterprises. The blueprint for these programs are as a partnership relations with Employers, Community-based organizations, State and local government agencies, Training providers, and large corporations as a sustained profit oriented sponsors. I know that “sustained profit oriented sponsors” is a new term that needs to be explained. It is very important that for any economic development program to be successful and sustainable it has to be profitable. Basically part of this blueprint entails an organized matrix design business park established in a targeted economically depressed area. You will have the large buildings to house the corporate sponsors surrounded by supporting small buildings to house the Micro Enterprises. Various apprentices and interns will be assigned as needed to both the large corporate sponsor’s buildings and to the small buildings for the Micro Enterprises business owners. The large corporate sponsors building will perform their core competency and outsourcing the rest of their manufacturing requirements to the Micro Enterprises buildings. The Micro Enterprises workload with the corporate sponsors will be ration at thirty percent. The remaining seventy percent of its business needs to be from outside the economic development program. Coursework & Lecture (CLASSROOM and/or COMPUTER ONLINE INSTRUCTION) Subject Matter Area: Manufacturing Technologies Introduction to Turbine Fundamentals: Hydraulic Turbines, Gas Turbines, Steam Turbines, Industrial Safety. Introduction to Machine Tools: History of Machines, Machines Nomenclature, Industrial Safety. Introduction to Welding: History of Welding, Arc Welding, Gas Welding, Industrial Safety. Welding Inspections: Nondestructive examination (NDE) Magnetic Particle Testing, Liquid Penetrate Testing, Ultrasonic Testing, Radiographic Testing Introduction to Electrical Discharge Machining: History of EDM, Machine controls, Electrode Materials, Industrial Safety. Electricity Technology: Electrical Systems, AC & DC Motors, Test & Power Equipment, Data/Voice. Electronics Technology: Digital Circuits, DC & AC Electronics, Semiconductor Devices, Op-Amps, Sensors, Computers Electronics, Communication Circuits, Telecommunications Networks, C & C++ for Technology, Microprocessor & Computer Design, System Interfacing. Optical Systems, Feature Recognition, Integrated Vision Systems, Laser Systems, Imaging Systems, Position & Motion Measurement Systems, Barcode & Matrix Scanning Robotics & Automation Technology Control Systems & Software’s, Product operation & programming, Security Control, Electro-Mechanical Systems, Servo Systems, Gantry Motion Systems, GUI systems, Product set-up, Test & Calibration, Tuned Servo System Software for Precision Motion, Vision System Application Integration, Integration of Third Party Software Applications, Windows NT and XP Operating System Use, PLC Controllers. Network System Technology: LAN/WAN Connectivity, Data Collection, Data Reporting, MIS, Data Delivery, Data Management. Pneumatic Technology: Applied Industrial Safety in Pneumatic. Tube fitting and fabrication, Identification and practical applications of fluid power components. Basic pneumatic system. Compressed air theory. Compressors and accessories. Air treatment applications. Valve types, functions and operations. Basic Valves Circuits applications in pneumatic control theory. Interpretation of Engineering and Manufacturing Specifications: Basic Blueprint Introduction, Reading and Interpreting Specifications. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing per ISO. Material Specifications & Terminology. Manufacturing Process Planning ( Routing & Operation Sheet ) Machinery’s Handbook: Contents and Indexes, General Contents, Identification of Subject Matter, Comprehensive Index-Extract. Technical Mathematics: Calculators Basics in- addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, parentheses, squaring, square root, sum, and percentages. Cartesian (rectangular) & polar coordinate system- Identify quadrants, plot points, lines, curves on grid. Basic Algebraic Formulas of Pythagorean Theorem and Trigonometry of- right angle & non right angle triangles and vectors. Geometry - area, rectangles, squares, triangles, trapezoids, parallelograms, circles. Solid Geometry in Volume and Surface Areas of- cubes, right angle solids, cylinders, prisms, cones, spheres. Applied Mathematics ( Machinery’s Handbook ): Speeds & Feeds, Conversions of weights and measures, Geometric constructions. Calculating specifications of screw threads, Calculating machinability. Calculating dimensions, gage points, lines, curves, tool paths. Calculating form, fits, tolerances of mating parts and tools. Calculating tapers, angles & taper per foot, Calculating forces in mechanics. Metallurgy