Tradecraft language is a common basis

Tradecraft language is a common basis

The trade skills, and the language it entails, are learned as we grow from apprentice to journeyman to foreman to master.  These skills need to be kept in good standing, even as we progress from ‘working with the tools’ to working in the office. Our trade skills are the one thing we all have in common. They are the lingua franca that we all speak.

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What is the one thing all plumbing/mechanical journeymen have in common? It is their knowledge of trade skills and the language of the industry we all belon

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