Top Apprentice Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Apprentice. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Apprentice resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.9% of Apprentice resumes contained Safety Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Apprentice actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Apprentice resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Mentored multiple electricians; advised on proper safety procedures and methods for maximizing productivity, efficiency, and quality.
  • Ensured strict adherence to applicable environmental, quality control and safety procedures.
  • Open and close business effectively and efficiently to ensure safety procedures.
  • Conducted safety procedures and was assigned high load bearings capacity equipment.
  • Performed daily inspections before operating standard safety procedures, i.e.
  • Adhered to safety procedures and company safety policies.
  • Ensured safety procedures were correctly followed and prevented.
  • Used safety equipment and followed safety procedures.
  • Followed safety procedures with equipment and chemicals.
  • Practiced safety procedures while handling equipment.
  • Maintain quality operating & safety procedures.
  • Followed safety procedures, according to confined space, hoisting, rigging; lock, block, and tag out specifications.
  • Adhered to strict maintenance standards, technical data usage, tool control, hazardous waste disposal and safety procedures.
  • Observed, practiced, and enforced safety procedures as well as operational risk management within the duty section.
  • Learned the concept of quality workmanship and the importance of following direction and safety procedures.
  • Develop safety procedures aligned with Food & Drug Administration to assure excellent health compliance.
  • Ensured all safety procedures were being followed on our job site throughout the day.
  • Collaborate on a team to ensure best practices and safety procedures are met.
  • Utilized fall protection safety procedures while on ladders, scaffolds and ManLifts.
  • Concern and attention was always given to and safety procedures and policies.

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2. Apprenticeship

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Here's how Apprenticeship is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Meet satisfactorily educational and on-the-job training requirements stated in the 4 year North Carolina State Apprenticeship certification program.
  • Evidence-based outcomes: The impact of utilizing a front-end assessment process in a post-secondary apprenticeship program.
  • Started apprenticeship in a standard tool room learning basic manufacturing techniques and use of standard tooling equipment
  • Completed series of exams and gained acceptance into apprenticeship program for Lathing Acoustical Drywall system.
  • Created projects collaboratively and presented it verbally and visually to peers and apprenticeship mentors.
  • Apprentice Recommended in 1994 for formal apprenticeship program under a professional maintenance manager.
  • Gained apprenticeship to focus on completion of education and certifications in IT industry.
  • Served apprenticeship to complete requirements to become licensed funeral director and embalmer.
  • Completed rigorous apprenticeship on all gluing equipment to become Certified Operator.
  • Trained new employees in Apprenticeship program to perform particular labor requirements.
  • Performed complex office management and administrative support for the Apprenticeship Coordinator.
  • Achieved Registered Apprenticeship to the President of the Professional Handlers Association.
  • Aided in further development of RoleModel Software's Apprenticeship program.
  • Completed my apprenticeship here at precision manufacturing of San Antonio.
  • Completed apprenticeship painting acrylic artwork and assisting in design projects
  • Obtained top secret clearance while participating in apprenticeship program.
  • Maintain excellent scores while attending apprenticeship school in Indianapolis.
  • Review records for accuracy compared to documented apprenticeship program.
  • Offered an apprenticeship after demonstrating advanced skills in jewelry.
  • Worked under journeyman toolmaker while finishing my apprenticeship.

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3. Job Site

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Here's how Job Site is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Gained CFC Certification Honed duct fabrication skills Excelled in retro-fitting through sheet metal experience Delivered materials to job sites throughout Cleveland
  • Provide assistance to journeyman electrician on residential and commercial job sites.
  • Prepare bids for job site estimates/Coordinated the workload
  • Delivered fabricated materials to multiple job sites.
  • Maintained job site organization and safety.
  • Coordinated with vendors/sub-contractors for materials and supplies for high demand job sites from job site ''''trailers to concrete patching material.
  • Experience on job sites, working with customers, educated on how to effectively repair / construct vital building components.
  • Check inventory of current material and tools, kept track of all tools needed and used at each job site.
  • Unload and carry boxes up to 50 lbs of material to and from job sites, along with tools.
  • Assist the general electrician at the job site, which consists of demo, roughing and finalizing the project.
  • Assisted the Field Manager by leading the team of workers to the job sites and allocating duties and tasks.
  • Helped with everything from carrying materials to cleaning up the job site & learning to install carpets & tiles
  • Job duties consisted of parts runner, duct installation, light electrical work, and job site clean-up.
  • Fabricate and install metal framing for commercial buildings; Material organization; Responsible for cleanliness at various job sites
  • General lobar; unloading and reloading materials, clean up job site and the end of the day.
  • Job Sites include: Sears Tower, Soldier Field, Diamond Exchange, John Hancock, Chicago Mercantile Exchange
  • Shadowed contractors Facilitate clearing of job site after project completion Training new workers in specific on job skills
  • Excavated designated job sites on a daily and contract basis for proper installations of in-ground gate valves.
  • Prepped the job site by getting all materials to the best possible positions for easy access.
  • Performed labor tasks such as excavating, soldering, and proper layout of job site materials.

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4. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Cut and break bricks and concrete using hammers, powered abrasive saws, paving breakers, drills, and hand tools.
  • Job duties included installation of solar panels, operating small hand tools such as drills and band-saws, working in crews.
  • Used a variety of tools or equipment such as measuring devices, power tools, hand tools, and testing equipment.
  • Fitted or assisted in fitting valves, couplings or assemblies to tanks, pumps or systems, using hand tools.
  • Position, align, fit, and weld together parts, using jigs, welding torch, and hand tools.
  • Selected, used, and cared for special tools, hand tools, and test equipment worth over 13,000 dollars.
  • Assisted in the preparation of tiles by cutting and reshaping them through the use of various power and hand tools.
  • Used built-in test functions, support equipment, electronic measuring equipment, aerospace ground equipment AGE, and hand tools.
  • Worked with a wide range of hand tools and power tools to help build, remodel and repair custom homes.
  • Use hand tools, power tools, heavy construction equipment such as jack hammers and backhoes and hydro jets.
  • Assembled and fastened materials to make props, using hand tools and wood screws, nails, or glue.
  • Operate woodworking machines and the use of hand tools to cute, shape, and form parts and components.
  • Skilled in the use of power and hand tools to perform advanced composite and sheet metal fabrication techniques.
  • Greased, oiled and performed minor repairs on tractor, using grease gun, oilcans and hand tools.
  • File, grind, sand, and smooth filled or repaired surfaces, using power and hand tools.
  • Used knowledge and skill with various power tools and hand tools for completing the duties mentioned above i.e.
  • Apply and smooth mortar or mixture over work surface and remove excess using trowel and hand tools.
  • Used circuit testers, oscilloscopes, voltmeters, hand tools, power tools, and soldering irons.
  • Inspect switch-controlling mechanisms on trolley wires and in track beds, using hand tools and test equipment.
  • Performed fire line construction with hand tools, leaf blowers and chainsaws in adverse terrain and conditions.

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5. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Provided HVAC contractor assistance by conducting repairs and maintenance of commercial and residential refrigeration and air conditioning equipment.
  • Assisted with basic HVAC equipment maintenance including, changing filters, check drain line, change capacitors, checked circuit breaker/disconnect.
  • Served as an apprentice learning the skills of the trade in pipe threading, installation and repair work related to HVAC.
  • Installed HVAC Systems in all buildings such as Paper Mills, Power Plants, High Rises, Hospitals and Schools.
  • Service and install HVAC systems, repairing or replacing parts as necessary, while learning basics of the plumbing trade.
  • Learned about the HVAC trade by learning how to diagnose as well as repair or replace the units as needed.
  • Installed duct work; assisted journeyman with installations; installed duct work, flanges and other installation work related to HVAC
  • Operated and maintained HVAC equipment, package units, data systems units, centrifugal chillers, and diesel generators.
  • Assist HVAC journeyman with layout and installation/removal of HVAC duct-work and piping in the industrial and commercial settings.
  • Learned the trade of HVAC hands on experience * Classes at All Temp Heating and Air Conditioning for HVAC
  • Received many hours of hands on experience and became interested in pursuing a career as an HVAC Technician.
  • Revamped HVAC unit at Child Development Center averting closure, while improving quality of life for 189 children.
  • Worked in various capacities depending on skills required - Automotive Paint & Body Repair, Landscaping, HVAC Maintenance
  • Trained to understand the sequence of operation in all types of commercial HVAC equipment and building controls.
  • Worked in the field and assisted with the installation, repair and maintenance of commercial HVAC systems.
  • Estimated materials needed for bids, Gained knowledge of trades; HVAC, plumbing, electrical work.
  • Assessed tools used by journeyman and assisted with installation and repairing HVAC duct residential and commercial environments.
  • Assisted with service, maintenance, and installation, of residential and light commercial HVAC/R equipment.
  • Service, installation and preventive maintenance of various types of residential and commercial of HVAC systems
  • Diagnose breakdowns and repair malfunctioning HVAC systems and components; utilize measuring and testing instruments.