Technology: Identification of metals, Ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Strength, Properties, Treatments, Testing, Machinability. Effects of temperatures and friction. Heat treatment / basic metal property Provides training of both knowledge and skill in identification and specification of metals, mechanical and physical properties of metals, theory and principles of heat-treating. Furnace operation, adjustment and calibration of furnaces control. Heat treatment of none-ferrous and ferrous metals to included tempering, hardening, annealing and case hardening of steal, solution and precipitation, heat treatment of corrosion resistant metals such as aluminum and stainless steels. CNC & CAD-CAM: SAFETY…………Applied Industrial Safety in CNC machines: CNC……………..Computer numerical control, set-up & programming. CAD-CAM……....Computer aided manufacturing & programming. CAD……………..Computer aided design techniques. Metrology: Basic measurements and techniques, Surface plate measurements per GD&T. Precision equipments measuring devices- micrometers, calipers, gage blocks, gage pins, angular measurements, light measurements, CMM. Quality Assurance Theory: Calibration control of gages, masters, measuring devices, instrumentation. Process control of first article inspection, in process inspection. Last article inspection, layouts using CMM and surface plate, Optical and 3D Inspection, MRB material review board activities, corrective & preventive actions. Creation and implementation of Quality Process Qualification Plan, TQM Certification of Capability: Process-certification, Machine-certification, Fixture-certification. Training-certification, Personal-certification. Supplier Quality Assurance: Supplier source ISO certification Table of Contents To Be Added MCM UNIVERSITY VERBAGE 1. EMPLOYER-----------------------------Customers 2. PROGRAM SPONSOR----------------------Customers 3. APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP STANDARDS --------------------- The entire document which embodies the procedures for the selection and training of apprentices and sets forth all the conditions associated therewith, including training on the job, related technical instruction, and administrative responsibilities. 4. WORK EXPERIENCE LOG------------------A book issued to each registered apprentice identifying the occupation, work process training schedule, hours allocated to each training task increment in the work process schedule, and super¬visory certification requirements. 5. APPRENTICE/ INTERNSHIP -----------Any individual who meets entry age requirements, performs assignments that include training in an apprenticeable occupation. 6. APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP AGREEMENT-----------Shall mean a written agreement between the Employer and the Apprentice. The Apprenticeship Agreement shall contain a statement making the terms and conditions of these Standards a part of the Agreement as though expressly written therein. 7. REGISTRATION AGENCY----------Manufacturing Capabilities Management University. 8. WORK PROCESS SCHEDULE----------------An outline of work procedures which specifies the required supervised work experience, training on the job, and the approximate time to be spent in each major process. 9. CLASS SCHEDULE OF RELATED INSTRUCTION --- Organized, related and supple¬mental classroom instruction necessary to provide apprentices with knowl¬edge in technical subjects related to the trade. A minimum of 400 hours each year of apprenticeship/internship training is required. It also includes resident instruction at the MCM UNIVERSITY training center and on site extended classes and/or on line computer. MCM UNIVERSITY APPRENTICESHIP/INTERNSHIP PROGRAM The area covered by these Standards shall be at all Customers site locations. II. MINIMUM OUALIFICATIONS: Minimum qualifications must be clearly stated and applied in a nondiscriminatory manner. Age: Minimum eighteen (18) years. Education: High school, (with proof of graduation) or GED equivalency. Physical: Exact requirements shall be set forth in the Examination Testing: n/a Other: None III. CONDUCT OF PROGRAM UNDER CUSTOMERS EOUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN: The customer will adopt an Equal Employment Opportunity Plan and Selection Procedures. The recruitment, selection, employment and training of apprentices during their apprenticeship/internship shall be without discrimination because of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or as otherwise specified by law. MCM UNIVERSITY shall take positive action to provide equal opportunity and operate the apprenticeship/internship program as required by law. IV. SELECTION PROCEDURES: I. Each apprentice/intern (and, if under 18 years of