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Roofers prepare and apply protective coverings to flat and sloped roof surfaces in accordance with construction plans and specifications. (Optional Certification)

Painter and Decorator

Painters and decorators apply paint, coatings, and other finishes to the interior and exterior surfaces of buildings and other structures. (Optional Certification)

Overhead Door Technician

Overhead door technicians install, service, repair and conduct preventative maintenance on residential and commercial overhead sectional doors, coiling doors, coiling and sliding steel fire doors,

Insulator (Heat and Frost)

Insulators (heat and frost) apply, remove and repair thermal and acoustical insulation (for example, calcium silicate, glass foam, mineral wool, styrofoam, fiberglass) on all types


Glaziers cut and install glass and aluminum systems for commercial and residential applications. (Optional Certification)

Floorcovering Installer

Floorcovering installers install, repair, and replace carpet and resilient floorcovering materials such as underlayment, carpet, sheet goods (vinyl and linoleum for example), prefinished hardwood and

Elevator Constructor

Elevator constructors install, modify, service and repair electric and hydraulic elevators, personnel, and man-hoists, moving walkways, stagelifts, escalators and related equipment. (Compulsory Certification)

Crane and Hoisting Equipment Operator

Crane and hoisting equipment operators service and operate the hoist and swing equipment used to move machinery, materials, and other large objects.  Subcategories within the

Construction Craft Worker

Construction craft workers prepare and clean up construction sites. They move materials and equipment and do demolition, excavating and compacting activities. They work at a


Students exploring internships in skilled trades may also be eligible to fast track their training through the Registered Apprenticeship Program (RAP) Learn more.