Journeyman papers

Also called a journeyman's license. Certification that, graduated from their training as an apprentice, a worker has acquired a trade skill. With such papers, a worker can travel, and request work in his or her industry, various places. A journeyman is a tradesman or craftsman who has completed an apprenticeship. [1] [2]

See also

The meaning of journeyman has varied over the centuries. In present day U.S., a journeyman has to pass a board certified test, and is then licensed.


  1. ^ Friday, May 10, 2002 The journey to a trade begins as an apprentice Business First of Buffalo - by Jane Schmitt
  2. ^ Friday, October 17, 2003 Family business hand-cuts Czech crystal By DAN RICHMAN SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER REPORTER

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