age, the parent or guardian) will sign an apprenticeship/internship agreement with the sponsor, who will then register the agreement with MCM UNIVERSITY before the apprentice/intern attends the related/supplemental instruction classes, or within the first 30 days of employment as an apprentice. MCM UNIVERSITY representative must be notified within 30 days of program approval, of all requests for disposition or modification of agreements, with a copy of the committee minutes approving the changes, which may be: • BS Degree in Manufacturing Capabilities Management. • Certificate of completion in Manufacturing Technologies • Additional credit • Suspension (i.e. military service or other) • Reinstatement • Cancellation and/or • Corrections 2. Rotate apprentices in the various processes of the skilled occupation to ensure the apprentice is trained to be a competent journey-level worker. 3. Periodically review and evaluate apprentices/intern before advancement to their next wage progression period in the program. The evidence of such advancement will be determined by the apprentice/intern's record of progress on the job and the evaluation of their knowledge of related/supplemental education. 4. The customer has the obligation and responsibility to provide, insofar as possible, continuous employment for all apprentices/intern in the program. The customer may arrange to transfer an apprentice/intern from one training area to another or to another customer when the current customer is unable to provide reasonably continuous employment, or they are unable to provide apprentices/intern the diversity of experience necessary for training and experience in the various work processes as stated in these Standards. The new customer will assume all the terms and conditions of these Standards. If, for any reason, a layoff of an apprentice/intern occurs, the apprenticeship/internship agreement will remain in effect unless canceled by the customer. 5. An apprentice/intern who is unable to perform the on-the-job portion of apprenticeship/internship training may, if the apprentice/intern so requests and if both the customer and MCM UNIVERSITY approves, participate in related/supplemental education, subject to the apprentice/intern obtaining and providing to both the customer and MCM UNIVERSITY written requested documents for such participation. However, time spent may not be applied toward the on-the-job portion of apprenticeship/internship training. V. COMPLIANCE STATEMENT: EQUAL EMPLOVMENT OPPORTUNITY PLAN: MCM UNIVERSITY will subscribe to the following Equal Opportunity Pledge: The recruitment, selection, employment and training of apprentices/intern during their apprenticeship/internship shall be without discrimination because of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex. The customer shall take affirmative action to provide equal opportunity in apprenticeship/internship and MCM UNIVERSITY will operate the apprenticeship/internship program as required by law AFFIRMATIVE ACTION Customer and MCM UNIVERSITY will adopt an Affirmative Action Plan with selection procedures that shall include goals and timetables, if analysis indicates under¬utilization of minorities and/or women (minority and non-minority). We will conduct, operate and administer this program in conformity to existing laws and regulation. Such Affirmative Action Plan and selection procedures shall be adopted through a separate document and attached as an addendum. VI. TERM OF APPRENTICESHIP and INTERNSHIP: This is an 8,000 hour program which leads to a certifica¬tion of journeyman in the trade of Millwright with a BS degree in Manufacturing Capabilities Management. Participation in the program is voluntary, and no membership in labor unions or professional associations is required. The minimum term of apprenticeship/internship for journeyman Millwright must not be less than four (4) years or 8,000 hours* of reasonably continuous employment. ** *All references to hours shall mean straight time (regular work) hours. Millwright: Each apprentice/intern shall enroll in and attend classes in subjects related to the trade for not less than eight (8) hours weekly for a minimum of 400 hours per year during the term of apprenticeship/internship. **The phrase ' ... years of reasonably continuous employment." denotes a minimum of 1840 straight-time (regular) work hours per year computed from the date apprenticeship/internship begins, in which case the apprenticeship/internship will be extended for all hours less than 1840 hours per apprentice/intern's year. This excludes government-mandated items such as Active Military duty and time off due to family medical leave which shall be evaluated on a case by case basis. This action may result in a temporary suspension of