Any apprentices who register with a company can count all the related technical instruction they received prior to registering as an apprentice.
This means if any employer has had an employee participate in ETP training, that would count. This means if the employee participated in any sort of training relating to the occupation (i.e. OSHA training, technical training, safety training, leadership classes, etc.), that would all count towards the apprenticeship completion. An apprentice only needs to complete 144 hours (minimum) in the apprentice, so if the apprentice has 144 hours of prior learning and are in an apprenticeship, then they have completed all the RTI hours even before they started the apprenticeship!