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Top Apprentice Carpenter Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an apprentice carpenter. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of apprentice carpenter resumes they appeared on. For example, 27.6% of apprentice carpenter resumes contained hand tools as a skill. Let's find out what skills an apprentice carpenter actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. Hand Tools

high Demand

Here's how Hand Tools is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Assemble and fasten materials to make frameworks or props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, or glue.
  • Handled different tools such as power saw, machines, and hand tools to construct doors and windows as per the requirement
  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements using hand tools and wood screws, nails, dowel pins, or glue.
  • Operated miter saw, table saw, hand tools and computer tools to create an overall stunning visual identity for MUSICCITYSF.
  • Installed prefabricated doors, wall, floor panels or siding, using adhesives, hand tools, and power tools.
  • Construct, erect, and repair structures and fixtures of plywood, using carpenter's hand tools and power tools.
  • Preformed duties, responsibilities, and training using power and hand tools as an apprentice within Local 1977 Carpenters Union.
  • Constructed and repaired bathrooms and kitchens using carpenter's hand tools and power tools, while conforming to local building codes
  • Operated a variety of hand tools Assisted in the repair of roofs and flooring and helped remodel bathrooms and kitchens.
  • Cut materials to specified measurements, using machines, or power saws and accurately handled a variety of hand tools.
  • Assisted in the rough framing of homes, labored material for carpentry crew, and operated power hand tools.
  • Operated power saws, nail guns, drills, hammers, and other hand tools related to the trade.
  • Installed prefabricated windows and doors, insulation, ceiling and floor panels/siding using hoists, and power/hand tools.
  • Use skill saw, use hand tools, do demolition, building forms, pour mud, apply safety
  • Finish surfaces of woodwork in houses or buildings, using paint, hand tools, or paneling.
  • Used power tools, hand tools dug holes, moved rock by hand, run a jackhammer.
  • Used table and skill saws, along with various electric and hand tools to complete each job.
  • Provided daily hand tools including hammer, screw gun, nail bag, pliers and extension cords.
  • Operated woodworking machines and hand tools to cut, shape, and form parts for assembly.
  • Frame for concrete forms pour measure for sub walls put up gang forms use of hand tools

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2. General Carpentry

high Demand

Here's how General Carpentry is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • General carpentry, painting, construction and preventative maintenance on various construction and remodeling projects.
  • General carpentry and framing both residential and industrial.
  • Performed general carpentry for remodeling company.
  • Gained extensive on-the-job training and knowledge in framing with metal studs, flooring and general carpentry skills during my employment.
  • Performed and assisted with framing, roofing, drywall, acoustical ceilings, interior installation and various rough carpentry tasks.
  • Assisted and learned proper skills of framing, roofing and various rough carpentry tasks while gaining experience through an apprenticeship.
  • Job Duties: Assist in interior house repair, fence reconstruction, house painting, building shelves, general carpentry
  • Maintained performance in general carpentry and associated duties necessary to build all facilities, structures, equipment and utilities.
  • General Carpentry to include concrete form and foundations, wood and metal framing, drywall and finish carpentry.
  • Performed general carpentry, deck installations, and wood stove installations for customers throughout Montgomery County, PA.
  • Remodeled residential kitchens and baths, including cabinets, tile, fixtures, drywall, and rough carpentry.
  • Learned general carpentry skills such as basic electricity, basic plumbing, and drywall installation & finishing.
  • General carpentry, home and apartment renovating, basic plumbing and electrical, general maintenance duties.
  • Performed and assisted with framing, excavation work as well as various rough carpentry tasks.
  • Performed and assisted with metal and wood framing, roofing and various rough carpentry.
  • Assisted with building, painting, and installing cabinets requiring general carpentry skills.
  • Frame houses; trim work; hang cabinets; general carpentry related duties
  • Applied knowledge of rough carpentry, laminate installations, roofing and siding.
  • General Carpentry - Installed roofing, siding, flooring, widows and counters
  • General carpentry, dry wall, tile work, painting, concrete work

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3. Door Frames

high Demand

Door frames, also known as door sash, are the support frameworks that make a door stand firm.