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6. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Performed diagnoses and repairs on automotive electrical systems with procedural assistance from the automotive information software OnDemand.
  • Devised and outlined maintenance procedures for electrical systems/ equipment to ensure maximum service life and utilization.
  • Install new electrical systems as well as troubleshoot existing electrical systems in a residential environment.
  • Installed commercial and industrial electrical systems including military facilities, hotels, malls and hospitals.
  • Installed, troubleshooted, and repaired commercial and residential electrical systems.
  • Assist the journeyman electrician in all aspects of residential electrical systems
  • Assisted with installation of solar panel electrical systems.
  • Installed electrical systems on single and multifamily dwelling.
  • Installed electrical Systems on commercial and industrial buildings
  • Installed and repaired commercial building electrical systems.
  • Installed, repaired and maintained electrical systems
  • Assist with repairing commercial electrical systems.
  • Read blueprints of newly erected building Perform duties related to the installation, maintenance and repair of electrical systems and equipment.
  • Repaired, maintained and troubleshoot electrical systems and equipment such as lighting fixtures, bus ducts, and circuit breakers.
  • Assist in the testing of electrical systems by testing wiring, inspecting existing systems for defects and areas of improvement.
  • Install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair air conditioning and heating systems, refrigeration systems, and electrical systems.
  • Service and repair work to electrical systems and components including the fitting of Spotlights and replacing entire harnesses and controllers.
  • Repaired and maintained plant electrical systems, including but not limited to motors, relays, solenoids and plant lighting.
  • Developed well rounded knowledge in electrical systems cabling, circuitry and wiring through various projects for public utility companies.
  • Inspected electrical systems, equipment, and components to identify hazards, defects and the need for repair.

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7. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Preformed electrical related wiring and installations for commercial and industrial projects, including new construction, remodels and retrofitting.
  • Performed electrical-related wiring and installation for commercial and residential construction projects, including new construction, retrofits and remodels.
  • Performed service on old existing equipment and new construction installations.
  • Provided new construction with electrical installation at Presbyterian Hospital.
  • Installed heating and electrical components / new construction
  • Assisted plumbers in new construction residential plumbing
  • Mass Appraisal System *Utilizes GIS to locate specific properties *Prepare and maintain data and every parcel assessed *Inspect new construction *AutoCad
  • Drafted plans of new construction, including but not limited to: dormers, kitchens, bathrooms, and decks.
  • Labor / apprentice Do most heavy lifting SolderingNew construction Gas lines Heat and hot water in PecsAs well as copper.
  • Completed all three phases of plumbing for new construction homes (roughing, top outs, and trims).
  • Set temporary power poles, build electrical services for existing homes as well as new construction housing.
  • Started in new construction, then worked my way in to the service department of the company.
  • Served as apprentice for new construction and renovation which included hands on experience with job layouts.
  • Service and repair on new construction and finished construction in residential, commercial and industrial sites.
  • Worked mainly in the Service Department, servicing electrical equipment in existing buildings and new construction.
  • Installed breaker panels and meters and installed post wire new construction homes Obtained one year apprentice card
  • Assisted foreman and crew in demolition, roofing, siding, new construction & remodeling projects.
  • Assisted in complete restorations of homes, new construction wiring, and old work renovations.
  • Worked as a team member installing new roofs and new construction and vinyl replacement windows.
  • Worked on all types of plumbing projects including commercial, industrial, and new construction.

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8. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Provided customer service, informed customers regarding weekly specials, and provided recommendations regarding the proper preparation of specific meat cuts.
  • Ensured on-time delivery and professional installation Excellent customer service Displayed ability to effectively learn new skills at a rapid pace
  • Provide exceptional customer service to each passenger by actively listening to their concerns and giving appropriate feedback.
  • Gained additional customer service experience as expressed by positive feedback from patrons both during and after employment
  • Implemented new organization and updated policies that improved efficiency, profitability, and customer service.
  • Provided outstanding customer service while performing pest control for residential, apartments and commercial accounts.
  • Provided customer service to assist in operation, restoration, and configuration of information systems.
  • Supported the attainment of desired outcomes and improved customer satisfaction by providing excellent customer service.
  • Assisted in customer service Actively met sales quotas and goals Successfully completed daily management training sessions
  • Dedicated Customer Service Representative motivated to maintain customer satisfaction and contribute to company success.
  • Assisted contractor with home remodeling projects, provided customer service, and coordinated deliveries/installations.
  • Delivered customer service to new and existing customers through installing residential HVAC systems.
  • Provided customer service to help business look professional and caring about customer questions.
  • Extended excellent customer service including personal consultations, recommendations and so forth.
  • Provided customer service and coordinated inspections for in-shop and flight line operations.
  • Acquired a fundamental understanding of customer service as well as retail awareness.
  • Be professional and providing excellent customer service to accumulate our business.
  • Major contributor in improving Customer Service Score recognized by management.
  • Deliver Customer Service to all military members in need of assistance
  • Exemplified adept customer service skills and broadened retail management knowledge.

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9. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Follow OSHA regulated guidelines as well as environmental and personal safety precautions and guidelines.
  • Followed and complied with OSHA safety regulations to prevent any unforeseen circumstances.
  • Practice safety regulations in accordance with OSHA regulations.
  • Trained in all aspects of safety relating to OSHA, including proper use of harness, helmet and safety glasses.
  • Constructed, maintained and repaired both overhead and underground power distribution systems, following strict OSHA and customer safety requirements.
  • Light Carpentry to build forms and supports Fit Test Certified, OSHA & MSHA Trained, Confined Space Trained.
  • Completed Scaffold Training Program (complies with OSHA 1926.450 Scaffold Regulations, including Training Requirements under 1926.454).
  • Implemented OSHA standards to safely erect platforms for the world's largest publicly traded international oil and gas company
  • Complied with safety and privacy regulations set by TJC, HIPAA, OSHA, and HSI.
  • Maintained and operated various carpentry tools and equipment in compliance with both OSHA and company standards.
  • Indoctrinated at Intel: OSHA, First Aid, SKASKA Certificates, and received Safety Lectures.
  • Comply with all OSHA regulations and state laws to ensure construction duties were done properly.
  • Study and test on structural bridges / structural reinforcing / OSHA-10 and OSHA sub part R
  • Trained in measuring and calculations, machinery operations, building code and OSHA standards.
  • Researched and kept employees aware of all changes made by OSHA and DOT.
  • Completed the 10-hour OSHA training course and earned my OSHA safety license.
  • Planned and executed on demolition phases adhering to OSHA standards and regulation.
  • Learned OSHA fire safety codes*Wiring homes*Put shingles, and gutters on homes.
  • Adhered to all safety requirements based on company and OSHA policies.
  • Clean up the work area to ensure OSHA safety regulations.

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10. Heavy Equipment

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Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Worked as a heavy equipment mechanic/welder apprentice for large heavy civil contractor.
  • Operate heavy equipment, Pull run/wire Basic Electrical Maintenance
  • Experienced in demolition and working around heavy equipment.
  • Apprentice for diesel mechanic & heavy equipment operator
  • Operated heavy equipment with precision.
  • Renewed all heavy equipment certifications.
  • Operated minor heavy equipment (lifts, small tractors) -Learned a wide variety of tool use powered and non powered.
  • Completed a world-class apprenticeship gaining copious amounts of knowledge in operations & maintenance of heavy equipment, cranes & rigging.
  • Oil cranes, operate forklifts, drive trucks, operate bobcats, rigger, operate heavy equipment, general labor.
  • Gained experience in drainage pipe infrastructure including: pipe laying, installing catch basins, and operating heavy equipment.
  • Operate heavy equipment such as backhoe, skid steer, bulldozer, bucket truck, digger Derrick.
  • Handled the operation of heavy equipment such as skip loader, bob cat and back hoe.
  • Installed underground electrical and also gained experience with heavy equipment such as skid steer and excavator.
  • Assist mechanics with repairs and maintenance of equipment, clean and store tools, operate heavy equipment
  • Obtained basic skills of site grading, layout, excavation and heavy equipment operation.
  • Attained advanced working knowledge of multiple tool systems as well as some heavy equipment.
  • Inspected all the tools and heavy equipment to ensure that they were stored correctly.
  • Moved materials with boom lift, scissor lift and other heavy equipment.
  • Learned to operate, maintain, repair, and transport heavy equipment.
  • Maintained the heavy equipment after rental returns, cleanings, and service.

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11. Air Conditioners

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Here's how Air Conditioners is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Helped to safely and efficiently install/service commercial and residential boilers and air conditioners.
  • Installed new and serviced existing gas and oil hot air furnaces and boilers, heat pumps and split system air conditioners.
  • Inspect, troubleshoot and maintain equipment including: engines, generators, compressors and air conditioners.
  • Installed furnaces and air conditioners o Duct work, Gas piping, Venting, Insulating.
  • Assisted with the installation of furnaces and air conditioners in residential and business sites.
  • Take old furnaces and air conditioners out, Install, replace duct work
  • Installed and diagnosed furnaces, air conditioners, heat pumps, thermostats.
  • Installed and fixed Air conditioners and Heaters.
  • Learned to install furnaces and air conditioners.
  • Installed and helped repair air conditioners.
  • Helped install and troubleshoot air conditioners, furnaces, and miscellaneous equipment Stocked, transported, and organized materials
  • Install duct work, furnace, air conditioners and boilers Service units, some knowledge of electrical work
  • Change Switches and OutletsReplace Lighting FixturesReplace old workInstall Wiring for Air Handler & Air Conditioners
  • APPRENTICE Install and service air conditioners and heaters
  • Clean furnaces and air conditioners Help install furnaces and air conditioners Refrigerant
  • assisted with installation of heaters and air conditioners Did some electrical wiring
  • Maintained industrial air conditioners Fixed industrial air conditioners Organized all the material

