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Apprentice of the Year

Sponsored By

Chevron, EAS, NAPA, Snap-on and TMTA Waterloo Region

 

CRITERIA FOR NOMINEES:

Must be registered with the Ministry with Ministry of Training (MTCU) Colleges and Universities and not a licensed technician at time of nomination and time of award.

The registered apprentice must be a member in good standing with the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT)

The apprentice’s TMTA member company must complete the nomination package in full including immediate supervisor’s name and contact info.

A copy of valid MTCU client ID must accompany the nomination form along with their full name, address, phone number, email address if applicable.

 

Please fill out and submit the application form below.

 

  • Nominee

  • Member Company Information

  • Award Criteria

    1 - Safety
      • No time off accidents within the last 12 months.
      • Must have valid W.H.M.I.S. 2015 or GHS training current valid certificate with current employer.
      • Participates in all safety training and updates provided by his/her employer.
      • Takes responsibility of applying and following all safety policies, rules and regulations regardless of others influence.
      • 6.25 points for each = 25

      Opened ended questions for safety section.
  • 2 - Attitude
    • Displays a positive attitude to fellow employees, employer and customers.
    • Does not engage in looking for ways to get out of work – accepts all challenges as an opportunity to learn and grow.
    • Shows interest in wanting to learn and develop but questions when not certain.
    • Takes instructions and requests from team members and supervisors positively.
    • Accept change in job direction or changes in shift schedule or required overtime.
    • 5 points for each of the above = 25
  • 3 - Competency
    The nominee has the ability to:
    • Work independently.
    • Work cohesively with others.
    • Keeps proper and accurate documentation of necessary information.
    • Exhibits appropriate language and clearly describes work performed on work orders.
    • 5 points for each of the above.
  • 4 - Productivity
    The nominee has the ability to:
    • Meet standard repair times
    • Accept work challenges knowing the time allotment may not be attainable.
    • Keep minimum to no comebacks.
    • Perform routine jobs attentively and responsibly.
    • Organize job requirements to be productive and minimize downtime.
    • 5 points for each if the above = 25
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