extension of their apprenticeship/internship program for all hours less than 1840 hours per apprentice/intern's year. Upon successful completion of apprenticeship/internship training and experience requirements as prescribed by individual apprenticeship/internship program standards, the apprentice/intern will submit a request to MCM UNIVERSITY, Office of Promotion, for issuance of a Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship/internship and a BS Degree in Manufacturing Capabilities Management. VII. INITIAL PROBATIONARY PERIOD: All apprentice/interns are subject to an initial probationary period, stated in hours or months of employment for which they receive full credit toward completion of apprenticeship/internship. Advance credit/standing will not reduce the initial probationary period. The initial probationary period: • Is the period following the apprentice/intern's acceptance into the program and during which the apprentice/intern's appeal rights are impaired. The initial probation must not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the term of apprenticeship/internship • Is the period that the supervisor of apprentice/intern may terminate an apprenticeship/internship agreement at the written request by any affected party. The customer or the apprentice/intern of the apprenticeship/internship agreement may terminate the agreement All apprentice/interns employed in accordance with these Standards shall be subject to the 8000 hours and to all terms of the Apprenticeship/internship Agreement. VIII. RATIO OF APPRENTICES/INTERN TO JOURNEY LEVEL WORKERS: Supervision is the necessary education, assistance, and control provided by a journey-¬level employee that is on the same job site at least seventy-five percent of each working day. The customer will assure that apprentice/interns are under the supervision of competent and qualified journey-level workers on the job who are responsible for the work being performed, to ensure safety and training in all phases of the work. Apprentices/intern will work the same hours as journey-level workers, EXCEPT where such hours may interfere with related/supplemental instruction. A. Millwright: There shall not be more than six (6) apprentice/intern for each journeypersons employed. The apprenticeship/internship customer will determine the exact number of apprentice/intern positions. IX. APPRENTICE/INTERN WAGES AND WAGE PROGRESSION: The apprentice/intern will be paid a progressively increasing schedule of wages based on specified percentages of journey-level wage consistent with skills acquired. These may be indicated in hours or monthly periods set by the sponsor. The entry wage will not be less than the minimum wage prescribed by law, unless a higher wage is required by a collective bargaining agreement. A. Millwright: An apprentice/intern will be placed in the appropriate initial pay step. Each period shall be six months. Journeymen… Step Number of hours/months Percentage of journey-level rate 1 0 – 6 months 45% or 67% 2 7 – 12 months 71% 3 13 – 18 months 75% 4 19 – 24 months 79% 5 25 – 30 months 83% 6 31 – 36 months 87% 7 37 – 42 months 91% 8 43 – 48 months 95% X. WORK PROCESSES The apprentice/intern shall receive on the job instruction and experience as is necessary to become a qualified journey-level worker versed in the theory and practice of the occupation covered by these Standards. The following is a condensed schedule of work experience, which every apprentice/intern shall follow as closely as conditions will permit. Customer shall only use registered apprentice/intern to perform the work processes as stated in this section. A. Millwright: Approximate Hours 1. Familiarization……………………………………………………………….. 400 Shop Safety and routine. Forklift. Light Rigging helpers. Plant maintenances and Preventive maintenances of Machines. Use of hand tools: Deburring, Holding, striking, and assembling tools. Bench Work: Hand type cutting tools, Thread cutting tools and procedures. Finishing Processes: Reaming, Broaching, and Lapping. Installation of all types of Bearings. Tube fitting, Basic to precision Layouts. Operation of all cutting saws, drilling machines and pedestal grinders. Inspection: Surface plate, micrometers, calipers, gage blocks, gage pins, etc. 2. Engine Lathe…………………………………………………………………... 1500 Lathe Safety and routine. Mounting, removing, and aligning lathe center. Grinding lathe cutting tools. Facing between centers, Machining between centers. Knurling, grooving, and form turning, Turning tapers, Thread cutting. Steady rest, Follower rest, and Mandrels, Machining in a chuck. Drilling, boring, reaming, and tapping with the lathe. 3. Milling Machines…….………………………………………………………. 1500 Mill Safety and routine. Machine set-up and operation. 4. Surface Grinders…………..