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12. PVC

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Here's how PVC is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Drain cleanings, Repairs, Customer Service, Remodels, Re-pipe, PVC/water services.
  • Supported plumbers with the fabrication of copper and PVC pipe according to their needs.
  • Installed and repaired copper and CPVC supply lines, and PVC DWV lines.
  • Used copper and PVC piping to fabricate gas water and drain lines.
  • Soldier Copper, run PVC, rough plumbing and all finish work.
  • Installed steel and CPVC pipe fire sprinklers for residential apartment complex.
  • Bend PVC, crimp wire, ground wire, plug-in source wire, and dress the wire.
  • Run PVC, CPVC, &ABS pressure & waste lines.
  • Dig trenches and install PVC.
  • Utilized power/hand tools to perform various tasks such as cutting and bending metal conduits, RIGID pipes, and PVC pipes.
  • Installed receptacles, switches, PVC piping, can lights and fluorescent lights Installed and wired transformers and panels.
  • Installed gas pipe and copper supply piping, PVC drain pipes and vent pipes Fabricated and installed ducts.
  • Develop and utilize new structures using PVC, cast iron, polly, gas pipe, and SDR.
  • Measured and cut PVC and copper pipes to appropriate size Installed sinks, dish washers and garbage disposals.
  • Read schematics and blue prints, ran conduit, pvc for duck banks and pulled feeders.
  • Assisted with Copper soldering, experience with ABS, PVC, Kyteck, pipe and fittings.
  • Experienced in plumbing, I have learned how to lay PVC pipes and pex pipes.
  • Worked with copper, steel, pvc, and cast iron, sewerage systems.
  • Measure length of pvc, cast iron, copper and steal for cutting.
  • Installed gas, copper and PVC lines in new construction homes and rehabs.

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13. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Trouble shooting refrigeration systems and kitchen equipment.
  • Assisted Process Support Team in trouble shooting of process related problems and evaluation of raw materials from new sources.
  • Learned basic wiring skills, schematic reading, trouble shooting, motors, ohm's law and electrical safety.
  • Assisted mechanic in trouble shooting problems with elevators by reading schematics and utilizing various test equipment and tools.
  • Assisted with installation, set up, trouble shooting and repairs of electrical systems and equipment.
  • Pipe bending, wiring panels, running wires, pulling wire, lighting fixtures trouble shooting
  • Performed Diagnostics and testing including electrical trouble shooting, diagnostic tools, scan tools etc.
  • Trouble shooting and Repairs on furnaces, AC units, condensing units humidifiers and thermostats.
  • Trouble shooting/repair on electrical service calls, remodel wiring, fishing in new outlet/lighting circuits.
  • Involved extensive measures of trouble shooting which include continuity checks of complete electrical systems.
  • Trained and learned repair and trouble shooting of radio, navigation and safety equipment.
  • Trouble shooting aircraft maintenance Routine and non routine maintenance Order parts as needed Testing parts
  • Participated in On-The-Job training, trouble shooting customer issues within a level 1 environment.
  • Make ups, hook ups, pipe bending, trouble shooting and operating.
  • Provided support in the trouble shooting process of Air-conditioning units not working.
  • Trouble shooting bad ct's and pt units along with capacitor banks.
  • Performed various maintenance duties and trouble shooting of interior and exterior equipment.
  • Circuit installation for new residential homes and basic electrical trouble shooting.
  • Trouble shooting all voice & data problems and user problems.
  • Assist with trouble shooting any electrical problems for commercial customers.

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14. Journeymen

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Here's how Journeymen is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Worked under Journeymen Electricians to create electrical system for residential and commercial settings.
  • Trained with several experienced journeymen while educating myself in an accredited trade school.
  • Assisted journeymen and master electricians with residential and commercial work.
  • Assisted journeymen electricians with industrial and light commercial installation/ repair.
  • Provided assistance to journeymen carpenters for commercial construction projects.
  • Distributed materials to various journeymen based on project needs
  • Apprenticed under a Journeymen Service Technician.
  • Assist Journeymen insulators to apply insulation.
  • Assisted journeymen with commercial window installation
  • Assist Journeymen with stocking job with materials* Build custom cabinets and entertainment centers for clients* Delivery to client* Scrap and clean up
  • Warehouse: Measuring, cutting, load/ unload, and deliver material to journeymen on the field at job sites.
  • Assisted the Journeymen Electrician with running wires, changing light fixtures, installing switches and outlets, and organizing stock.
  • Worked successfully with many journeymen keeping one step ahead of them to make the job go smoothly and successfully.
  • Assisted Journeymen with installation of PVC and cast iron pipes, tools, supplies, and blue print interpretation.
  • Anticipate the procedures used on a job to provide the Journeymen what they need to ensure efficiency.
  • Obtained a roofing card; helped all journeymen and foreman on roofs; material gatherer and laborer.
  • Worked as a first year apprentice with various union roofing companies assisting the journeymen as needed.
  • Mix insulation material to the desired texture using insulation machinery for the journeymen to apply.
  • Assist the Journeymen in all aspects of the job, while learning the trade simultaneously.
  • Help Journeymen Glaziers with custom installations, including a three story custom curtain wall construction.

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15. Masonry

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Here's how Masonry is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • General contracting and masonry duties in both commercial and residential environments
  • Performed in a masonry assistant position.
  • Set up pressure washers, mix cleaning chemicals, set up swing stage and scaffolding, also apprentice in the masonry program
  • Helped on various jobs including Masonry, Electrician, Plumbing, Demolition, Roofing, Siding, Painting, and Carpentry.
  • Learned various skills such as tiling, roofing, masonry, painting, demolition and some knowledge of plumbing and electrical.
  • Learned tuck point and bricklaying and all different types of sand and more and how to use all masonry tools.
  • Dry wall, framing, plumbing, electrical services, painting, masonry, supply delivery and heavy lifting.
  • Inspected, maintained and finished all masonry structures to include block, brick, tile, concrete and stucco.
  • Managed, constructed, repaired and modified structural systems and wooden, masonry, metal and concrete buildings.
  • Acquired a great deal of carpentry, masonry, construction and engineering knowledge as well as experience.
  • Provided a variety of services including plumbing, carpentry, electrical, welding, and masonry.
  • Replace and repair concrete work, and masonry labor tasks such as mixing mortar, etc.
  • Set up scaffolding, mixed mortar, and stocked materials for all types of masonry construction.
  • Demonstrated proficient skills with wall covering, caulking, and preparing old and new masonry surfaces.
  • Performed skilled masonry work to include laying, altering and repairing brick, block and stone.
  • Concrete laying (whole process including excavation) Participated in cement finishing and concrete masonry.
  • Assist the owner with anything he may need as the masonry work is being done.
  • Construct, maintain, plan and repair wooden, masonry and concrete buildings and structures.
  • Build mini bars from scratch which would acquirer me to use my masonry skills.
  • Bore bolt holes in timber, masonry or concrete walls, using power drill.

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16. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Performed exemplary preventative maintenance during phase inspections which revealed excessively damaged bleed air pressure regulator check valve.
  • Fabricated, installed, and repaired piping systems; maintained seasonal changeover and preventative maintenance program.
  • Performed preventative maintenance during daily, weekly and monthly operator inspections and minor maintenance as required.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and repair to all base facilities including locksmith support.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and assisted with other job related functions.
  • Assisted with preventative maintenance program for heating and ventilating systems.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on system components and support equipment.
  • Handled various apprentice duties that included preventative maintenance inspections.
  • Maintained power and lighting circuits / Performed preventative maintenance.
  • Performed periodic and preventative maintenance on propulsion support equipment.
  • Preform Preventative Maintenance on commercial refrigeration and HVAC equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on commercial rooftop HVAC units.
  • Performed and supervised preventative maintenance inspections daily.
  • Perform yearly preventative maintenance on all equipment.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and installation of systems.
  • Performed preventative maintenance in and around facilities.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on Cessna Citation II.
  • Performed preventative maintenance on customer vehicles.
  • Involved in general aircraft maintenance and repair including but not limited to: upholstery repair, preventative maintenance, engine repairs
  • Conducted BCS Upgrades, testing of returned Circuit cards and completed routine preventative maintenance inspections on switch batteries and rectifiers.

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17. Construction Sites

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Here's how Construction Sites is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Transported prefabricated parts to construction sites for assembly and installation.
  • Participated in demolition on various construction sites.
  • Teamed up with other apprentices to travel to different construction sites to assist with numerous projects and volunteer in community developments.
  • Ensured that the construction sites were kept clean by removing debris, trash, and any hazardous materials.
  • Involved in local and overseas projects of various types of construction sites; roads, bridges and scaling.
  • Traffic safety, clean up construction sites, assist machine operators and helped with other construction duties.
  • Assisted in planning, measuring, ordering, and quoting for all construction sites.
  • Build and tear down Scaffolds at various construction sites for a variety of contracts.
  • Removed debris to prepare and maintain construction sites, and create safe work environments.
  • Prepare construction sites to eliminate possible hazards and enforce a safe work area.
  • Assigned to work at various construction sites throughout Northern California performing construction duties.
  • Clean and prep construction sites, including removing debris and dangerous materials.
  • Completed 28 airfield checks at seven construction sites to ensure aircraft safety.
  • General Labor on construction sites (cleaning and organizing material).
  • Worked at construction sites, factories, businesses, and residences.
  • Clean debris, trash, and hazardous materials from construction sites.
  • Assisted with completing orders for shipment to various construction sites.
  • Assist in building structures for business, and construction sites.
  • Coordinated and implemented weekly time schedules for construction sites.
  • Offloaded and properly stored material's at construction sites.

