Skilled Trades

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In Canada and the U.S., you'll find more than 200 hundred trades that are specified. Some skilled-trades are formally identified and accredited, meaning before they're in a position to market their solutions experienced trade specialists should complete instruction and obtain a certification. Other skilled trades are voluntary, meaning their occupation doesn't need a certificate.

Generally, all these skilled trades fall under 4 main categories:

Construction refers to the process of construction, maintenance, and safe demolition of buildings and building systems. Trained professionals in construction include, but are certainly not limited to: electricians, carpenters, plumbers, welders, paints, heavy equipment operators, and crane operators etc.

 

Transportation refers to the process of goods, equipment and raw materials (including animals). Skilled trades professionals include operators (train, truck, boat), automotive service technicians, air traffic control, fuel/electrical systems technicians, and ship crew members.

 

Manufacturing refers to the production of goods and merchandise for use or sale using labour and machines, tools, chemical and biological processing, or formulation. Skilled professionals include millwrights, tool and die makers, and precision metal fabricators.

 

Services refer to professionals who work directly with the public, and fundamentally offer their services to individual customers. Service tradespeople include hairstylists, jewellers, locksmiths, butchers, and horticulturists.

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