The search string is a total
of nine letters and numbers (no
characters ', - , etc): the first four
letters of the last name (use spaces to make four letters
if the last name is shorter than four letters),
letter of the first name and the last four digits of the social security
Letters can be entered
as lower or upper case.
Uncle Sam ssn 123-45-6789 would be entered as Sam U6789
Goddess Minerva ssn 123-45-5555 would be entered as MineG5555
Richard Al-Ham ssn 111-44-1111 would be entered as AlhaR1111
Robert O'Brian ssn 111-22-3333 would be entered as OBriR3333
James McHenry ssn 555-66-1234 might be entered as McHeJ1234 or Mc HJ1234
If you cannot find the individual you are looking for, complete the
certifications you have and see the notes below.
If a search string that
was entered does not match with any apprentices in the Division of
Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) database,
this could be due to any of the following:
Not a registered apprentice.
The submitted search string does not match
to DAS records (either the database has the wrong search criteria or
you have the wrong
The apprentice agreement has not been submitted
to DAS or has not been entered into the database (agreements must be
within 30 days of the date that the apprentice signed the agreement).