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18. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Operated fork lift, Pipe bending, grinding and threading, installed electrical light fixtures, unloaded and loaded electrical equipment.
  • Run Wire, splice wire, install light fixtures, outlets, switches, service entrance panels, complicated circuits.
  • Installed pipes, pulled wire, installed light fixtures, hanging light fixtures, assisted with other duties as needed.
  • Performed maintenance duties at apartment complex; painting, changing electrical switches, outlets, and light fixtures.
  • Changed light fixtures, bulbs, ballasts and starters to ensure proper lighting to various companies and locations.
  • Expedited with basic electrical throughout the residence such as bathroom fans, ceiling fans and light fixtures.
  • Assisted journeyman with wiring: Outlets, light switches, light fixtures, and setting up runs.
  • Wired receptacles, installed light fixtures, pipe bending, wire pulling, and circuit box testing.
  • Installed light fixtures, wired electrical boxes, pulled wire, bend pipe according to measurement specifications.
  • Installed doors, windows, light fixtures, electrical outlets, light switches, and wiring.
  • Installed light fixtures, emergency lights, exit signs, receptacles, switches and other devices.
  • Installed high-voltage electrical systems such as Circuit breaker boxes, Light Fixtures, and electrical outlets.
  • General duties included helping prepare light fixtures, wall outlets, gas pumps and other repairs.
  • Repair and/or replace light fixtures, ballasts, motors, breakers, switches and receptacles.
  • Assembled, wired, and hung building light fixtures by scissor or boom lift.
  • Install switches, plugs, smoke detectors, light fixtures and bathroom ventilation.
  • Connect wires to circuit breakers, transformers, light fixtures and/or other components.
  • Pipe Bending, Wire Pulling, Outlet Replacement, Light Fixtures, Panel Work
  • Pulled and spliced wires for receptacles, switches, and light fixtures.
  • Installed power outlets, light fixtures, light switches, ground rods.

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19. Setup

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Here's how Setup is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Greeted customers entering building, assisted with co-workers setup and sterilization of workstations.
  • Job Duties: Prepare jobs to wired, pull wire, bend conduit, install devices and setup services.
  • Performed various duties, to include assisting customers of various ages with bowling attire and lane setup.
  • Established computer repairing and networking skills, such as diagnostics and network setup, through hands-on experience.
  • Participated in long-wall mining system moves, operations, and setup Experienced different jobs as a general laborer
  • Assisted in the setup and breakdown of daily projects * Maintained a clean and safe working environment
  • Assisted in all areas of the build site from setup to final breakdown and clean up.
  • Executed setup of microphones, amps, and ran cables to prep live room for recording.
  • Helped a welder with the setup of pipes, operated the crane, drove forklift.
  • Assist in equipment setup and breakdown including lighting, background settings and position of clients.
  • Assist the journeyman with his daily workload, including installs and setup of acoustical panels.
  • Machine Operating Specialist (1974-1977)-Setup, Operated inspected and maintained production machinery.
  • Assisted crew with setup and demolition, and completed cleanup at assigned job sites.
  • Attended annual conferences including STEM and OHECC to assist with conference logistics and setup.
  • Viewed a live newscast including the setup and removal of the live shots.
  • Change and setup the screens for the desire artwork on the medical tubes.
  • Supervised and responsible for prep and setup for daily in- house catering orders.
  • Assisted with the daily treatment and field setup for football and softball.
  • Inspected dining and service areas to ensure cleanliness and proper setup.
  • Worked hands on with computer systems for appointment setup and booking.

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20. Alarm Systems

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Here's how Alarm Systems is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Apprentice alarm and CCTV technician installing alarm systems and security cameras into residential and retail properties all across the country.
  • Operated BMS (building maintenance system) online for heating and air conditioning systems including some fire alarm systems.
  • Helped journeyman with electrical installation including: conduit, wire, devices, Fire Alarm Systems.
  • Key making, installing high end locks and election alarm systems in multiple residents including mansions.
  • Installed raceway systems for fire alarm systems, receptacles, service disconnect, and motors.
  • Maintained $25M security system consisting of 5 different alarm systems and video surveillance systems.
  • Wired Ramsey 9000 and Simplex alarm systems in residential developments and assisted living facilities.
  • Responded to critical alarm systems within 1 hour, regardless of time of day/weather.
  • Installed security cameras and fire alarm systems including low voltage wiring for the systems.
  • Assisted licensed repair professionals with maintenance of Commercial Fire Suppression and Alarm Systems.
  • Learned the basics for installing and trouble-shooting burglar and fire alarm systems.
  • Check, test, and maintain automatic controls and alarm systems.
  • Wired cable and phone as well as speaker and alarm systems.
  • Job required wiring and installation of fire alarm systems.
  • Tested Fire Alarm Systems with the Denver Fire Department.
  • Serviced and inspected Fire Alarm systems.
  • Worked with fire alarm systems.
  • Fire Alarm Apprentice * Testing, maintaining, and inspecting fire alarm systems in schools, hospitals, and industrial operations.
  • pipe bending, pulling wire, fire alarm systems, reading blue prints, running small groups of people
  • Installed Fire Alarm systems, security systems, emergency lighting, uninterrupted power systems and battery systems.

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21. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Analyzed specifications and decided on tooling according to knowledge of shop mathematics, metal properties and machining procedures.
  • Gained practical experience in electrical circuitry and electrical testing procedures, and networking mathematics.
  • Applied mathematics for precise manufacturing, often to military specifications.
  • Learned theory, mathematics, how to read blueprints and schematics, state and local electrical codes, and safety.
  • Tutored students in the subjects of mathematics, political history, and language arts.
  • Tutor various college level biology, chemistry, mathematics, and Spanish courses.

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22. Water Heaters

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Here's how Water Heaters is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Assembled and disassembled water heaters and water softeners
  • Performed various plumbing related tasks such as replacing sewer lines and water heaters, at homes as well as commercial establishments.
  • Install and repair plumbing fixtures such as sinks, bathtubs, water heaters, garbage disposal units, and dishwashers.
  • Replace toilets, showers, sinks, hot water heaters, hot and cold water lines, and sewer traps.
  • Performed rough-ins, repaired and replaced fixtures, water heaters, and all forms of broken or damaged piping.
  • Installed submersible well pumps, pressure tanks, water heaters, iron filters, water softeners and septic systems.
  • Ordered HVAC equipment such as, furnaces, AC systems, boilers and water heaters.
  • Install solar panels & water heaters, install/replace rain gutters, support installation techs.
  • Install and maintenance residential heating and air conditioning systems along with water heaters.
  • Worked on replacing condensing units, HVAC components, water heaters and plumbing.
  • Install and serviced heaters and air conditioners, and sometimes water heaters.
  • Assisted in the installation of water heaters, piping, and toilets.
  • Installed and replaced water heaters, drain pipes and water Sl4Jply lines.
  • Help with water and seer lines replaces sink tubes and water heaters
  • Installed water heaters, showers, toilets, sinks etc.
  • Started doing drains and water heaters after project was done.
  • Install boilers, water heaters and oil tanks.
  • Gas piping into water heaters and also furnaces.
  • Wired switches, outlets, lights, panels (new and old), fans, water heaters and furnaces.
  • Learned general plumbing construction skills Installed and uninstalled water heaters

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23. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Maintained and operated CNC machinery.
  • Learned the skill of operating machine shop tools and CNC machines along with the basic skills of Plastic injection molds.
  • Operate CNC Lathe and Mill Machines, Verify finished products are within tolerance as defined on Blue Print.
  • Received training on a variety of machines including; CNC lathes, Milling machines, and Laser/EDM machines.
  • Learned to use various machining equipment including how to program and operate Cincinnati Partner 1 CNC mills.
  • Benched various parts and operated various basic manual and CNC machines as a first year apprentice.
  • Tool polishing, assembly, shipment and delivery * CNC mill Operation (HAAS tooling)
  • Learned to use all conventional tool shop equipment as well as CNC equipment.
  • Operated saws, grinders, lathes, milling machines and CNC machines.
  • Operated CNC machine and lathe for building elevator and escalator components.
  • Worked with CnC lathes and kept the machinery from slowing down.
  • Executed daily operation of running the CNC and Manual lathe.
  • Performed basic maintenance on both manual and CNC machines.
  • Enroll now at Milwaukee Area Technical CNC Program.
  • Operated Mills, Grinder, Lathes, CNC Mill & Lathe.
  • Tool & Design Set up & run CNC machines
  • Studied & designed dies, operated CNCs, studied quality management and machine operation in sophisticated manufacturing facility.
  • Learned basic manufacturing skills of using lathe, milling, plasma cutting, drilling, CNC and welding etc.
  • Trained and educated in various conventional manufacturing processes, CNC programming, blue-print drawing and reading, pneumatics, hydraulics
  • Performed repairs and preventive maintenance of conventional and CNC machining centers, grinders, saws and EDM.