Here's how Door Frames is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Installed and assisted journeymen with doors, door frames, cabinets, baseboards, crown moldings.
  • Helped in fitting and installing window frames, doors, door frames and hardware.
  • Construct building frameworks, including wall studs, floor joists, and door frames.
  • Lay caulk lines and determined appropriate measurements for windows and door frames.
  • Installed drywall, ceilings, trim, and door frames.
  • Installed finished woodwork, Doors & Door Frames, Cabinets, Countertops, Back Splash, Crown Molding, Baseboards.
  • Metal framing,drywall hanger, door frames, insulator and labor work.
  • learned how to layout a floor with a laser, built walls, truss, door frames and windows.

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4. Reference Points

high Demand

Reference points serve as a guide for an apprentice carpenter when cutting, assembling, or attaching construction materials such as wood and metal. Reference points come in many forms depending on the project one is involved in.

Here's how Reference Points is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Mark reference points on construction materials.
  • Measure distance from reference points and mark guidelines to lay out work, using plumb bobs and levels.
  • Hold plumb bobs, sighting rods, or other equipment to aid in establishing reference points and lines.
  • Assist with slabs and elevated surfaces, Frame wood & Establish reference points/lines.
  • Mark reference points on construction materials.
  • Establish reference points and lines.

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5. Transport Items

high Demand

Here's how Transport Items is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Selected tools, equipment, or materials from storage and transport items to work site.
  • Determine proper tools and equipment needed to transport items to work site.
  • Selected tools, equipment, or materials from storage and transport items to work site.

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6. Safety Rules

high Demand

Principles or regulations that ensure the protection of people, objects, or the environment are called safety rules. These rules can be governing actions, devices, or procedures that help in minimizing the risks of loss, injury, or damage.

Here's how Safety Rules is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Followed established OSHA safety rules and regulations.
  • Planned and implemented alterations to ensure safety.
  • Used power tools, tape measure and basic carpenter tools; followed safety rules and kept work area clean.
  • Maintained work areas and equipment cleaned and ensure safety of work area or job site.
  • Observed and followed all safety rules and procedures, including wearing required safety equipment.
  • Maintained awareness to ensure safety and minimize waste due to error.
  • Realized importance of safety rules and guidelines.
  • Learned Safety Rules and Regulations.
  • Deliver materials to job site Assist carpenters with daily responsibilities Maintain organized job site to ensure safety and efficiency

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7. Door Hardware

high Demand

Here's how Door Hardware is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Perform demolition, painting, install doors, install light poles on sidewalks, and help other employees and/or subcontractors as instructed
  • Worked with Drywall, Metal studs, Door hardware, drop ceilings, all interior and exterior work.
  • Study blueprints and schematic diagrams to determine appropriate methods of installing or repairing door hardware.
  • Install doors and windows to specific instructions of manufacturer.
  • Installed door hardware and window units.
  • Install doors and door jams.
  • Install door hardware, Handicap handrails, Cut wood doors, Build concrete forms and tie rebar.
  • Completed mock-ups to include: Drywall, Wall Framing, Scaffolding,Door Hardware, etc.
  • Job responsibilities included cleaning, tying steel, pouring concrete, door hardware, hangingdoors/windows.
  • Installed many different types of door hardware including panic bars.
  • Installed door frams, commercial steel doors, and door hardware
  • Install doors and windowsCut and install trimDemoHelp lead carpenter
  • Ground work forming foundation Install doors, windows and trimming Assure sub-contractors were in accordance with blue prints
  • measure and cut trim for installation *install doors *install closets

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8. Building Codes

high Demand

A building code is a requirement or standard for construction purposes. These codes will serve as the model and set of rules to obtain and approve before starting a project. The goal of this standard is to ensure the safety and protection of both the clients and workers. it is usually related to structures and buildings.

Here's how Building Codes is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Learned to build staircases for private housing developments that were safe and up to building codes.
  • Gained a strong familiarity with the domestic remodeling construction industry and local building codes.
  • Studied blueprints, building plans and used information to meet appropriate building codes.
  • Learned the tools, equipment, and building codes for construction.
  • Adhered to state and town building codes, and design plans.
  • Work with inspectors to ensure compliance with building codes.
  • Ensured that projects conformed to local building codes.
  • Conformed to local building codes.
  • Learned building codes and specs of drywall and steel framing.
  • Learned building codes and specs.
  • Worked with a team to build custom houses for clients Learned building codes, and laws

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9. Drywall Repair

high Demand

Drywall repair refers to the activity of mending the drywall.

