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It takes one year or less to become a construction worker. That is the time it takes to learn specific construction worker skills, but does not account for time spent in formal education.
There are certain skills that you need to obtain in order to become a successful construction worker. Some of the most common skills are listed below. Along with each skill, we provide an actual example of how someone included the skill on their resume:
Safety Rules -- Utilized thorough knowledge of the trade to perform various duties including working with hazardous materials in accordance to safety rules.
Heavy Equipment -- Operated heavy equipment including bulldozer and front end loader responsible for demolishing vacant building and clearing lots
Manual Labor -- General laborer and carpenter helper in a petroleum refinery.
Sheetrock -- Experience in Framing, Sheetrock, Painting, Trim Work, Ceramic Tile, Demo, job site cleanup.
Tape Measure -- Use of measuring instruments (tape measures, square, straightedge, optical laser measuring devices, etc.)
The OSHA Safety Certificate certification is most common among Construction Workers. This certification is awarded by the Delaware Technical Community College. To become a certified Construction Worker with OSHA Safety Certificate , You don't need to pass the exam. This certificate requires more than two years of work experience. No renewal for certification, if you earn it once it is valid all time.