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Craft Tour Poster #1 - Sheet Metal, Millwright & Welder

Craft Tour Poster #1 - Sheet Metal, Millwright & Welder

Regular price $35.00 USD
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The craft professional posters highlight three craft areas per poster. This poster features the sheet metal worker, millwright and welder.


This poster is 17”x 44” and sold individually. Allow four to six weeks for delivery because this item is printed on demand. Please note that due to this item being print on demand, it can not be returned or exchanged.


Poster Content

SHEET-METAL WORKER

WAGES: $23.65 Hourly / $49,189 Annual*

Are you a visual person? Do you enjoy math, mechanics and fitting puzzles together? Sheet metal workers cut and mold sheets of metal into products for installing and repairing ventilation and air ducts. They also construct aluminum siding, metal roofing and gutters. Most sheet metal fabrication shops are completely computerized, so sheet metal workers may be responsible for programming control systems on various pieces of equipment.


Education: Four to five years classroom and on-the-job training.


Qualifications: Good hand-eye coordination, physical dexterity, mechanical and mathematical aptitude.


MILLWRIGHT

WAGES: $30.80 Hourly / $64,062 Annual*

Do you take things apart and put them back together just to see how they work? Do you always have the right tool for the job? Maybe becoming a millwright is the right path for you. Millwrights work on construction sites and in factories assembling and disassembling machinery. This work can involve intricate technical repairs and heavy machining tools, depending on the project. Millwrights have to be able to understand technical manuals for many different types of machines as well as have a high level of problem solving skills.


Education: Three to four years of classroom and on-the-job training.


Qualifications: Physical fitness (especially upper body strength), manual dexterity, as well as critical thinking and troubleshooting skills.


WELDER

WAGES: $33.91 Hourly / $70,535 Annual*

Do you love playing with a little bit of fire? Welders join objects together by applying heat or pressure. Skilled welders have a thorough knowledge of welding principals and metals. They use blueprints and drawings to build anything from ships to cars to bridges. Welders are also crucial in maintaining power plants of all types and have the opportunity to travel throughout the year.


Education: Three to four years of classroom and on-the-job training.


Qualifications: Some welding positions require general certifications, or certifications in specific skills such as inspection or robotic welding. The American Welding Society certification is widely used throughout the United States.

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