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Are there apprenticeship programs for engineering?

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May 30, 2007 9:38AM

Even if there is, its not of much use, most engineers do detailed planning on paper, and work with theory of a process/product, before they give life to it.

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Most apprenticeship programs are four (4) years. Some are less but most are 4.

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Apprenticeships for HDR (Heavy Duty Repairmen) Engineering can be found by speaking with a Careers Officer. Listings can also be found on the Cal Apprenticeship website.

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Apprenticeship programs have several benefits. A few of those are that the apprentice gets paid while they learn their trade, and they sometimes also get health benefits and paid holidays.

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Yes, currently there are many programs available that offers an apprenticeship to learn crane operating. Operating engineers and such associations are good choice for this purpose.

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There are some university hospitals that have apprenticeship programs available for a nurse practitioner. Some of the larger hospitals also have them. The best way to find out if they have one in your area is to contact them and ask.

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Yes you can enroll in both the programs after engineering.

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If you want a degree in engineering, then look at colleges that have an entire program or school dedicated to engineering. Some schools do not even offer engineering programs. If you end up at one of these schools, then you may be disappointed by your educational opportunities. Be sure to apply to schools with specific programs in engineering.

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well, you have to consider the 12 years of apprenticeship - after that it is about 40% as there is much burnout in that time

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For Chemical Engineering Aspen Plus or Dynachem are good programs

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There are no online university's that have engineering programs. Electrical engineering, and engineering in general, simply cannot be taught online. The labs are critical to engineering degree programs, there are no labs in an online course. You'll just have to suck it up and go to a real university.

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no you don't. you can always apprentice. there are a lot of organizations that have apprenticeship programs.

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Hilary Steedman has written: 'Apprenticeship' -- subject(s): Apprenticeship programs, Occupational training 'Making decisions about education and training' 'Vocational training in France and Britain'

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The best way to start a career in chemical engineering is to obtain a college degree in chemical engineering or an associated subject. Larger chemical engineering firms may also have apprenticeship schemes for those who do not wish to go to college.

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With appropriate programs like CAD, or other according to the kind of engineering.

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They all use math because mathis in our everyday lives and in engineering programs you need to calculate different equations

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These would be anything that help to get the project done. They could be graphic programs, engineering programs, or some other options.

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They have many different programs at the University of Pennsylvania. Engineering, architecture, bioengineering, contemporary writing, chemical engineering, art history, and many more.

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First your initial training will consist of an apprenticeship with a engineering or construction firm, or you can go and take the CAD courses in a college as well. http://www.totaljobs.com/Content/Job-descriptions/Engineering/Cad-technician.html

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1.Online Engineering Degree Programs - All Engineering Schools www.allengineeringschools.com/engineering.../online-engineering-d... 2.Top Online Engineering Degree toponlineengineeringdegree.com/

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Accounting, Engineering(except computer engineering, software engineering and electrical engineering), Physics, Chemistry, etc

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Petersons. has written: 'Culinary Schools : More Than 500 Degree And Apprenticeship Programs'

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Most audio engineering programs have specialties in studio engineering, systems engineering, mixing engineering, and recording engineering. A lot of schools specialize in live sound engineering and audio post engineering.

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You would probably want to inquire in Washington State University for that very specific question. I know that they are mentoring women who are enrolled in various Engineering programs such as the Electrical Engineering.