As many of you know, I have been posting articles for two or more years and have been highlighting articles from each state in alphabetical order. New Hampshire is a state that has recently had the USDOL, Office of Apprenticeship assume registration authority when the state had no staff to man the function. The following article is from an electrical contractor doing work in New Hampshire which has a strict program and rewards it's apprentices who achieve thier goals.
NH Apprentice Recognized as “Top Performer”
Keith Belanger, New Hampshire Level 4 Electrical Apprentice, employed by Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc. has been selected to participate in a new program at the company’s headquarters in Holliston, MA called the Top Performers Career Development Program. Based upon Keith’s outstanding academic achievement in Griffin’s In-House Apprenticeship Training Program and his demonstrated exemplary performance in the field, Keith was chosen for this opportunity to “shadow” seasoned professionals within the Griffin office staff to gain a deeper understanding of all facets of the administrative side of the construction industry. Specifically, he will learn more about the important areas of planning, scheduling, estimating, cost control, resource control, construction documents and safety.
Keith began his employment with Griffin Electric in May, 2008 as part of the team that staffed the Federal Correctional Institute project in Berlin, NH. Since the completion of the prison project Keith has worked on several additional projects for the company and anticipates applying for his electrical journeyworker license exam when he completes his apprenticeship this spring.
Any questions about this article should be directed to:
Margie D’Aniello, Training Coordinator
Wayne J. Griffin Electric, Inc.
Submitted to John Griffin firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles Vaughn, State Director
USDOL Office of Apprenticeship
55 Pleasant Road
Concord, NH 03301
Modified On : January 15, 2012
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