A journeyman electrician consists of extended knowledge of electric-(electromotive force) the energy supplied by a source of electric power in driving a unit charge around a c…ircuit. you would know what a volt is high, medium, low, ampere, ohm (resistance), AC, DC, is, you would also have an extended knowledge of math & math mathematical, formulas, functions, in addition you would know how to design, construct, any electrical system using the proper size conductors and rated devices and know the (NEC) National Electric Code (publications are circulated every 3 years) in and out, you would need to attend an accreditied school about 4 years and or do an internship-apprenticeship program, a good way to start would be to apply at your local I.B.E.W. International Brotherhood of Electrical workers union, to sum it up there would be nothing to do with electricity that you could not do industrial, commercial, residential..
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The term "Journeyman" generally refers to a person who has completed a nationally certified apprenticeship in a trade. One such trade is a "Millwright" A millwright is a struc…tural/ mechanical tradesperson who constructs, installs, maintains, and fixes mechanical equipment, usually in a factory, industrial building, or construction site. Common areas of expertise for a millwright include conveyers, cranes, and machine repair. (MORE)
a journeyman cutter is a person whom has completed an apprenticeship and mastered cutting skills/shop operations. I am currently a journeyman meat cutter and the apprent…iceship can last 1-3 years dependant on interest--hope this answered you question (MORE)
\nIn a union shop, there are three levels of workers: apprentices, who are being trained in their trade; journeymen, who are proficient; and master tradesmen, who train appre…ntices and advise journeymen.\n.
\nI also found out journeymen were once called jacks. (MORE)
In most guilds, the guild members were people who had achieved the rank of master by having a master work judged and accepted. A journeyman was a man who had completed his app…renticeship but was not yet a master. (MORE)
A journeyman is someone who has learned a trade or a craft under a master. Once he has finished his apprentice training, his next step is to find employment to continue le…arning the skills needed to become a self-employed master. The word journey in this case comes from the French 'journée' - 'a day', referring to the daily payment these workers received. (MORE)
To become a journeyman welder a person can go through an apprenticeship program or receive formal training. Individuals can receive training through either a community col…lege or vocational school. (MORE)
A Journeyman stone mason is a stone mason who has completed their studies in either a college or as a apprentice. They then have the choice to go on 'The Waltz' in which t…hey will travel around there country for a year, then if so wished can travel around other countries, working as they go. In the German tradition they must travel for either 2 or 3 years and 1 day and must stay at least 50 km from their home towns during their time traveling. They must walk from work to work never owning a car, they may hitchhike tho. They do this traveling, so they may learn new techniques and way in their craft as well as learning about the world as a whole thus making them better people. (MORE)