The training must be provided to all individuals connected with the administration and operation of the program, including the following:
- Apprentice supervisors
- Foremen and women
- Other employees who regularly work with apprentices, including management and administrative personnel
In multi-employer programs and other situations where the sponsor and employer are different entities, it is expected that the sponsor will coordinate with the participating employers to ensure that employees who regularly work with apprentices will receive anti-harassment training. Such employees may include forepersons and supervisors who establish the accepted practices on the job site, or journeyworkers who train and mentor apprentices on the job. Historically, such coordination has been accomplished by written agreements entered into between the sponsor and employer that, among other things, set forth reasonable Equal Employment Opportunity procedures, and the Office of Apprenticeship expects such types of coordination to continue.