Section 29.30 of the final rule (called . 29.31 and entitled “Extended and Conflicted Between Learning Programs Subsection A and This Subsection B” in the NPRM) excludes the construction sector from the scope of the final rule. The section provides that the administrator does not recognize SREs units that want to recognize as IRAP programs that seek to train apprentices in construction activities including: buildings and other structures (including supplements); heavy constructions other than buildings; and transformations, reconstructions, installations and maintenance and repairs. It also provides that administrator-recognized SRS cannot be recognized as IRAP programs to train apprentices in construction activities involving the installation of buildings and other structures (including supplements); heavy constructions other than buildings; and transformations, reconstructions, installations and maintenance and repairs. To calculate annual costs, the Department first had to estimate the number of applications and SRSs over the 10-year analysis period. The department estimates that a reliable guide to estimating the number of SRE applications is the number of companies that have applied for assistance under the 2016 OA IA scholarship program. As noted above, commentators did not provide any other source of data for estimating participation in the SRE. Under this rule, SRs and IRAPS would be free to incorporate UDL into their apprenticeship programs, and the department expects some to choose to do so as long as the UDL is useful and allows them to reach a wider range of potential apprentices. The Department also notes that IRAP is required to comply with federal, federal and local laws, and that SRSs must have policies and procedures that reflect comprehensive outreach strategies to reach different population groups.
However, the department refuses to make the UDL a requirement for THE IRAPS. The Department believes that SRs are better able to identify appropriate training models and approaches for their programs and to assist their IRAPS in implementing them. At point b) of point 29.22, it is stated that an SRE must confirm that the IRAPS it has recognized meets point (a) (4). This means that the SRE must effectively verify IRAP compliance and confirm to the administrator that an IRAP it recognizes is a high-quality program that is reflected in (a) (4) and with the SRE. Validation after. 29.22 (b) must be carried out at the time of the initial detection and before the certificate issued by the administrator in accordance with this decision. 29.22 (a) (2) when an SRE informs the administrator that it has recognized an IRAP. The validation under section 29.22, point b) should also take place each year after certification, with the issuance of a certificate to the administrator each year. (d) An apprentice is individual training in an IRAP under an apprenticeship contract. In paragraphs (a) 1) to vii), the Department has inadvertently defined in the proposed rule the types of enterprises that could become a recognized SRE. The Department corrected this name and the proposal of The Business Section 29.20 (a) (a) (i) to (vii) was renamed, in the final rule, under the name 29.20 (a) (1) to (9).