Strategic Plan 2020
(Academic Years of 2017-2018, 2018-2019, & 2019-2020)
Strategic Plan Development
The Directors, Lead Instructors, and Board of Trustees will participate in strategic planning for the apprenticeship program. All plans should be created to support or advance the institution’s vision and mission statements. The process includes developing one to three-year measurable objectives or goals, creating specific strategies to achieve each goal, designating the funding needed to achieve each goal, developing strategies to evaluate progress made toward each goal, and assessing its status, completion, and success.
Most of the goals are structured by school years and will be formally reviewed at the completion of each year. However, goals will be monitored throughout each year by a designee of the institution. A status report of this strategic plan will be provided to the Board of Trustees at one of the summer regularly scheduled Trustee Meetings.
Institutional goals may be modified, deleted, or permitted additional time to complete as needed but the reason(s) for changes should be documented in the review process. At the annual review of the institutional goals, each institutional goal will be reviewed and a up to date status will be provided. The goal status will be identified as one of the following: Task Complete, Not Complete/Revised, In Progress, or Suspended.
To be recognized throughout the state, region, and country as the leading accredited UA apprenticeship program producing highly trained apprentices and having thriving community partnerships.
The Mission of the Mechanical Trades Institute Joint Apprenticeship and Training Trust is to instruct our apprentices to a level of excellence that maximizes their employability in all industries of our jurisdiction and ensures that they will meet or exceed the level of professionalism required to carry on our proud heritage of the Plumbing, Pipefitting, and HVACR trades. We are also committed to making training opportunities available to equip our journeymen with the skills necessary to stay competitive in our technologically changing world. By facilitating these training needs and requirements we are enhancing the employment opportunities of our apprentices while remaining fiscally responsible to the beneficiaries of the training funds.
The Mechanical Trades Institute Joint Apprenticeship and Training Trust does not discriminate because of race, creed, religion, color, national or ethnic origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, military or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or citizenship in any of its activities or programs. These activities include, but are not limited to, recruitment, selection, placement, pay and benefits, hours of work, job assignments, personnel actions and the administration of its educational policies and programs.
- January 21, 2018 – Plan created.
- May 30, 2018 - Objectives & Outcomes reviewed and updated.
- June 28, 2018 - Reviewed by Board of Trustees| Accepted as information.