Apprenticeship Participation & Monthly Progress Reports
Your apprenticeship begins once you have been dispatched to your first job and “indentured” to the JATC (Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee). The JATC will oversee your progress throughout the program.
It is your responsibility to keep records pertaining to your employment, hours worked, and related training classes. Monthly Progress Reports, commonly referred to as “MPR”, are due the 1st of each month whether you are working or not. It is your responsibility to keep accurate records on the skills and hours worked. Failure to submit “Monthly Progress Reports” are grounds for Citation and further JATC Committee action.
You can print out blank MPR forms yourself by clicking the apprentice program you belong to below, or pick them up at the Regional Training Center. To view and print the forms below, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If needed you can download Adobe Reader free of charge directly from Adobe’s web site by visiting https://get.adobe.com/reader/.
Mail your monthly progress reports to:
Regional Training Center, 13521 NE Whitaker Way, Portland, OR 97230
Take a picture with your phone and email picture to MPR@pattt.org
Important MPR Record-keeping Information:
You are expected to maintain your own copies of your MPRs. You can make a photocopy at the Apprenticeship office. Additionally, you don’t need an employer signature if you are not working, but you still need to carry your totals across. Just write zero hours for that month and be sure to check in with your Local for the out-of-work list.