Most textile, apparel and furnishings workers learn their skills informally on the job, working alongside more experienced workers.
Job training consists of classroom instruction, including practice in making health and sanitation inspections. Further training occurs on the job and through advanced courses. Training length varies depending on specialty. Course content typically includes:
In manufacturing, textile and apparel workers need good hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity, physical stamina and the ability to perform repetitive tasks for long periods. As machinery in the ...
The level of education attained by people currently working in this career.