Saturday, January 23, 2010

Millwright skills training

Millwrights are responsible for the mechanical maintenance, repair, overhaul, and installation of machinery, so training is varied and extensive. Millwrights normally train for 4 years—through apprenticeship programs that combine on-the-job training with classroom instruction—or through community college coupled with informal on-the-job training. These programs include training in dismantling, moving, erecting, and repairing machinery. Trainees may also work with concrete and receive instruction in related skills, such as carpentry, welding, and sheet-metal work. Classroom instruction is provided in mathematics, blueprint reading, hydraulics, electricity, computers, and electronics
Millwright Ron

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