Hello all. I'm just entering the apprenticeship program of the IEC here in the Dallas area. My father is a Master Electrician and I pretty much got to spend every opportunity I was allowed to watch or help my dad when I could on job sites. Set me up with a healthy appreciation for the trade and strong desire to work with my hands. After leaving the Emergancy Medicine Services, I am looking forward to working on something that does not require me to work 24hours on and 48 hours off in a constant cycle.
As a woman entering the Electrical trade and coming from a Fire and Medical background, what advice can you give me as I go forth.
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