Systech Aquires Training Agent Status

Announcement

Systech Consulting has applied for and met the requirements for Limited Energy Training Agents in Oregon. We have been approved by the committee and the Bureau of Labor & Industries to employ, train, and supervise apprentices according to approved industry standards.

An essential component of an apprenticeship program is on-the-job training, where apprentices learn the intricacies of their trade by working hands-on in the field under the supervision of licensed journey workers. This element of training is only possible with the participation of employers in the training process.

Systech Consulting is excited about that it has the opportunity to advise, train, and grow the next generation of Limited Energy Technicians in compliance with local, state, and federal regulations as well the values and commitment that is instilled in all of its employees.

Training Agents Status Requirements

• CCB License – Employers must possess a valid CCB license demonstrating that they have been a licensed Oregon Electrical Contractor for at least 6 months prior to applying or provide a letter verifying CCB exempt status.

• CLE/C Licenses – Employers must possess an Oregon Electrical license (CLE# or C#), allowing them to pull permits or provide a letter verifying CLE#/C# exempt status.

• Worker’s Compensation – Employers must maintain workers’ compensation insurance (non-exempt status) or provide a letter verifying their status as an exempt independent contractor.

• Licensed Journey Worker on Staff – Employers must employ at least one full-time licensed journey worker on staff for the supervision of each apprentice.

About Us

Systech Consulting is the regions leading IT consulting and Managed Services Provider (MSP) serving businesses of all types and sizes.
We help businesses with everything from remote and onsite IT helpdesk support, 24 x 7 x 365 network monitoring to cybersecurity assessments and cloud migrations.
We tailor our solutions to meet your business’s unique needs, goals and expectations.

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