Sunday, January 10, 2010
Modern millwrights work with their brains as well as with their hands, millwrights must be able to read blueprints, assemble machinery, solve mechanical problems and possess a good technical education in order to be of use in their vocation.
Technical development and industrial diversification has increased and compounded the educational skills needed for modern millwrights. Today this trade is taught through five years of classroom and on the job apprenticeship training.
Millwrights are always updating and improving their Skills