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trades·per·son

 (trādz′pûr′sən)
n.
1. A person who practices a manual trade.
2. A person engaged in retail trade; a merchant.

tradesperson

(ˈtreɪdzˌpɜːsən)
n, pl -people
a skilled worker
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The SATCC can determine if there is a Senior Qualified Tradesperson with a significant amount of knowledge and workplace experience in the trade to supervise an apprentice.
So when choosing a builder or other construction trade it is important that you ensure you are using a competent tradesperson as the cost of resolving issues is a lot more than we imagine.
After beating thousands of entries, Darren Lawton is now on the road to Wembley Stadium for the final of Britain's Top Tradesperson.
The push for domestic manufacturing has created a ready-made need for skilled labor, yet only one skilled tradesperson is entering the workforce for every four who retire," said Sara Staggs, Director of Divisional Operations at Aerotek.
The worthy winner carries away the title of Britain's Top Tradesperson and will also win the keys to a brand new Toyota Proace or Hilux worth PS30,000 with all the gadgets they need.
People worried about their property or trees are urged to call a tradesperson themselves for an objective assessment.
If you're a tradesperson or a DIY home decorator, make sure Orion Paints on Knowsley Industrial Estate, Kirkby, Liverpool is your first port of call.
Their expertise extends to wood or composite sundecks and aluminum railing and awnings too, and like any quality tradesperson they're happy to discuss design options and materials with you in advance of starting your job.
Yes, it is definitely hard to find a good tradesperson - even the ones who are good at their jobs can often be unreliable or unwilling to answer their phone when you need them.
There are six categories to enter - Small Business of the Year, Start-Up of the Year, Innovation of the Year, Contribution to the Community, Entrepreneur of the Year and Tradesperson of the Year.
have an offer of employment in Canada or a certificate of qualification from a province or territory to ensure that applicants are "job ready" upon arrival; meet a basic language requirement; have a minimum of two years of work experience as a skilled tradesperson, to ensure that the applicant has recent and relevant practice as a qualified journeyman; and have the skills and experience that match those set out in the National Occupational Classification (NOC B) system, showing that they have performed the essential duties of the occupation.
ISLAMABAD -- Council for Works and Housing Research (CWHR) has established a skill development training center for training of tradesperson to impart training in different fields of housing and works to enhance the capabilities of construction industry.