The construction trades include the people who build, repair, and remodel homes, commercial and industrial buildings, bridges, highways, airports and other structures. Trades include Brick & Stone Mason, Construction Millwright, General Carpenter, Heavy Equipment Operator and Sheet Metal Worker.
Apprentice able occupations in the industrial sector are usually offered in plants, factories, and machine shops. There are many types of industries that utilize apprenticeship training including paper mills, commercial dairies, food production facilities, tool & die shops and automobile manufacturers. There are over fifty different trades in the industrial sector including Aircraft Maintenance Engineer, Electrician, Industrial Mechanic Millwright and Tool and Die Maker.
Skilled motive power technicians, who need to know the basics of everything from seat-belt systems to the latest diagnostic equipment, are in great demand. Apprentices and journeypersons can work for equipment manufacturers, automotive, truck and heavy equipment dealers, and the parts industry. Occupations range from Automotive Service Technician and Heavy Duty Equipment Technician to Transmission Technician or Motorcycle Technician.
Employment in the service sector generally involves attending to the needs or requests of people. Service trade apprenticeships include occupations such as Early Childhood Educator, Chef, Retail Meat Cutter and Information Technology Technicians.