APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES: This agreement establishes mechanisms to target SDUSD students and graduates, veterans and under-represented groups (such as women and minorities) for apprenticeship and pre-apprenticeship programs that enable careers in construction trades. As part of this agreement, the SDUSD will use union apprenticeship (common labour management) programs that already carry out 92% of all apprentices recognized by the state in California, including 95% of women and 92% of minorities. Other agreements, such as mou`s on Lesson plans and reports of the teacher back (preparation days), among others recent letters with SDUSD and other useful documents, please visit the MOUs and other parts of agreements. Below is the full text of the new SDEA 2017- 2020 collective agreement and the agreements reached in 2019. HEALTH: Under this agreement, workers will benefit from quality and quality health care. Small businesses: The agreement provides for the promotion and support of local small businesses so that they can participate in the project`s work. Note: The SDUSD calls these union agreements Project Stabilization Agreements (PSAs) instead of Project Labor Agreements (PLA). There are a number of alternative names used to describe trade union agreements that are essentially work AGREEMENTs, such as Community labour agreements, site stability agreements, etc., but they will continue to be called PLAS in this article. LOCAL HIRING: The agreement gives residents a preference for construction jobs created by Proposition S. The agreement sets goals that: Scott Crosby, CEO of the Associated Builders and Contractors, San Diego Chapter, noted that “the district has also spent several hundred thousand dollars to manage the PSA. These include additional staff to manage the numerous complaints and legal disputes concerning purely PSA projects, to pay consultants for seminars to explain the complexity of psa`s availability in the sector, and to commercialize tendering opportunities for contractors located in southwest areas. These costs were borne by the fact that local contractors showed little interest in tendering for EPI projects. SDUSD`s main communication tool is its Outreach Business database.

It is used to provide information and information on construction possibilities. To access the database, click here, fill out the form and email it to Alma: abanuelos@sandi.net.