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24. General Labor

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Here's how General Labor is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Filled a variety of positions including janitorial work, general laborer, and carpet repair and replacement
  • General Labor/Assistance painting, kitchen utility fixing, window replacement.
  • General labor in underground tunneling.
  • General Laborer Drywall Installer Concrete Laborer
  • General labor in residential construction.
  • General laborer safety practices and equipment
  • Assisted in general labor activities, loaded and unloaded materials and tools, constant daily maintenance of equipment and work areas.
  • General Labor, repaired roofs, put on additions to homes, built decks, and all types of concrete work
  • General Laborer, hand and power tamping, shoveling, forming and finishing asphalt driveways and parking lots.
  • Executed general labor responsibilities such as carrying pipe, hanging hangers, and digging ditches for pipe placement.
  • Performed general labor duties including: dump runs, client interaction, transportation, and basic carpentry.
  • General labor and cleanup such as taking out trash, sweeping and other general housekeeping procedures.
  • Provided assistance in completing home improvement projects; performed painting, carpentry and general labor tasks.
  • General Labor, Lifting heavy materials, Clean-up and any other responsibilities the job requires.
  • General labor, carpentry help, metal fabrication, and all other duties as appointed.
  • Light plumbing, electrical, sheet rock, laying mud, and general labor.
  • General labor including mortar mixing, loading rock materials, and clean up.
  • Home improvement Landscaping, windows and doors, room additions and general labor
  • General Labor, Grout Preparation and Apply, Tile Install Apprentice
  • General labor, carpentry, tiling and general home improvements.

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25. EMT

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Here's how EMT is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Assisted journeyman with bending pipe (EMT, PVC & rigid), pulling and installing wire, and terminating panels
  • Job consisted of rough-in walls, run EMT, pull wire, mount and terminate disconnects, panels, starters.
  • Installed and bent all types of conduit for commercial and industrial applications including EMT, IMC, and GRC.
  • Learn how to used most bending machine as well as the hand bender for EMT and Ridge conduits.
  • Install EMT raceways, terminate panels, install and make up boxes and pull wire.
  • Installed conduit EMT, MC and PVC with associated hardware for mounting and pulled wire.
  • Bend EMT conduit if needed to position Raceway or other means of circuitry.
  • Have assisted with circuit terminations, EMT pipe bending, and residential service changes
  • Instructed in-service training for new pilots and monthly EMT refresher course credit.
  • Bend EMT Conduit for said systems.
  • Pulled wire, make-ups, A/C & ran EMT.
  • Maintained EMT-Basic and CPR certifications Familiarized self with Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Demonstrate working knowledge of various types of cable such as Romex, BX and EMT.
  • Bend EMT piping and run 5 inch rigid piping Connect receptacles and wire light fixtures
  • Installed sizes 1 '' - 4'' EMT using electric and hydraulic benders.
  • Install EMT in electrical closet for branch circuits.
  • Performed work for LA USD, ran pathways for data cabling, installed conduit runs (EMT), wire molds.
  • Install EMT, RMC, and various typed of Flexible Metal Conduit, according to the NEC and job Specs.
  • Used EMT, Rigid, PVC, MC cable, metal or plastic flex, Romex and CAT5/6.
  • Handled and Installed PVC pipe and EMT pipe from 3/4" to 5" for electrical wiring.

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26. Service Calls

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Here's how Service Calls is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Assisted technicians during service calls and installations of furnace and air conditioning units for residential applications
  • Field service calls ranging from crank-no-start condition to a full R&R of a radiator for a dairy feeder truck.
  • Worked as a plumber's apprentice on all plumbing projects ranging from service calls to new residential and commercial construction.
  • Assisted Foremen with programming VFD and built up system, as well as taking on call and service calls.
  • Assisted on service calls to repair and install equipment such as air compressors and oil and gas gauges/meters.
  • Complete any tasks or Jobs given by Master Plumber on all service calls-Worked unsupervised and supervised
  • Help foreman on job as lead man on project and complete small service calls and jobs
  • Handled the maintenance and repair of existing jobs as well as new service calls.
  • Prepare work vehicles with the necessary equipment and parts for service calls.
  • Maintain the production shop as well as assist on service calls when needed
  • Performed service calls and diagnosed problems on a variety of restaurant appliances.
  • Help rough in renovated town homes, and assist on service calls.
  • Performed service work in the installation, repairs and/or emergency service calls.
  • Responded to service calls and emergency needs on an as-needed basis.
  • Read prints, answer service calls and oversee first year apprentice.
  • Assist other employees with service calls and installation of new equipment.
  • Completed plumbing service calls while instructing helpers on tedious tasks.
  • Respond to service calls for power outages and electrical problems.
  • Performed (client) service calls to ensure customer satisfaction
  • Ride along with the journeyman technician on service calls.

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27. Job Training

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Here's how Job Training is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Conduct on-the-job training and observe all Federal, State and Local safety/environmental regulations.
  • Conducted on-the-job training and observed all safety standards and precautions.
  • Utilized on-the-job training in preparation to grow within the company
  • Studied in apprentice school pipe-fitting twice weekly and followed up with on the job training while working with contract companies.
  • Attended apprenticeship school, obtained on the job training, and was elected to serve safety committee.
  • Gain superior knowledge and understanding of career field to further progression through standardized testing and on-the-job training.
  • Apprenticed in program designed to provide young people with arts and job training that enhance personal development.
  • Attended classes at Upper Valley JVS and our facility in addition to on the job training.
  • Attended school to learn the electrical trade, while performing on the job training.
  • Learned the necessary skills to operate heavy equipment, by on the job training.
  • Received on the job training and completed required apprenticeship courses for a Journeyman contractor.
  • Accomplished required and formal on-the-job training and class training for skill level upgrade.
  • Attend on the job training related to calibration and go to school.
  • Received of the job training for all machinist tools and machinery.
  • Started as green apprentice, learned through on the job training.
  • Learned from on the job training while attending high school.
  • Conduct orientation sessions and arrange job training for new hires.
  • Completed 6 months on-the-job training as an Assistant Unit Operator.
  • Participated in on-the-job training and maintained records of same.
  • Accomplished on-the-job training requirements 4 months ahead of schedule.

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28. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Performed various administrative duties; file organization, data entry, and data analysis using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and charts.
  • Helped out in the office with sales, filing documents, copying as well as faxing, performing data entry.
  • Conducted data entry, assisted in call center and court appearances, and operated in the clerk's office.
  • Performed data entry, assisted walk in clients, handled resident reimbursements, scheduled residents moves and filed.
  • Participated as a phone operator for the MDA Labor Day Telethon taking calls and performing data entry.
  • Trained in billing, disputes, re-process denials, insurance verification, data entry and report process.
  • Worked in an Aircraft parts store doing inventory, shipping and receiving, data entry and phone orders
  • General office skills, filing, answering the telephones, public relations, and data entry.
  • Utilized hospital databases for data entry and retrieval of data to produce reports.
  • Back up office administration: filing paper work, data entry, phones.
  • Systematized field data entry, data mapping, and analysis in ArcGIS.
  • Performed data entry and audit of training into local training management system.
  • Perform data entry & compile information of target areas of subject properties.
  • Answered phones, data entry, all and other duties assigned.
  • Conducted data entry of benefit forms and information into HRIS system.
  • Maintained all front office duties including filling and data entry.
  • Managed data entry, cleaning and analysis on SPSS Program.
  • Assisted office workers with data entry and running errands.
  • Field Work & Data Entry.
  • Assist with transcription, data analysis, data entry for student motivation research Developing individual research questions and present findings

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29. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Managed and coordinated high-volume phone calls to generate discoveries; actively communicated and gained clients.
  • Received experience in Telemarketing Phone calls, Customer service and office management.
  • Answered phone calls and set up appointments for carpet cleaning services Responsible bookkeeping and organizing files Assisted with completion of cleaning services
  • Answered phone calls to schedule appointments with stylists and made the reminder phone calls to customers about their upcoming appointments.
  • Draw blood, vitals, phone calls to other clinics, hospitals, pharmacy, and patients.
  • Help with office duties (phone calls, reservations list, proofreading, filing, etc.)
  • Logged in/out students, helped students with reading assignments, answered telephone calls and took fees.
  • Engaged walk-ins and answered phone calls at the planning, building, and engineering department desks.
  • Performed customer service, responding to phone calls, housekeeping and cleaning of the ship.
  • Assisted take out with answering phone calls taking orders, inputting them in the computer.
  • Make appointments, file paperwork for all procedures, make and receive phone calls.
  • Answered and made phone calls to confirm, schedule, or cancel appointments.
  • File student folders and answer office phone calls on a daily basis.
  • Answer phone calls and emails from sales associates of different jewelry stores.
  • Answered patient phone calls and assisted MD with daily office tasks.
  • Answered inbound phone calls and made appointments for car repairs and inspections
  • Raise performance awareness through phone calls & through social media.
  • Experienced in an environment with high number of phone calls.
  • Answer phone calls pertaining to lock problems or card access.
  • Assist supervisor to answer phone calls and set up appointments.

