These courses can help you develop skills towards gaining an apprenticeship as a Millwright. Millwrights generally acquire their skills and knowledge through apprenticeship training and/or learning on-the-job.
Millwrights commonly work in industrial repair shops, industrial plants, production facilities, recreational establishments and natural resource industries. They often work in close association with other trade personnel such as electricians, welders, pipefitters, instrument technicians and machinists. Due in part to their versatility, Millwrights have a wealth of employment opportunities, with good prospects for advancement into supervisory positions.