………………………………………………………. 400 Safety and routine. 5. Cylindrical Grinders…………………………………….…………………………. 400 Safety and routine. 6. Universal Cutter and tool grinder………………………………………………... 400 Safety and routine. 7. EDM Sinkers and CNC Wire……………………………………..………….. 400 Safety and routine. Programming, Set-up, and operation. 8. CNC Turning Center….….....................................................………................. 1500 Safety and routine. Programming, Set-up, and operation. 9. CNC Machining Center………………………………………………………... 1500 Safety and routine. Programming, Set-up, and operation. 10. Miscellaneous………………………………………………………………. 400 Safety and routine. Welding,, Auxiliary devices, etc.., shop operations TOTAL HOURS: 8000 XI. RELATED/SUPPLEMENTAL INSTRUCTION: The apprentice/intern must attend related/supplemental classroom and/or computer online instruction. The customer and MCM UNIVERSITY must provide for instruction of the apprentice/intern during the related/supplemental education in safe and healthful work practices in compliance by law. In case of failure on the part of any apprentice/intern to fulfill this obligation, the sponsor has authority to take disciplinary action (see Administrative Disciplinary Procedures section). Clock hours of actual attendance by the apprentice/intern in related/supplemental instruction classes at MCM UNIVERSITY shall be reported on a quarterly basis for verifying attendance and industrial insurance purposes. For industrial insurance purposes, the employer is responsible should any apprentice/intern sustain an injury while participating in related/supplemental classroom activity, or other directly related activity outside the classroom. The activities must be at the direction of the instructor. The methods of related/supplemental training must consist of one or more of the following: (X) Approved classes and training seminars (X) Supervised field trips (X) Other (specify): Approved Computer Based Training XII. Administrative Procedures 1. MCM UNIVERSITY will record and maintain records pertaining to the administration of the apprenticeship/internship program and make them available on request. Records will be maintained for five (5) years; all other records will be maintained for three (3) years. 2. The customer will submit the following list for Apprentice/intern file: • Apprenticeship/internship Agreement Card - within first 30 days of employment • Authorization of Signature - as necessary • Change of Status - within 30 days of action • Journey Level Wage - at least annually, or whenever changed • Revision of Standards - as necessary • (Quarterly) Reports: 1st quarter: January through March, by April I 0 2nd quarter: April through June, by July 10 3rd quarter: July through September, by October 10 4th quarter: October through December, by January 10 3. Adopt, as necessary, local program rules or policies to administer the apprenticeship/internship program in compliance with these Standards. XIII. ADMINISTRATIVE DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES: The customer may include in this section requirements and expectations of the apprentice/interns and an explanation of disciplinary actions that may be imposed for noncompliance. The customer has the following disciplinary procedures that they may impose: Disciplinary Probation, Suspension, or Cancellation. Disciplinary Probation: A time assessed when the apprentice/intern's progress is not satisfactory. During this time the program customer may withhold periodic wage advancements, suspend or cancel the apprenticeship/internship agreement, or take further disciplinary action. A disciplinary probation may only be assessed after the initial probation is completed. During the disciplinary probation, the apprentice/intern has the right to file an appeal to the program customer listing grievance within 3 working days of disciplinary action for reconsideration. Suspension: A suspension is a temporary interruption in progress of an individual’s apprenticeship/internship program that may result in the cancellation of the Apprenticeship/internship Agreement. Could include temporarily not being allowed to work, go to school or take part in any activity related to the Apprenticeship/internship Program until such time as the Apprenticeship/internship customer takes further action. XIV: PROGRAM COMPLETION Upon successful completion of apprenticeship/internship, as provided in these Standards, and passing the examination that the sponsor may require, the customer will recommend a Certificate of Completion of Apprenticeship/internship. The Employer will make an official presentation to the apprentice/intern that has successfully completed his/her term of apprenticeship.

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