Here's how Drywall Repair is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Familiarized with layout, trim work, and drywall repair/installation- Distributed lumber and materials- Learned various installation techniques of multiple siding products
  • Experienced in drywall installation, wood and metal framing, insulation installation, acoustical ceiling installation and blueprint reading.
  • Concrete form work, drywall installation, roof and wall framing, and some finish work.
  • Assisted in digging and pouring footers, measuring and cutting materials, and drywall installation.
  • Completed home renovations including cabinet, flooring, window, molding, and drywall installations.
  • Installed windows and doors; Drywall installation; and Framing.
  • Assist Carpenter with Drywall installation and other duties assigned.
  • Perform Drywall installation and finish.
  • Light Gauge Framing Drywall Installation Finish Work Trimming Wall Framing Window and Door Installation
  • Tile work Trim Framing Closet Setup/Installation Flooring Drywall Installation

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10. Safe Job Site

high Demand

Here's how Safe Job Site is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Handle the tasks of cleaning work areas and equipment to maintain a clean and safe job site.
  • Clean work areas, machines, or equipment, to maintain a clean and safe job site.
  • Clean work areas, machines, and equipment, to maintain a clean and safe job site.
  • Set up and cleaned work areas in order to maintain a clean and safe job site.
  • Cleaned work areas, machines, or equipment, and maintained a clean and safe job site.
  • Moved materials by sky jack and maintained a safe job site.

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11. Plumb BOB

high Demand

Here's how Plumb BOB is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Use levels, rules, plumb bobs, framing squares, and surveying equipment to ensure everything is level
  • Hold plumb bobs, sighting rods, and other equipment.
  • Verify trueness of structure, using plumb bob and level as well as electronic leveling devices.
  • Use levels, plumb bobs, framing squares, and surveying equipment to ensure everything is level and secure.
  • Hold plumb bobs, sighting rods, or other equipment to aid in establishing reference points and lines.
  • Use levels, rules, plumb bobs, framing squares, and surveying equipment to ensure everything is level and secure.

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12. Construction Projects

high Demand

A construction project is an organized process of constructing, redeveloping, renovating, or otherwise improving a building, or structure. The project phase begins usually as a broad criterion that is then made with the help of a brief, feasibility analysis, funding, and planning. The majority of construction projects are one-time jobs.

Here's how Construction Projects is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Collaborated with carpenters in various carpentry and construction projects.
  • Completed interior & exterior residential & commercial construction projects.
  • Assisted in commercial and residential building construction projects.
  • Assisted master craftsmen on residential construction projects.
  • Performed residential and commercial construction projects.
  • Assisted in major carpentry and construction projects
  • Worked as a carpenter's apprentice on various construction projects in the D.C. Metropolitan area and attended class at the JCAC.
  • Provided quality carpentry and other trade work for residential remodeling, repair and new construction projects from start to finish.
  • Carried out different areas of carpentry work ranging from renovations to new building construction projects.
  • Completed both long-term and short-term construction projects, working effectively with various crews and foremen.
  • Helped in many commercial construction projects, while learning about the carpentry trade.
  • Interacted with clients and sales associates from many diverse backgrounds concerning construction projects.
  • Worked on major and minor construction projects from excavation to finish carpentry.
  • Undertake and assist carpentry and construction projects in austere and remote environments.
  • Assist in the completion of large and small residential construction projects.
  • Worked as part of a crew to build government construction projects.
  • Worked with a skilled team to complete numerous school construction projects.
  • Assisted with Interior and Exterior Remodeling and New Construction Projects.
  • Carpenter Apprentice Oversaw construction projects on a limited basis.
  • Worked on construction projects including concrete and framing construction.

