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Section 4123.038 | Apprentice definitions.


As used in this section and section 4123.039 of the Revised Code:

(A) "Apprentice" and "apprenticeship agreement" have the meaning defined in section 4139.01 of the Revised Code.

(B) "Related and supplemental instructions" means training offered, conducted, supervised, or given under the sponsorship of any joint apprenticeship committee or other sponsoring organization to apprentices, which training is given in addition to the approved schedule of work experience through employment, and which is to be credited towards the minimum hours of related and supplemental instructions required by section 4139.01 of the Revised Code.

(C) "Pre-apprentice" means a person who receives formal classroom training designed to provide the person with the basic education, attitudes, skills, trade knowledge, and motivation necessary to enter a formal apprenticeship program.

(D) "Entry-level trainee" means a person who possesses experience that would qualify the person as a journeyperson but for the existence of certain other disqualifying conditions and who receives on-the-job training accompanied by classroom instruction outside of normal working hours.

(E) "Journeyperson trainee" means a person with journeyperson status in a given trade who receives classroom and laboratory training for the purpose of broadening the person's skills and acquainting the person with new techniques and ideas in the trade.

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