Interested in Becoming a Handyman?

There are schools that provide light training and others that provide certification. Some pay you as you learn. You can be a handyman doing light jobs (read occupational code) until you get your certification, if you choose to become certified. Get started. Consult the following: (12-week program [free training], drug test, character references)

Raoul, (313) 587-4913, (bricklaying plus information about other trades)

Melody, (313) 779-1666, information to become a plumber

(313) 719-9921 (information about learning trades)

Consult the Michigan Occupational Code (excerpt on separate page): Act 299 of 1980

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