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Apprenticeship & Certification Board

Apprentissage Manitoba works closely with the Apprenticeship and Certification Board and the Provincial Advisory Committees in order to develop legislative guidelines in Manitoba for apprenticeship trades and training. These groups provide an effective partnership with industry stakeholders to ensure proper function and operation of Apprenticeship training.


About

The Apprenticeship and Certification Board provides a governance and leadership role within its advisory mandate to coordinate a relevant, accessible and responsive apprenticeship and certification system in Manitoba. The Board’s governance role involves responsibility for the development of an annual strategic plan based on consultations with stakeholders to identify and provide leadership on issues that have an impact on the apprenticeship system as a whole.

The Board consists of a non-voting chairperson (except to break a tie), twelve (12) voting members and one (1) non-voting member who are appointed by the Minister:
  1. a chair
  2. five members representing employers
  3. five members representing employees
  4. two members representing the public interest
  5. an apprentice representative

The Board is responsible for:

  1. promoting apprenticeship training and certification;
  2. supporting employer and employee participation in apprenticeship and certification;
  3. advising the minister about the training needs of Manitobans and the needs of the  Manitoba labour market for skilled and trained persons; and
  4. participating in interprovincial apprenticeship initiatives.

The Board has four Standing Committees that are solely comprised of Board members:

  1. A governance and planning standing committee.
  2. A community liaison standing committee.
  3. A program standards standing committee.
  4. A nominating standing committee.

         Standing Committees are designed to allow Board members to focus on a particular area of interest and allow specific issues to be dealt with in-depth without involving the entire Board.

For more information contact:
Apprenticeship and Certification Board Operations and Relations Manager
204-945-1250 or Julie.Kennedy@gov.mb.ca

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Members of the Apprenticeship and Certification Board

Leonard Harapiak – Chair
Les Lengyel – Employer Representative
Ryan Einarson – Employer Representative
Greg Ware– Employer Representative
Jamie McNabb – Employer Representative
Mike Pulak – Employee Representative
Doug Lauvstad – Employer Representative
Allan Beach – Employee Representative
Rick Ullman – Employee Representative
Ron Stecy – Employee Representative
Dave Martin – Employee Representative
Bob Senff – Public Interest Representative
Anita Campbell – Public Interest Representative
Scott Sinclair – Ex-Officio Member and Secretary to the Board

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Board Minutes:

2010

2009

2008

January
February - No Meeting
March
April
May - No Meeting
June

January - No Meeting
February
March
April
May
June
September
October
November
December - No Meeting

January
February
March
May
June
September
October
November - No Meeting
December

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