Wisconsin Administrative Code
Department of Administration-Division of Personnel Management
Chapter ER 44 - Employee Development And Training
Section ER 44.05 - In-service training internship program

Universal Citation: WI Admin Code ยง ER 44.05

Current through February 26, 2024

(1) PURPOSE. In order to implement the state's commitment to a responsible, highly qualified staff, a training internship program for positions shall be established by the administrator to give training in public service administration, to improve opportunities for career progression, or to meet agencies' affirmative action goals.

(2) ESTABLISHMENT.

(a) In-service training internships may be established by agencies for a period not to exceed 3 years under the direct supervision of an experienced employee in a managerial position.

(b) Each training internship shall be approved by the administrator.

(c) A comprehensive training plan shall be developed for each training internship. The plan shall include provisions for:
1. Establishing development objectives against which the intern will be evaluated by the supervisor at least every 6 months during the internship; and

2. Ensuring that there is a managerial employee responsible for overseeing the intern's progress during the training internship.

(3) REPORTING. Agencies shall provide progress and status reports on each internship as required by the administrator.

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