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30. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Created compelling and informative PowerPoint presentations for multiple and diverse audiences.
  • Briefed staff on safety utilizing Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Developed PowerPoint presentations to train and inform.
  • Created business presentations using Microsoft PowerPoint.
  • Developed reports and summaries of water quality data including: PowerPoint's, Excel spreadsheets, charts, and tables.
  • Designed various graphics and animations to be used in PowerPoint presentations or videos when pitching concepts to new clients.
  • Presented a PowerPoint on lab techniques to the lab of 20 researchers, summer apprentices, and the professor.
  • Skilled proficiency in Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and Adobe Acrobat.
  • Formulated extensive interpretations of data using graphs, charts, and PowerPoint slides
  • Worked with Word, Access, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
  • Utilized Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Learned how to use Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  • Prepared PowerPoint presentations and studies for use by office personnel.
  • Presented experimental data to branch staff in PowerPoint.
  • Created Powerpoints and educational skits for College preparation.
  • Planned and led rehearsals for chapel and Sunday night worship services Composed prayers, responsive readings, and PowerPoints for worship
  • Monitor status of base civil engineer work requests Proficient at Word Processor, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Created informative newsletters about community issues Designed public service announcements Prepared PowerPoint presentations for community audiences
  • Research on pig cells Note the grown of cells and changes PowerPoint Presentation to professors at Wayne State of Engineering
  • Constructed media presentations via Microsoft Powerpoint Computer operations Soundboard operator

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31. CAD

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Here's how CAD is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Assisted in editing of academic monograph and journal article manuscripts in addition to conducting thorough fact- checking of their underlying scholarship
  • Collaborate with team teachers on curriculum development, student academic plans and behavioral issues.
  • Assist young men with opportunity to succeed academically, personally and professionally.
  • Completed initial basic military requirements and transitioned on to advanced academics.
  • Authored academic article for collaborative humanities project for University of Pennsylvania.
  • Respond to student questions regarding a specified academic subject area.
  • Attend any collegiate institution and excel in any academic area.
  • Excelled in digitizing and AutoCad pattern development and modification.
  • Resurfaced sidewalks and patios * Designed and styled facades
  • Help students understand various academic subjects.
  • Helped reproduce architectural drawings needed using AutoCAD
  • Assisted dispatch center with fire dispatching; communicated with field resources and documented events in WildCad, entered data into ROSS.
  • Practice AutoCADD commands and controls Help around office with trash, supplies, Help with floor plan ideas per builder's needs
  • Patrol the arcade to maintain, safe, pleasant, an entertainment environment for both, patrons, and associates.
  • Design and develop academic curriculum * Facilitate small and large group discussion * Mentor and coach students * Lecture class curriculum
  • Control traffic by setting up markers, cones and barricades and flag vehicles to control the flow of traffic.
  • Worked alongside the Education Director in local schools, creating plays with students to improve their academic performance.
  • Trained & worked under Culinary Academy Dean Maurice Brazier, in 2 Michelin Star Restaurants & 5 Star-Hotel.
  • Handled Texas Grade Book (online program in which student progress is recorded daily by academic facilitators.)
  • Assemble and disassemble scaffolding, shoring, braces, traffic barricades, ramps, and other temporary structures.

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32. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Instructed patients on test procedures.
  • Worked with engineers in all facets of development and production including writing /editing of test procedures.

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33. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Analyzed significance of UK immigration laws from 1990-1995 as part of a project on the European Union and immigration.
  • Perform domestic plumbing audits to identify ways in which customers might reduce consumption of water or energy.
  • Examined the controversial immigration issue in Southern Mexico, comparing it to the immigration issue in Arizona.
  • Managed all aspects of cases in a general practice focusing primarily on Criminal and Immigration matters.
  • Follow all procedures for any and all situations that might arise in a military base.
  • Worked under a doctoral candidate to create write ups on United Kingdom's immigration laws.
  • Used MIG gun arc to melt and deposit metal from electrode to work pieces.
  • Post warning signs and lock building doors to secure area to be fumigated.
  • Collaborated with other apprentices in research about the immigrant experience in the US.
  • Aggregated findings into geographical heat maps, which examined migration routes of renters.
  • Preformed multiple types of welds including MIG, TIG, and Stick.
  • Learned to MIG weld and gained experience using shop tools and machinery.
  • Migrated file I/O projects to MySQL Database, including normalization of data.
  • Educated survivors of benefits for which they might be eligible.
  • Assist customers and vendors with issues they might have.
  • Panel Riveting, Gained Familiarity with MIG and Fabrication.
  • Shielded Metal Arc Welding & MIG welding.
  • General Welding (MIG, ARC, OXY).
  • Learned the basics of Arc and MIG welding.
  • Assisted Professor Song with review and grading of student work in Population and Migration (SOCI 370) Teaching Apprentice for Sociology

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34. Circuit Breakers

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Connected wiring to accessories, such as relays, circuit breakers, plugs, condensers, switches and solenoids.
  • Installed switches, receptacles, lights, fans, circuit breakers, and other electrical items.
  • Installed, tested and circuit breakers, controls, fuses, lights and motors.
  • Job responsibilities: Rope houses, hook up circuit breakers, wire electric outlets.
  • Installed, repaired and tested Circuit breakers, and electronic systems.
  • Updated circuit breakers, installed appliances, prevented circuit breakdowns.
  • Replace devices fuses, circuit breakers, switches, wring.
  • Installed electrical boxes, fuses and circuit breakers.
  • Help inspect electrical components, such as transformers and circuit breakers * Identify electrical problems with a variety of testing devices.
  • Wired residential houses Installed circuit breakers, receptacles, lighting fixtures
  • Install lighting, electrical outlets, and circuit breakers Organize shanty Pull wires through conduit leading Supply deliveries

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35. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Obtained certifications in scaffolding, power tools, fork lift, aerial lift and first aid and CPR.
  • Secure Workers Access Consortium certified NYCMTA Certified SIRTOA Certified Manhole Certified Con Edison Certified First Aid Certified CPR Certified
  • Trained to do (CPR) Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation by the United States Air Force.
  • Received Red Cross certification in standard first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • Conducted duties involved in First Aid and CPR the actual construction of certified.
  • Trained and certified in Personal Protective Equipment, first aid and CPR.
  • Performed self-aid buddy care and life saving procedures such as CPR.
  • Worked for CPR Plumbing company with many calls on insurance claims.
  • Experience with handling medical emergencies beyond the scope of CPR/AED.
  • Obtained CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications.
  • Qualified in First Aid and CPR.
  • Completed Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid Course.
  • Learned importance of safety and went through courses for OSHA, CPR, AED, and first aid.
  • Trained on Safety instruction (OSHA 10), HAZMAT lead, Asbestos abatement, and CPR.
  • Learned CPR, worked as a team to practice skills, and swam 8 laps a day.
  • Completed OSH 10, DFWP and CPR class.
  • Card CPR, AED, and First Aid.
  • Selected through a competitive application process to participate in this CSULB academicprogram.
  • Completed CPR class, completed Hydraulic class *Performed maintenance on Pipe Casting Machines and learned to build and fabricate
  • Acquired certification in Saftey (OSHA), First Aid and CPR, and Aerial Lifts.

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36. Different Types

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Here's how Different Types is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Learned to apply different types of cement, gypsum, synthetic, plastering materials and systems to commercial buildings.
  • Worked with different types of chemicals and learned the importance of being accurate while also being efficient.
  • Solder carbide inserts onto steel to create a form cutting tool used in different types of machines.
  • Identified different types, grades, and sizes of wood products - natural and manufactured.
  • Exhibited knowledge of different types of wood, coatings, and polish used for furniture.
  • Applied in class knowledge/theory to different types of engine applications.
  • Scored tournaments with all different types of playing formats.
  • Recommended and educated customers on different types of lenses.
  • Maintained several different types of paperwork.
  • Operated heavy equipment, digging hand holes, used many different types of hand and power tools.
  • Learned to use all of the different types of tools essential for quality work.
  • Gained knowledge of various railcars of different types and how to repair them.
  • Participate in projects developing trainings on management of different types of risks.
  • Worked with licensed contractor on many different types of remodeling jobs.
  • Learned how to run different types of machines.)
  • Worked with many different types of hardware and tools.
  • Experienced many different types of jobs.

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37. Javascript

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Here's how Javascript is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Used Foundation, Sass/CSS, and JavaScript to produce responsive, interactive front-end designs.
  • Work with Java, C#, C++, JavaScript, SQL, Ruby, and Objective-C.
  • Implemented a Rock-Scissors-Paper game with JavaScript and jQuery that runs in the console.
  • Learned full-stack, JavaScript-based web development during an intense 10-week immersive course.
  • Smooth navigation thanks to CSS, Javascript and Ajax.
  • Learned and implemented web development technologies Used Agile methodology to develop projects Presented weekly project demonstrations Presented weekly JavaScript topics

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38. Residential Homes

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Here's how Residential Homes is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Installed electronic systems in residential homes and commercial businesses Managed accounts receivable and recorded invoices
  • Removed and installed custom size vinyl replacement windows for residential homes and commercial
  • Experience in remodeling residential homes Interior and exterior.
  • General construction labor duties, remodeling residential homes
  • Remodel residential homes and commercial buildings.
  • Installed vinyl and wood siding, roofing, masonry, flooring, sheet rock and insulation in residential homes.
  • Maintain and repair heating, ventilation and cooling systems in residential homes, commercial buildings and industrial facilities.
  • Assist with installation of new hardware for faucets, showers and toilets in residential homes, commercial buildings.
  • Formed and poured concrete foundations for residential homes, as well as for commercial buildings and structures.
  • Experience framing residential homes and commercial buildings* Extensive use of hand held, power, and commercial tools
  • Job duties include: layout, rough in, trim-out, test and trouble shoot residential homes.
  • Worked with plumbing team on residential homes, large apartment complex, and various commercial jobs.
  • Performed all aspects of electric, plumbing and heating for residential homes and businesses.
  • Have conducted electrical work in, above, around and under these residential homes.
  • Assist in installing electrical service along with switch and plugs new residential homes.
  • Performed complete rewires of both single story and two story residential homes.
  • Cut and installed tile and linoleum flooring for residential homes.
  • Wired residential homes alongside a Journeyman and Master Election.
  • Conducted the wiring of residential homes large and small.
  • Painted the inside and outside of residential homes.

