If you’re pursuing a career in the Skilled Trades, an apprenticeship will supplement your certification training. Find out everything about on-the-job training, including how to find a journeyperson to work with.
The technical skills learned through a trades job can be incredibly rewarding. Here’s a handy guide for how to start your career!
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Finding a supportive employer who’s willing to sponsor you is often the hardest part of becoming a skilled tradesperson.
An apprenticeship offers a less expensive alternative to a college degree while allowing students to pursue a lucrative career path.
If you’re considering a career in the skilled trades but aren’t quite ready to dive headfirst into an apprenticeship, consider trying a pre-apprenticeship program first.
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The number of women in apprenticeships in construction, automotive and industry trades is typically less than 3%.
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