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1aprendiz masculineaprendiza femininebefore noun apprentice electrician — aprendiza de electricista feminine
- Around 150 skilled men joined the apprentices in protest.
- In preparation for this four-year course he has been attempting to find a plumber who would be willing to take him on during this period as an apprentice.
- Boys, too, were often encouraged to go to technical schools or to begin work as an apprentice in a trade.
- Up to thirty skilled men and apprentices were employed from the surrounding villages, coming to work on foot or by bicycle.
- Learning the trade and being an apprentice for years only to then acquire years of on the job experience is what custom furniture is all about.
- Many of the rest are working for their families, on the land, in small artisanal businesses, or as apprentices in trades that their families have carried out for generations.
- They also sought to limit the number of apprentices entering their trades, because of the inevitable consequence of depressing wage rates; this has remained a feature of some craft unions to this day.
- Trade apprentices are charged the fee for the two 10-week periods they spend as part of their training at the colleges.
- Others might go for a while to a secondary school to receive further instruction in reading, writing, and arithmetic, and then be sent for training in crafts or trades, often as apprentices to a master in whose household they would live.
- This language has an old-fashioned ring, and was designed for a minor becoming an apprentice in a skilled trade.
- In traditional apprenticeship models, apprentices learn a trade or skill through working closely with expert trades-people.
- Of 16 apprentices in an electrician's training program, three are women.
- In the past the minimum wage never applied to apprentices who were employed under the Apprenticeship Act.
- Rob left education at sixteen and became an apprentice for an electrician.
- The past few years have seen a sharp increase in the number of apprentices, especially in the construction trades.
- Younger members of the family came into the business as apprentices, learning the trade, and eventually inheriting the business.
- It doesn't matter how much money we give employers to take on apprentices in tradition trades - in gas fitting, in tiling, in welding and carpentry.
- It is often asserted that by keeping wages low for apprentices, employers will automatically take more on.
- Real learning begins with an apprentice working at the elbow of a master craftsman, but there were not enough scholarly elbows to go around as the numbers swelled.
- There was also an alarming 15 percent decline in the number of apprentices in training, comparing the same periods.
1to apprentice sb to sb — colocar a algn de aprendiz con/de algn
- to be apprenticed to sb — estar de aprendiz con algn
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