I am changing careers! I have been a Professional caddie for the past 15 years, and it's time to move on. I have a family that is growing by the minute, and I am excited about learning a new trade! Any advice would be helpful! I am extremely motivated! When I do something, I do it right the first time! I plan on studying hard to be at the top of my class. I am a fast learner, and very competitive. When it comes to Contractors, how do you tell if you are working for a good one?
Is there anywhere I can find a list of tools that a 1st through 4th year apprentice should have? I think I have most of them, but I would like to be totally prepared. I have done carpentry work on the side on and off for the last 10 years, but I look forward to engaging into a specialty!
As a side note, are there any books that can prepare me for an upcoming apprenticeship besides the NEC? What books wil I be studying through the IEC? Thanks for your time, and advice!
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