As a CoTrain Apprentice you will be expected to conduct yourself in a professional manner at all times. You are representing CoTrain as well as making connections which could help you to get a job later on.
We expect you to:
This is your chance to show us what you are capable of. The bottom line is, if you carry out your duties in the following way:
and follow the guidelines above, your apprenticeship will start you on the path to a fantastic and rewarding career!
Remember, when you are at college during your placement you are representing CoTrain and also your Host contractor.
Just like at college and on site, we expect you to remain professional when using the CoTrain Facebook page and to be respectful on other forms of social media.
CoTrain has a zero-tolerance policy to Cyber Bullying of other apprentices and outside users. If you are found to have been a part of Cyber Bullying or any other online misconduct. you will risk your continued apprenticeship with CoTrain.
Health and Safety on construction sites needs to be a priority at all times. Dangers can be presented by many areas including tools, machinery, handling techniques and other causes. Onsite Health and Safety is vital to prevent injury or even death.
By having process and controls in place on site, it creates a safer, more secure working environment for you and those around you.
This checklist is intended for an apprentice to have a better understanding of Health and Safety onsite.