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13. Sheetrock

high Demand

Here's how Sheetrock is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Performed sheetrock installation for multiple residential and commercial installations.
  • General duties included sheetrock installation and painting.
  • Installed wood blocking in metal framing, hollow metal doors, hardware, patched sheetrock and miscellaneous work inside and outside.
  • Job history includes experience with foundations, framing, sheetrock, electrical, plumbing, roofing, and finish carpentry.
  • Constructed concrete forms, erected scaffolding, installed insulations and put on moisture barrier, framed walls and fastened Sheetrock.
  • Performed and supervised various tasks including plumbing, sheetrock, electrical, tile, wood flooring and framing.
  • Framed walls (wood and metal stud), Hung drywall, Finished sheetrock, Wallpaper, painting.
  • Install roofing systems, hang sheetrock, install fixtures and hardware, cabinets, finish carpentry work.
  • Hang sheetrock, metal stud work, hang doors, fire caulking scaffold etc.
  • Gained extensive experience hanging sheetrock, dense glass, and framing with metal.
  • Performed rough and finish carpentry, sheetrock hanging and concrete work.
  • Frame walls and floors, install sheetrock and various other tasks.
  • Hang sheetrock, cut trim, hung doors and windows, painted
  • Performed tasks such as framing, insulating and finishing sheetrock.
  • Install Retrofit windows, Framing, and sheetrock installation.
  • Light carpentry and plumbing Hanging and taping sheetrock.
  • Hang dense glass and sheetrock.
  • Build fences, Set doors, Demolition, sheetrock, Lay floors, cut trim, Paint, and build cabinets.
  • Performed layout for residential apartment project using architectural drawings Installed framing and sheetrock partitions
  • Helped contractors get equipment and materials, removing and hanging insulation and sheetrock, painting, removing and laying tile, reframing

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14. Tape Measure

high Demand

A tape measure is a thin, flexible strip of plastic or metal that can be rolled up when it is not being used. The tape measure has numbers marked on it linearly which is used for measuring length.

Here's how Tape Measure is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Measured and marked location of studs, headers, and receptacle openings, using tape measure, template, and marker.
  • Operated tools ranging from drills, caulking guns, tape measure to chop saws, table saws, skill saws.
  • Measured and marked location of studs, using a stud finder, tape measure, and marker.
  • Read tape measurement different Melt Framing Wood framing Scaffold building Aerial lift Practice Safety Concrete form building
  • Measured and marked cutting lines on drywall, using square, tape measure and marking devices.
  • Build bulk-heads, vibrate concrete, and pull accurate measurements using tape measure.
  • Know how to use a tape measure.
  • Selected precut studs, measured top and bottom leaders with tape measure and marked studs and leader locations.
  • Learned to use and read properly the tape measure and cut angles to its precise measurements.

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15. Nail Guns

average Demand

A nail gun is a tool used in driving nails into wood. It has become a choice for many builders replacing hammers.

Here's how Nail Guns is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Operate equipment: backhoes, hammer, nail guns, skill-saws, chop saws, router and deal with customers.
  • Operated various forklifts, wood/metals saws, nail guns, and basic carpenter tools while on the job
  • Use of various framing tools, compressors and nail guns, concrete tools and concrete saws.
  • Assorted elements and tools of carpentry used: jigs, table saws, nail guns.
  • Used various power and pneumatic tools (skill saws, nail guns etc.)
  • Maintain nail guns, air hoses, generators, and air tanks.
  • Use equipment such as nail guns to set doors and baseboards.
  • Used nail guns and power drills while installing new lumber.
  • Operated electric cordless drills and nail guns.
  • Nail guns, air tools, ECT.
  • Used various power tools saws,drills and nail guns.

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16. Demo

average Demand

Flooring demolition needs a particular set of skills and tools to be done properly, like any other big home improvement project. It involves the demolition and removal of the flooring surface, such as tile, wood, carpet, or laminate. And then, removing of thinset or mortar under the floor. Crushing the concrete subfloor to make it stable and sturdy. And finally, cleaning up all trash and dirt generated during the process.

