On-the-Job Training Program
Created by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), the primary purpose of the On-the-Job-Training (OJT) Program is to offer equal opportunity for the training and upgrading of minorities, women and disadvantaged persons toward journey-level status in the highway construction trades. This effort will broaden the labor pool with skilled individuals. The OJT Program has been developed in accordance with 23 CFR 230, Appendix B to subpart A.
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OJT Program - Resources, Forms and Documents
- 2020 OJT Program Participating Contractors
- 0125 Trainee Monthly Report
- OJT Program Manual
- 0181 Contractor Yearly Training Plan
- OJT Special Provision
- 0190 Request for On-the-Job Trainee Approval
- Code of Federal Regulations: 23 CFR Part 230
- 0343 Contractor Allocation Waiver Request
- Employment Resource Directory
- Sigma Payee System
Voluntary Incentive Program
As an extension of MDOT’s current OJT Program, MDOT’s Voluntary Incentive Program (VIP) Pilot will offer equal opportunity for the training and upgrading of minorities, women, and disadvantaged persons toward journey-level status in the highway construction trades in accordance with 23 CFR 230, Appendix B to Subpart A.
The pilot is voluntary and available to all MDOT prequalified contractors. Review the VIP Pilot Manual for pilot requirements.
- A contractor who does not have OJT assignments and meets the eligibility requirements of the pilot can choose to participate by submitting the Contractor Yearly Training Plan (MDOT Form 0181). Follow the instructions attached to the form.
- MDOT OJT Contractors can choose not to participate in the pilot by checking the OPT OUT check box on the Contractor Yearly Training Plan. Follow the instructions attached to the form.