Company Terms & Conditions

National Apprentice Day Company Terms & Conditions

  • No acceptance of your registration will be subject to the following conditions: Members are responsible to:
  • 1.) Offer their time to youth apprentice(s) for a minimum of 3 hours. Apprentice Day, Inc. recommended youth-employer time is 3-4 hours. Lunch/snacks/refreshments optional. If you, the employer, plan to provide snacks, drinks, and/or lunch, you must inform Apprentice Day, Inc. so our organization may relay this information to parents and schools.
  • 2.) Instruct the youth apprentice(s) in the required competencies in the work skill being job-shadowed.
  • 3.) Ensure that any work performed is not in a hazardous work environment. Youth apprentices shall be under the direct and close supervision of a qualified and experienced person and there is a schedule of organized and progressive work processes to be performed on the job.
  • 4.) Comply with all applicable state and federal child labor regulations.
  • 5.) Must have a drug-free workplace and provide a work environment that is not declared too hazardous for youth. Youth apprentices may perform certain tasks that are otherwise declared hazardous provided the hazardous work is incidental to the training and is for intermittent and short periods of time.
  • 6.) Permit youth apprentices’ parent and/or guardian to be present at all times.
  • 7.) Assign a mentor and/or skilled trainer(s) to work with the youth apprentice(s) throughout the course of the program. (One mentor can be assigned to more than one youth apprentice.)
  • 8.) Members are encouraged, but not required, to hire the youth apprentices upon completion of the program.
  • • Member Qualifications & Responsibilities:
  • 1.) Experience working with adolescents, either on the job or through family or outside activities.
  • 2.) Effective teaching/training skills with adults and/or youth.
  • 3.) Highly skilled in the area in which the youth apprentices will be trained in the industry.
  • 4.) Good communication skills in the workplace.
  • 5.) Knowledge of and commitment to the principles of apprenticeship and the National Apprentice Day™ program.
  • • Apprentice Day, Inc. reserves the right to exclude any member if important details have not been fully declared or his/her business ethics are incompatible with the wellbeing of youth apprentices.
  • • Responsibility of Members: Determining which related instruction options are available and appropriate for each youth apprentice. Our members are expected to:
  • 1.) Develop a plan for each youth apprentice to ensure the specific trade being shadowed is intellectually engaging him or her. Learning Requirements: The one-day job-shadowing component is designed to provide an on-the-job learning environment for students “apprenticed” to an experienced mentor.
  • 2.) Instruct the youth apprentice in the knowledge, skills, and abilities identified in the work skill.
  • 3.) Must not treat youth apprentices unfavorably because of race (skin color complexion), gender, or age. The law forbids discrimination and harassment when it comes to any kind of apprenticeship.
  • 4.) Mandatory Reporting - Any person over the age of eighteen who receives a disclosure from a credible witness or observes abuse/neglect/sexual assault of a child, shall immediately, and not more than forty-eight hours after receiving such disclosure or observing the abuse/neglect/assault, report the circumstances or cause a report to be made the Department of Health and Human Resources or the State Police or other law-enforcement agency having jurisdiction to investigate the report.
  • • Responsibility of Schools: Offer an excused absence for youth apprentices who submit an “Educational Leave Form” signed by members after participants complete National Apprentice Day™.
  • • Apprentice Day, Inc. cannot guarantee youth sign-up.
  • • You confirm all adults in the workplace have good conduct and are suitable to work with youth apprentices with National Apprentice Day™. In addition you have carried out additional checks on adult suitability through references, interview and rigorous recruitment procedures.
  • • You confirm your agency/company/organization has child protection policies and adults are trained and aware of current Child Protection Legislation and best practice through those policies. Adults are aware legal action may be taken if they breach best child protection practice.
  • • Apprentice Day, Inc. requires background and criminal history checks of certain personnel who are responsible for the care, safety and security of children. The applicant must provide information voluntarily.
  • • Registered sex offenders and/or employees convicted of child abuse, may not be on the premises during the hours of National Apprentice Day™. The applicant must provide information voluntarily.
  • Apprentice Day, Inc. reserves the right to make changes to the general terms and conditions without notice.
  • DECLARATION: I HEREBY DECLARE THAT THE DETAILS FURNISHED ABOVE ARE TRUE AND CORRECT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF AND I UNDERTAKE TO INFORM YOU OF ANY CHANGES THEREIN, IMMEDIATELY. IN CASE ANY OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS FOUND TO BE FALSE OR UNTRUE OR MISLEADING OR MISREPRESENTING, I AM AWARE THAT I MAY BE HELD LIABLE FOR IT. I HEREBY AUTHORIZE NATIONAL APPRENTICE DAY TO INCLUDE THE COMPANY, I AM REPRESENTING, INTO THEIR PROGRAM.
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