TRADES & SKILLED LABOUR
Auto mechanics use diagnostic software and mechanical skills to maintain, repair and modify cars, vans, motorbikes, lorries and coaches.
Bakers are food workers who create breads and other baked goods, such as cookies, cakes, pies and pastries.
Beauticians are responsible for enhancing their clients’ appearances by offering them face and body beauty treatments, such as waxing, manicure, pedicure, eyelash and brow tinting, massage and make-up application, and advising them on beauty care.
Caterers are food preparers who are hired to cook, arrange and serve food at locations outside a restaurant setting. Most often their services will be secured for special events such as wedding receptions, business luncheons and large parties.
Chefs are responsible for training and managing kitchen personnel, supervising and coordinating all culinary activities, and making the administrative decisions for a restaurant.
A commercial diver is someone who has been trained as an advanced diver and is able to perform a wide range of tasks related to underwater industrial construction.
A construction foreman supervises and coordinates the work of a crew of workers on building projects that range from small projects employing only a few people to massive projects employing many.
Crane operators lift and transport heavy materials and equipment to and from higher and lower levels at locations such as building and construction sites, wharves and shipyards.
Electricians install, connect, test and maintain electrical systems for a variety of purposes, including lighting, climate control, security, communications and electronic controls for machines.
Fashion designers create clothes, accessories and shoes for consumers.
Florists, or floral designers, use their creativity and knowledge of plants and flowers to design and assemble flower arrangements such as bouquets, sprays, wreaths and vases of flowers
Hairstylists perform a variety of basic hair care services for customers, like trimming, cutting, buzzing and styling.
Horse trainers, also called equine trainers, work with horses to prepare them for riders, races, trail work and horse shows.
Jewellery designers plan the style and pattern of jewellery, silverware and other decorative metalwork products.
A make-up artist is an artist that uses human skin as a canvas and make-up as a medium.
Plumbers are called in to install, repair and examine piping systems that are used for moving water, sewage and gases in and out of buildings.
A rope access operator works in hard-to-reach areas without the benefit of a scaffold or a work platform. The key word for these highly-trained specialists is safety.
Taxidermists are artists of sorts that prepare skins of birds, mammals, reptiles and fish to create lifelike 3-D representations for display in museums, or as trophies and memorials.
Technical sales engineers combine technical knowledge with sales skills to provide advice and support on a range of complex products and services.
Welders are tradespeople who specialise in fabricating products by joining together materials like steel, brass, stainless steel and aluminum.