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Dinosaurus

09:42AM | 04/12/06
Member Since: 06/16/05
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HI ALL

CAN ANYONE TELL ME WHAT I WOULD NEED TO DO TO BECOME A CARPENTER. WHAT SCHOOLS ARE AVAILABLE . OR HOW DO I BEGIN.

THANKS


Mark Hammond

07:32AM | 05/10/06
Member Since: 05/09/01
246 lifetime posts
There are many schools about. Local vocational high school type day school are the best bet but not all states have them as a regular day school. New Hampshire, for example, has schools that are post graduate, or after graduation from high school. Private schools are usually all post graduate and can be very expensive. There are, in some communities, night school classes that are held in the regular day vocational schools but the classes are limited in scope and will not give the student all that he/she needs to start in the trades. You can find out about vocational schools by contacting your local state dept. of education. Private schools can be found on line using the proper search engines.Finally you cfan find a job and start as an apprentice and hopefully learn frolm a good carpenter. The unions in some states have wonderful schools but are sometimes difficult to get in to. Good luck MJH


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