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The Northern Nevada Apprenticeship Coordinators Association has been selected by the Reno Awards Program for the 2013 award in Employment Training Services classification.
What do Painters do and what are the Allied trades?
This is the area of the construction industry that is commonly called the finishing trades being as the work performed by the professionals is usually at the end of a project. Along with painters, this trade contains drywall finishers, wall coverers, glaziers, glass workers, floor covering installers, sign makers, display workers, convention and show decorators and more. Workers must be able to operate a variety of hand and power tools. These workers’ skills are in high demand at every construction project, both residential and commercial.
There are three programs, each taking a different time frame to complete: Painters, four years; drywall finishers, three years; and floor coverers, three years. There are different pay ranges for each field, but they are similar. Floorcoverings began at more than $12/hour and the other two programs begin at just under $11/hour. Journey-level workers in the three areas all make in the $23-25/hour range. Additional benefits like medical, dental and vision insurance and a retirement pension increase the total wage value. Applications are taken year ‘round. They may be obtained at the Painters & Allied Trades Apprenticeship Training Center at 1196 Telegraph Street in Reno.
For more information contact:
1196 Telegraph, Reno NV 89502
Phone: 323-0567 Fax: 356-8522
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