No, but it is used to distinguish you from other applicants. If you do not provide it, then a separate identification number will be assigned to you. The assigned number is what you must use for all of your records.
Your apprenticeship is in the construction trades, and the territory covers the States of Minnesota and North Dakota. You must have a reliable form of transportation to commute to and from your work assignments.
Yes. The apprenticeship training program is registered with the State of Minnesota, Department of Labor and Industry, which requires attendance of at least 144 hours of classroom instruction (related technical instruction) each year. Classroom instruction attendance is without compensation, and it usually occurs one night per week between September and May.
Yes. An apprentice wage is based on a certain percentage of the journeyworker wage. The apprentice wage is subject to periodic increases, and it may depend on the apprentice’s progress on-the-job or in the classroom.