On the Job Training [OJT]

Overview

The On-The-Job-Training [OJT] apprentices receive is vitally important. Only experienced journey persons and technicians, provided by the employer, can furnish the hands-on training necessary to educate apprentices in the skills of the trade. Through the hands-on training, apprentices become skilled in the HVACR trade.

Record-Keeping

Every hour spent training and working, in each of the nine work process areas, must be recorded. The OJT's, will parallel the related classroom instruction. Incremental increases in pay are to be based on these reports.

To record your hours, visit www.login.ClickTime.com or download the app. To learn how to use this system view the How to Guides below.

Outline of Work Process

 

Description of the Nine Work Process Areas

Approximate Hours

A

Use and care of tools and equipment

      400.00

B

Air conditioning and refrigerating systems

   3,000.00

C

Air duct, movement and treatment

      900.00

D

Refrigeration controls

      900.00

E

Motors, controls

      900.00

F

Heating and fuel burning equipment

      800.00

G

Heat pumps

      800.00

H

Piping, installation and services

      250.00

I

Safety

        50.00  


Total Hours [over a four-year period]

   8,000.00


How-to Guides and Videos

Apprentices:

How to Track Time on a Computer

How to Track Time on the Mobile App

How to Pull a Summary Report

Supervisors:
How to Approve a Timesheet

How to Pull a Summary Report


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