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State apprenticeship and training council
§ 813. State apprenticeship and training council. 1. The governor
shall appoint a state apprenticeship and training council, composed of
three representatives from employer organizations and three from
employee organizations and one representative of the general public, who
shall be the chairman. The council by majority vote may designate one of
its members, other than the chairman, as vice-chairman to act in the
absence or inability of the chairman. Each member shall be appointed for
a term of three years. Each member shall hold office until his or her
successor is appointed and has qualified, and any vacancy shall be
filled by appointment for the unexpired portion of the term. The present
members of the council shall continue to hold office until the
expiration of their present terms or their earlier terminations by
resignation or inability to act. The commissioner of education, the
commissioner of labor and the commissioner of economic development shall
ex officio be members of such council without vote. The members of the
council shall not receive a salary or other compensation, but shall be
reimbursed for transportation and other expenses actually and
necessarily incurred in the performance of their duties under this

2. The council: (a) shall advise the commissioner of labor on
apprentice training matters, including the matters of related and
supplemental instruction; (b) may recommend suggested standards for
apprenticeship agreements; (c) shall maintain a close and effective
liaison with governmental and nongovernmental agencies which are
concerned with skilled manpower development and problems; and (d) may
recommend research projects on facts and trends relating to
apprenticeship training and the supply of and needs for skilled