The California District Council Apprenticeship invites you to apply for the position of Apprenticeship Instructor. If you are have the skills and desire to become an instructor, you are invited to apply. We are looking for qualified journeymen that have at least five years of field experience with the skills to deliver classroom instruction in safety, welding, and ironworking work processes. Other desirable traits include current CWI, teaching credentials, and safety professionals, leadership skills such as foreman and general foreman experience, and college degreed individuals. If you have what it takes to deliver training to Ironworker apprentices and journeymen, please contact Alice Hernandez by email to get an application: firstname.lastname@example.org
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RULES 1. All applications must be submitted and signed by the Local Union Business Manager, Business Agent or President 2. All applications must be received in the District Council of the State of California & Vicinity office at least thirty (30) days prior to the date of the class 3. Only applications that have been approved by the Committee and signed by the District Council President in advance will be processed for reimbursement of expenses 4. Reimbursable expenses are defined as registration fee, required books, coach air fare, room & tax and necessary travel expenses. Personal meals and expenses will not be reimbursed. 5. Certificate of completion or other proof of attendance of the class and original receipts must be submitted to the District Council office within fifteen (15) days of the completion of the class. 6. For classes and/or degrees that extend beyond one trip or require home study, receipts and proof of completion of each segment of the class must be submitted within fifteen (15) days of completion of the trip or class segment. A file will be opened and the receipts will be accumulated in the file. Reimbursement will not be made until all coursework is completed and the applicant has received his/her degree. 7. If a class is reimbursable through a program offered by the International or the Apprenticeship Training Fund then the applicant must first submit his/her receipts to those entities and provide the District Council with an accounting.