Opportunities in the Construction Industry and Apprenticeship Program
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Opportunities in the Construction Industry and Apprenticeship Program

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    Colin C.
    GB
    Colin C.

    What is the difference between journeyman carpenter and a master carpenter

    Dawn M.
    US
    Dawn M.

    Is anybody having problems advancing form the first screen in "opportunities....."??? It won't let me hit next?.. please help because if this is unsolvable, I can't move on....

    Dawn M.
    US
    Dawn M.

    One more oppurtunity that a career in construction can lead to is Building Inspector!

    Tycho C.
    AU
    Tycho C.

    Slide 03 lists Architect as a level achievable from carpentry... that's not accurate in most countries. To become an architect would usually require significant additional study in a dedicated Architectural course (3 to 5 years). A carpentry background might make you a good architect if you put in the other time but it doesn't lead directly to architecture, especially in countries where the term "Architect" is regulated (Australia, USA etc).

    Ashanti M.
    US
    Ashanti M.

    Good career choice with excellent benefits

    Joel B.
    MX
    Joel B.

    Anyone can advance in carpentry. You just need patience and listen to different ideas.

    Joel B.
    MX
    Joel B.

    Does everyone need the same amount of hours to move forward?

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