Here's how Demo is used in Apprentice Carpenter jobs:
  • Showed up to various job sites to demo kitchen and bathrooms to prepare rooms for new installations.
  • Helped with multiple side jobs and bathroom renovations, from demo to finish.
  • Cut concrete walls for demo and or plumbing pipes to be inserted.
  • Frame, Demo, Trenching, Foundation, Rough Carpentry, Finish Carpentry
  • Assess damage to homes, demo, make repairs
  • Cut and assembled cabinetry Demo and building of feature components
  • Job duties include demo of existing deck,pouring concrete for deck footings, deck framing and decking.
  • spread materials, survey flooring, demo existing flooring, install sub floor, install wood flooring.
  • Help carpenter with various projects including demo, trim, flooring etc..
  • general labor including demo and clean up.
  • Assembled and installed cabinets, shelves, doors, etc.Picked up and delivered material.Minor painting and demo work.
  • Paint interior and exterior Install hardwood flooring Hang drywall Demo Kitchen, bathroom update Residential framing Finish carpentry

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20 Most Common Skill For An Apprentice Carpenter

Hand Tools27.6%
General Carpentry12.7%
Door Frames12.4%
Reference Points10.4%
Transport Items5.6%
Safety Rules4.8%
Door Hardware3.6%
Building Codes3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Apprentice Carpenter

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
27.6%
27.6%
2
2
General Carpentry
General Carpentry
12.7%
12.7%
3
3
Door Frames
Door Frames
12.4%
12.4%
4
4
Reference Points
Reference Points
10.4%
10.4%
5
5
Transport Items
Transport Items
5.6%
5.6%
6
6
Safety Rules
Safety Rules
4.8%
4.8%
7
7
Door Hardware
Door Hardware
3.6%
3.6%
8
8
Building Codes
Building Codes
3.3%
3.3%
9
9
Drywall Repair
Drywall Repair
2.2%
2.2%
10
10
Safe Job Site
Safe Job Site
2.1%
2.1%
11
11
Plumb BOB
Plumb BOB
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Construction Projects
Construction Projects
1.5%
1.5%
13
13
Sheetrock
Sheetrock
1.3%
1.3%
14
14
Tape Measure
Tape Measure
1%
1%
15
15
Nail Guns
Nail Guns
0.9%
0.9%
16
16
Demo
Demo
0.7%
0.7%
17
17
Custom Cabinets
Custom Cabinets
0.6%
0.6%
18
18
Window Installation
Window Installation
0.6%
0.6%
19
19
Building Plans
Building Plans
0.6%
0.6%
20
20
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.5%
0.5%
21
21
Defective Parts
Defective Parts
0.5%
0.5%
22
22
Boom Lifts
Boom Lifts
0.4%
0.4%
23
23
Hardware
Hardware
0.4%
0.4%
24
24
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
0.4%
0.4%
25
25
Manual Labor
Manual Labor
0.4%
0.4%
26
26
General Construction
General Construction
0.3%
0.3%
27
27
Hvac
Hvac
0.3%
0.3%
28
28
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
0.3%
0.3%
29
29
Repair Cabinets
Repair Cabinets
0.3%
0.3%
30
30
Ground Level
Ground Level
0.2%
0.2%
31
31
Project Layout
Project Layout
0.2%
0.2%
32
32
Fasten Materials
Fasten Materials
0.2%
0.2%
33
33
Residential Homes
Residential Homes
0.2%
0.2%
34
34
Different Types
Different Types
0.2%
0.2%
35
35
Proper Tools
Proper Tools
0.2%
0.2%
36
36
Building Materials
Building Materials
0.1%
0.1%
37
37
Formwork
Formwork
0.1%
0.1%
38
38
Construction Layout
Construction Layout
0.1%
0.1%
39
39
Kitchen Cabinets
Kitchen Cabinets
0.1%
0.1%
40
40
Stud
Stud
0.1%
0.1%
41
41
Job Training
Job Training
0.1%
0.1%
42
42
Hardwood Floors
Hardwood Floors
0.1%
0.1%
43
43
Wooden Fixtures
Wooden Fixtures
0.1%
0.1%
44
44
Heavy Machinery
Heavy Machinery
0.1%
0.1%
45
45
Dowel Pins
Dowel Pins
0.1%
0.1%
46
46
Counter Tops
Counter Tops
0%
0%
47
47
New Homes
New Homes
0%
0%
48
48
Custom Homes
Custom Homes
0%
0%

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