ITT-Tech - With over 80 ITT Technical Institutes located nationwide in over 30 states, ITT Techs are one of today's leading providers of technology education.
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The below listing contains all the truck driving / transportation schools in each geograhic region, and sorted alphabetically per state. Click on a city/state below to view those schools in that state.
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Careers in the construction industry span a wide net of specialties; from roofer to foreman to electrician to plumber. This career page focuses a bit more on carpentry, even though there are over 25 solid career alternatives in the construction trade.
Our cities, houses, hospitals, schools, malls, and sports arenas all exist because of the skilled men and women who build them and make them safe for our use.
The Construction Industry is HUGE – there are tons of projects and many different people who work on them. There are trade positions, management positions, careers in unions, and related jobs – and all are necessary for construction projects to be successful.
People pursue construction careers for different reasons, but one thing is for sure: the future of the construction industry depends on the youth of today! In order to keep constructing new buildings and fixing old ones, the industry needs to train lots of people to replace those that eventually retire. And the great thing about the construction industry is that it will always be needed! Of course we will always need new houses and office buildings and highways and dams, but we also need skilled workers who can work with and use technology.
Carpenters are involved in many different kinds of construction activity. They cut, fit, and assemble wood and other materials for the construction of buildings, highways, bridges, docks, industrial plants, boats, and many other structures. Carpenters' duties vary by type of employer. Builders increasingly are using specialty trade contractors who, in turn, hire carpenters who specialize in just one or two activities. Such activities include setting forms for concrete construction; erecting scaffolding; or doing finishing work, such as installing interior and exterior trim. However, a carpenter directly employed by a general building contractor often must perform a variety of the tasks associated with new construction, such as framing walls and partitions, putting in doors and windows, building stairs, laying hardwood floors, and hanging kitchen cabinets. Carpenters also build brattices (ventilation walls or partitions) in underground passageways to control the proper circulation of air through these passageways and to worksites.
|Dayton, Macedonia, Ohio|
Various Locations -- Dayton & Macedonia, Ohio
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