Can an apprentice bid for a job? One guy told me that he's going to bid for a job. This made me laugh, because I never heard of it. I mean: What about insuring his work. Can an apprentice bid against contractors?
Why shouldn't an apprentice be allowed to bid?. Provided that someone checks it before it is submitted. I regularly get apprentices to do a sort of draft quote for jobs, to see how much they've picked up about wiring, etc. It's the only way to teach them, actually doing it!.
Re: You tell me?#25892 05/22/0301:34 AM05/22/0301:34 AM
Here in Virginia, you have to have a contractors license to even pull a permit. To have a contractors license, you have to have a master license. This applies to all jobs $1,000 and above but you still have to have a masters to pull permits.
Re: You tell me?#25894 05/22/0307:12 AM05/22/0307:12 AM
I said the same thing Trump! It made me laugh to hear an apprentice actually stating such a thing. Heck, we would all be doing it! What's the use of working for someone else, if we can bit as apprentice! LOL OH well!