20 CFR 669.420 - What must be included in an on-the-job training contract?

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§ 669.420 What must be included in an on-the-job training contract?

At a minimum, an on-the-job training contract must comply with the requirements of WIA sections 195(4) and 101(31) and must include:

(a) The occupation(s) for which training is to be provided;

(b) The duration of training;

(c) The wage rate to be paid to the trainee;

(d) The rate of reimbursement;

(e) The maximum amount of reimbursement;

(f) A training outline that reflects the work skills required for the position;

(g) An outline of any other separate classroom training that may be provided by the employer; and

(h) The employer's agreement to maintain and make available time and attendance, payroll and other records to support amounts claimed by the employer for reimbursement under the OJT contract.

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