OJT requirements

Requirements for the employer related to On-the-Job training

On-the-Job Training is a contractual agreement in which the employer must agree to:

  • Pay trainees wages and provide benefits commensurate with other employees doing similar work and with similar experience. OJT trainees are your employees and are subject to your company's policies.
  • Commit to continued employment upon successful completion of the training.
  • Provide substantive on-the-job training. Training takes place at your location, on your equipment, under your guidelines. The length of training will be determined by the job description, and demonstrated participant skill gaps.
  • Submit trainee evaluations and payroll records to the Career Center for wage reimbursement.

On-the-Job Training is a contractual agreement in which the employer must agree to:

  • Pay trainees wages and provide benefits commensurate with other employees doing similar work and with similar experience. OJT trainees are your employees and are subject to your company's policies.
  • Commit to continued employment upon successful completion of the training.
  • Provide substantive on-the-job training. Training takes place at your location, on your equipment, under your guidelines. The length of training will be determined by the job description, and demonstrated participant skill gaps.
  • Submit trainee evaluations and payroll records to the Career Center for wage reimbursement.
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