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39. Html

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Here's how Html is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Constructed a student information system using ASP.NET MVC, Razor, and HTML, and employs server-side validation.
  • Created and edited original marketing content, using HTML and optimizing all content for SEO.
  • Utilized an HTML editor to construct a more efficient and appealing website.
  • Utilized HTML, CSS, and Bootstrap to build a restaurant website.
  • Acquire basic knowledge of Mel, HTML and CSS.
  • Created web applications using Spring MVC framework, HTML, Bootstrap, JavaScript, and jQuery.
  • Developed browser-based user interfaces with HTML, CSS, JavaScript and jQuery for existing web services.
  • Learned and applied full stack development skills in Java, JavaScript, MySQL, HTMLand CSS.
  • Created Single Page Applications and Responsive Websites using HTML/CSS, Javascript, Twitter Bootstrap, AngularJS.
  • Web Development Fundamentals - SpringMVC, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and jQuery.
  • Designed a restaurant website, using HTML, CSS, Javascript and Bootstrap.
  • Front end development experience with HTML, CSS, and Javascript.
  • Designed and created HTML/CSS web pages satisfying wireframe specifications.
  • Composed HTML newsletters to be sent out via Mailgun.
  • Create web applications using Spring MVC, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, Ajax, and REST web services.
  • Used graphs to display the results of the analysis.Technologies used: Node.JS, MySQL, D3.JS, HTML, CSS,
  • Learned C#, HTML5, CSS3, SQL, Agile workplace expectations, and many other skills.
  • Used Java Servlets, Unix scripting, ORACLE, JDBC, C and HTML for the development.
  • WEB Development Fundamentals - ASP.NET MVC 5, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, AngularJS.
  • Web Development Fundamentals: ASP.NET MVC 4, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and jQuery.

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40. Adobe Photoshop

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Here's how Adobe Photoshop is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Received training on Adobe Photoshop and a proprietary Marketing Automation Software.
  • Created ads and digital imaging, including pixel editing with Adobe Photoshop.
  • Sharpened computer graphics and rendering skills on Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
  • Worked with graphic design applications such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator.
  • Edited brochures and images with Adobe Photoshop.
  • Implemented new headshot board technique for all Studio 3 and "WST for Kids" productions using Adobe Photoshop.

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41. Water Lines

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Here's how Water Lines is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Install PVC and copper water lines * Measured, cut and threaded black pipe * Installed furnaces * Soldered copper piping
  • Assisted with chill water systems, fixed gas lines installed recirculating pumps and heating hot water chilled water lines.n6010/7018 welding prep
  • Installed underground and above ground waste piping, water lines, condensate lines, gas lines and roof drains.
  • Performed all aspects of Plumbing, such as fitting and soldering1/2 inch to 2 inch copper water lines.
  • Install Pressure Switch and Water tank to the existing water lines and electrical in the structure.
  • Installed new pipe lines such as hot and cold water lines and a black screwed pipe.
  • Installed, serviced and repaired water lines from meter to school (Turner Elementary School).
  • Put in water lines, unclogged drains, remove/replace bathroom facilities, helped Master Plumber.
  • Worked on steam lines as well as potable water lines for Texas State University.
  • Service to any and all plumbing fixtures, water lines and drain lines.
  • Gas lines cutting, threading and Installation, Water lines cutting and Threading
  • Installed and repaired gas lines and installed hot and cold water lines.
  • Installed well pumps, water tanks, and dug trenches for water lines
  • Integrated previously acquired skills by soldering copper water lines for domestic water.
  • Learn how to hook up water lines, sewer lines.
  • Fix and maintain water lines and provide quality customer service.
  • Set up water lines for discharging water in holes.
  • Wrap air conditioning ducts and water lines with insulation
  • Assist master plumber with Hot/Cold water lines.
  • Remodel supply and return water lines.

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42. Daily Operations

low Demand
Here's how Daily Operations is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Streamlined daily operations by creating and maintaining a numerical tracking system to help manage inventory.
  • Assigned one-to-one journeyman electrician in order to learn and assist with daily operations.
  • Assisted with daily operations of General Contractor operations and repairs.
  • Trained on overseeing daily operations and managing industrial budget.
  • Executed daily operations of arranging appointments with clients.
  • Executed daily operations of receiving jobs.
  • Assisted electrician in daily operations.
  • Assisted Foreman in daily operations.
  • Oversee the daily operations of inspections, maintenance, and adjustments of aircrew life support gear and chemical defense equipment.
  • Trained to facilitate and manage daily operations of a customer service warehouse containing hundreds of thousands of products.
  • Executed daily operations of preventive maintenance on electrical panels, motor controls, and switch gears.
  • Assisted journeyman crane operator in the daily operations and maintenance of a 150-ton pile-driving crane.
  • Executed daily operations of shop maintenance and cleaning and assisted the mechanic when needed.
  • Assisted in daily operations including building, layout, and installation of custom cabinetry.
  • Executed daily operations of rough framing, installing floor joists and roof trusses.
  • Develop and administer a project's daily operations for set strategic planning goals.
  • Coordinate on site with multiple trades for smooth daily operations.
  • Assisted the owners in the daily operations of the farm.
  • Purchased all equipment and supplies required for daily operations.
  • Manage and organize daily operations of business, i.e.

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43. Oil Changes

low Demand
Here's how Oil Changes is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Assist technicians performing service on customer vehicles in a Co-Op style environment; also perform oil changes in the quick lube bays
  • Apprentice: Assist the technician with all jobs including oil changes, tire rotations, breaks, and fixing engines.
  • Oil Changes, Repair/Replace Engines & Transmission, Alignments, Brakes, Tires, Interior, AC, and Electrical Troubleshoot
  • Shadowed the mechanics and assisted them with basic vehicle maintenance such as oil changes, tire rotations, etc.
  • Assist master mechanic with oil changes & brakes, drive lines, Transmissions, suspension, engine work.
  • Performed oil changes, fuel checks, and brake checks and changed fuel and air filters.
  • Assisted head mechanics with daily tasks which included oil changes and tire rotations
  • Performed oil changes and other light maintenance duties.
  • Performed oil changes and brake repairs.
  • Oil changes and vehicle inspections.
  • Helped on diesel drive shafts, oil changes, transmission repair, engine repair, and general maintenance.
  • Assorted oil changes (engine, hydraulic, transfer case, etc.)
  • fuel attendant, trained on brakes, clutches, oil changes, tires.
  • Assisted with repair of vehicles Brake lines, oil changes, repair or transmission and motors Other duties, assigned
  • Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes, lubrications, and tune-ups.
  • Conducted routine and scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes,lubrications and tune-ups.
  • Oil Changes,Washing Trucks,Inspections,Electric work
  • Oil changes Tune-up's Brakes Tires Checked and adjusted vehicle fluids
  • Oil changes Inspections Tire repair General Diagnoses General Repair Econo lube and tune, aurora, co
  • Wash and wax all vehicles Clean interior and exterior of vehicles Parts Run Transport Customers & Vehicles Tire Rotations Brakes Oil Changes

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44. Scissor Lifts

low Demand
Here's how Scissor Lifts is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Set ladders, scaffolds and hoists in place for taking supplies to roofs Operated equipment such as Forklifts and Scissor lifts.
  • Operated heavy equipment: Forklifts, Front end loaders, Scissor lifts, Boon lifts, Excavators and Lull forklifts.
  • Operated Forklifts, 4x4 Forklifts, Scissor Lifts, and Boom Lifts Signal crane operator in moving large equipment.
  • Worked from elevated positions utilizing forklifts, scissor lifts, boom lifts, and hi-jacks to complete tasks.
  • Certified to operate rough terrain fork trucks, forklifts, scissor lifts, and boom lifts.
  • Operated several electrical carts, scissor lifts, boom lifts, and fork lifts.
  • Operated scissor lifts, extended boom lifts when needed to complete tasks.
  • Operated GradAll, and Scissor lifts on daily basis.
  • Operate scissor lifts, boom lifts and fork trucks.
  • Operated equipment such as Forklifts and Scissor Lifts.
  • Climb ladders, drive scissor lifts.
  • installed aluminum panels by way of boom lifts, and scissor lifts.
  • Experience scissor lifts, sky lifts, and gradall lifts.
  • operated various heavy machines,pipe threaded, various cutting tools, cranes and scissor lifts, and forklift.

