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    Due to the ongoing widespread community transmission of COVID-19, the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health (DPH) is requiring that colleges and training programs like ours implement a weekly COVID-19 testing program for all students and staff who are not up-to-date on their COVID-19 vaccination status.  Those not up-to-date on their vaccination status include those who have not completed a primary COVID-19 vaccine series (two weeks after one dose of Johnson & Johnson or two doses of Moderna or Pfizer), and anyone who is fully vaccinated and due for a booster dose but has not yet received it.  Those not up-to-date on their vaccination status will be required to test weekly for COVID-19.

    As a result, the Joint Apprenticeship Committee, comprised of both labor and management, has suspended all in-person classes and live training effective from Monday, January 24, 2022, through Sunday, February 27, 2022.  This will give the ETI the time necessary to set up and implement this testing policy before in-person classes and training resumes on Monday, February 28, 2022. 

    Beginning on February 28, 2022, all students must be fully up-to-date on their vaccinations before being allowed onto the ETI premises for in-person classes or training, or they will be required to test weekly for COVID-19 and provide those test results to the ETI.  The ETI will not accept the results of home COVID-19 tests unless the test is observed by a telehealth provider and the results are processed by a laboratory. You will receive further information concerning the specifics of this policy in the future.   The ETI will not be arranging for or paying for the testing.   If a student tests positive, they will be required to self-isolate as required by the County of Los Angeles Health Officer’s Isolation Order and the ETI’s COVID-19 Prevention Plan. 

    In the meantime, all students who attend training at the ETI are strongly recommended to become fully vaccinated and boosted at your earliest opportunity, so that they are not required to test weekly for COVID-19.  Not only will this help slow the spread of COVID-19, contributing to the safety of students and their family members, many jobsites are now requiring that jobsite workers (apprentices, journey-level workers, Construction Wiremen, and Construction Electricians) be fully vaccinated.   Such workers who are up-to-date with their vaccination status are much more likely to be dispatched or assigned to work faster than those who are not up-to-date with their vaccination status.

    Do NOT send evidence of your vaccination to the ETI at this time. Please await further instructions from the ETI.

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    New Course Offering

    We will be offering a 40-hour Bluebeam course at the beginning of 2022. Chances are if you work in construction, you have heard of Bluebeam Revu. Although it is quickly becoming an industry standard, there are plenty of people who just don’t know what it is, or what it does.
    Essentially, Bluebeam Revu is a software application that allows users to markup, take off, organize, and collaborate with PDF files. Our 40-hour Bluebeam course will help you master this powerful tool for estimation, submittals, bidding, addendums, RFI’s, daily tasks, punch list, commissioning, as-built drawings, and more.

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