Real Life Guide: Carpentry & Cabinet-making by Dee Pilgrim
  

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Real Life Guide: Carpentry & Cabinet-making by Dee Pilgrim

The massive rise in interest in DIY and house decoration has raised the profile of the carpenter, and with changes in the trade there is now a shortage of woodworking skills. Workers skilled in carpentry and cabinet-making will be assured of constant employment, and professionals are highly paid for their craft. Breaking down the tools of the trade, and featuring real case studies, this book lays out the varied career options available. Giving you a realistic insight into all aspects of the industry, as well as work experience and qualifications, this book gives all the information you need to determine whether this is the right career for you. Real Life Guides are practical guides for practical people. Each guide looks in detail at what it takes to train for, get into and be successful at a wide range of hands-on careers. Real Life Guides aim to inform and inspire you by providing comprehensive yet hard-hitting information about what it takes to succeed in these fields.

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Format

Paperback
88 pages

Author

Dee Pilgrim
More books by Dee Pilgrim

Publisher

Trotman & Co Ltd an imprint of Crimson Publishing
www.crimsonpublishing.co.uk

Publication date

15th March 2008

ISBN

9781844551538


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