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45. Lesson Plans

low Demand
Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Worked alongside a certified teacher in first grade where I observed, helped create lesson plans and learned classroom management skills.
  • Maintained key health data; assisted in development of training materials and lesson plans as well as training delivery.
  • Developed lesson plans for a small introductory physics class focused on collaborative, project based learning.
  • Created lesson plans, held office hours and graded papers for Introduction to Sociology (SOCI-1000)
  • Worked directly with 1 to 6 developmentally disabled student implementing instructor's lesson plans.
  • Created lesson plans and PowerPoints to prepare a curriculum to teach to students.
  • Required to report lesson plans daily to school administrative staff and collaborating teacher.
  • Planned lesson plans and activities for the children under my care.
  • Designed individual lesson plans based on each client's needs.
  • Assist the classroom teacher with implementing the lesson plans.
  • Construct lesson plans, assignments, and exams.
  • Assisted professor in coming up with lesson plans.
  • Designed unit and lesson plans and delivered instruction.
  • Collaborated with Professor Evan Riley to design and implement lesson plans, tests and quizzes for the course Logic and Philosophy.
  • Implement lesson plans for 2nd & 3rd grade students Work closely with teacher for student's personal achievements.
  • Created six-week lesson plans and facilitated instruction in required four curriculum content (i.e.
  • Supported Dr. Anthony Blum with lesson plans and preparations for class.
  • Created lesson plans and taught children in afterschool setting.
  • Assisted theatre professionals in developing and implementing lesson plans Organized administrative office functions and assisted in the box office
  • Assisted instructors with lesson plans Worked with children in garden plots Helped create and teach lesson plans

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46. CSS

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Here's how CSS is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Included images, Bootstrap CSS for styling, and deployed project to Azure.
  • Implemented search and paging, as well as integrated Bootstrap CSS for styling.
  • Completed the LogisticsSupply Field Level 5 career development training courses.
  • Styled with SCSS, Bourbon, Neat, Bitters, and Refills.
  • Maintained users in supplier system Monitored the authorization of different plants Created specifications in CSS (Corporate Standards System)

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47. General Maintenance

low Demand
Here's how General Maintenance is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Performed general maintenance of commercial refrigeration, heating and cooling systems.
  • Recommended, developed and performed preventive and general maintenance procedures.
  • Learned how to provide general maintenance for automobiles
  • General maintenance of facility and equipment.
  • Performed general maintenance and upkeep.
  • Plant trees, mow, seed using heavy equipment, and provided other general maintenance work around the county.
  • Build walls, Lay track, hang air line, run water line, general maintenance work.
  • Assist mechanic with the installation, repairs, and general maintenance of elevators, escalators, and dumbwaiters
  • Perform general maintenance on a daily basis; observe and practice how to operate heavy equipment
  • Assisted in art production, set-up and breakdown of garden/art events, and general maintenance/landscaping
  • General maintenance of structures including drywall, plumbing, flooring, and painting.
  • Belt man, including general maintenance on belts, head drives and tailpieces.
  • Assist with general maintenance of the garden such as weeding and mulching.
  • Help out with small repairs and general maintenance when needed.
  • General maintenance of various HVAC and non-HVAC equipment according to customer
  • General maintenance of all tools necessary to complete job.
  • Perform general maintenance work (weed Eater, Lawnmower)
  • Preformed general maintenance and repairs to equipment and tools.
  • Perform general maintenance on shop vehicles and equipment.
  • Provide general maintenance on machines.

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48. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Front desk assistant*Greeting Customers*Preparing tattoo stations
  • Worked the front desk of the copy center, assisting customers in filling their orders in a friendly, efficient manner.
  • Maintained records of equipment and tools used for job sites and worked front desk cashier with cash handling and deposits.
  • Intern rotation through the restaurant, culinary, banquet, front desk, purchasing, and in-room dining departments.
  • Front desk administrative duties, assisting tattoo artist, preparing and cleaning tattoo equipment and operating autoclave.
  • Provided excellent customer service both when booking appointments and when working as front desk receptionist.
  • Provided safety for dance students by checking them in and out at the front desk.
  • Acted as front desk customer service, created sketches, and readied stencils for artists.
  • Performed clerical duties;answer phone calls, scheduling appointments, and front desk help.
  • Front desk service, Sanitation and Sterilization, Customer Service, Phones, Inventory
  • Front desk receptionist that assisted with keeping the office organized and smoothly functional.
  • Assisted front desk with guest processing; courteous and expedient check-in/out services.
  • Help students with card issues and access problems in the front desk.
  • Managed the front desk, greeted clients and product sales.
  • Supported Talent & Organizational Capabilities at the Front Desk.
  • Operated front desk for scheduling and money handling.
  • Front desk assistant, office administrator assistant.
  • Job Duties: Assisting Masterstylists, front desk, scheduling, answering phones, customer service, stylist support.
  • Received complete training in following departments: Front Desk, F&B, Housekeeping, Accounting.
  • Front desk responsibilities, maintaining a tidy work space and organization -answered telephones, handled appointments.

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49. MC

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Here's how MC is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • Prepared passenger flight manifest for outbound AMC flights according to availability and military priority.
  • Performed Porosity testing of MC-4 parachute systems to ensure permeability of canopy.
  • Assisted friend and artist Daniel McClendon with his nascent studio space/renovations
  • Provided command and control radio link to first non-combat Air Force team to ever complete USMC Jungle Warfare Training school.
  • Analyzed client requests for assistance, assessed compatibility with NMCRS policies, and made final decision on qualification.
  • Fall 2014 McEnroe is a diversified organic farm operating on over 1000 acres in the Hudson Valley.
  • Traveled for work, not far but more North in Bakersfield and McFarland and multiple Dairies.
  • Provided air traffic service for over 13,100 annual operations in support of HQ AFMC mission requirements.
  • Deployed projects with Maven and Spring MVC with Tomcat Web Server and Red Hat OpenShift.
  • Completed necessary Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and A+ certification training within four months.
  • Improved mission capability and readiness of Joint Base Lewis-McChord s 44 aircraft unit squadron.
  • Deployed projects with Maven, Spring MVC and Tomcat Web Server with MySQL Database.
  • Acted as a Main Contact Point for Upgrade and Maintenance of McAfee Device Encryption.
  • Wired transformers, MCC, motors, panels for control and normal power,
  • Install sheet metal roofing systems including but not limited to McELroy and PacClad.
  • Pull MC Cable, THHN, and install lighting fixture and receptacles.
  • Managed the Inventory Control Program for over 2,200 MCU-2A/P gas masks.
  • Integrated Robotics and Embedded systems workshop based on MCS-51 series.
  • Performed in-processing and packing for MC-6 and T-11 Parachute Systems.
  • Assisted in the development of McNeal Funeral Home Scholarship Fund.

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50. General Construction

low Demand
Here's how General Construction is used in Apprentice jobs:
  • General construction along with framing and finishing of commercial and residential buildings.
  • Assisted all skilled tradesmen by performing general construction labor.
  • Assisted skilled tradesmen by performing general construction duties.
  • General construction, remodeling and facility repairs.
  • Developed basic carpentry and general construction skills
  • General Construction, Carpentry and Joinery Apprentice
  • General construction tasks including: creating frames and brackets, fastening, pulling thermostat lines, sweating copper pipe, etc.
  • General construction: Remodels, re-pipes, electrical, gas lines, roofs, windows, doors, painting and demolition
  • Trained in all aspects of construction including trim work, sheet rock hanging and general construction.
  • Assisted in installation and maintenance of stone and tile, as well as general construction.
  • Assist with rough framing, drywall and acoustical ceiling installations as well as general construction tasks
  • General construction for Larson Hall, cleaning, demolition, framing, sheet rock installation.
  • Skilled in all phases of painting, general construction, maintenance, plumbing and electrical.
  • General construction work, demolition, carpentry, and radon system installation.
  • General construction, pipe bending, wiring, trim installation.
  • Assisted in general construction and home improvements as an apprentice.
  • Worked with pipe fabricating machines, ladders, general construction.
  • General Construction (Maintained the appearance of work areas.)
  • General construction, team work with other staff
  • Experienced wide range of general construction.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Apprentice

Safety Procedures19%
Apprenticeship11.2%
Job Site7.7%
Hand Tools7%
Hvac6.5%
Electrical Systems5.9%
New Construction5%
Customer Service4.9%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Apprentice

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
13.9%
13.9%
2
2
Apprenticeship
Apprenticeship
8.2%
8.2%
3
3
Job Site
Job Site
5.7%
5.7%
4
4
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
5.1%
5.1%
5
5
Hvac
Hvac
4.8%
4.8%
6
6
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
4.3%
4.3%
7
7
New Construction
New Construction
3.7%
3.7%
8
8
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.6%
3.6%
9
9
Osha
Osha
3%
3%
10
10
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Air Conditioners
Air Conditioners
2.3%
2.3%
12
12
PVC
PVC
2.1%
2.1%
13
13
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
2%
2%
14
14
Journeymen
Journeymen
2%
2%
15
15
Masonry
Masonry
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
1.9%
1.9%
17
17
Construction Sites
Construction Sites
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Setup
Setup
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Alarm Systems
Alarm Systems
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Mathematics
Mathematics
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Water Heaters
Water Heaters
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
CNC
CNC
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
General Labor
General Labor
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
EMT
EMT
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Service Calls
Service Calls
1.2%
1.2%
27
27
Job Training
Job Training
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
1%
1%
30
30
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
1%
1%
31
31
CAD
CAD
1%
1%
32
32
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
MIG
MIG
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
CPR
CPR
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Different Types
Different Types
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
Javascript
Javascript
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Residential Homes
Residential Homes
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Html
Html
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Adobe Photoshop
Adobe Photoshop
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Water Lines
Water Lines
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Daily Operations
Daily Operations
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
Oil Changes
Oil Changes
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Scissor Lifts
Scissor Lifts
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
CSS
CSS
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Front Desk
Front Desk
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
MC
MC
0.6%
0.6%
50
50
General Construction
General Construction
0.6%
0.6%

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