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OJT Plan Options

There are four options for Contractor OJT Plans:

  • CDOT’s pre-approved classifications utilization program (PAC-UP);
  • A registered U.S. Department of Labor training or apprenticeship program;
  • Approved programs through other groups like Colorado Contractors Association (CCA), Western Colorado Contractors Association (WCCA), and/or workforce centers;
  • CDOT- and FHWA-approved plans specific to the Prime Contractor.

Once a Contractor has identified enrollees and has an approved plan and , they submit CDOT Form 1337 - OJT Contractor Commitment to Meet OJT Requirements at the pre-construction meeting or as soon as possible thereafter to the CDOT Project Engineer. Additional pre-approved training programs and/or additional approved trainees may be used at any point throughout the project. The plan option(s) that the Contractor chooses are effective for the duration of the project.

Contact the CRBRC

Civil Rights & Business Resource Center
2829 W. Howard Pl.
Denver, CO 80204
P 303-757-9234  /800-925-3427
F 303-952-7088



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