How to become a shotcreter?
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Becoming a shotcreter requires a combination of on-the-job training and formal education. First, it is important to seek out an apprenticeship opportunity with a shotcrete contracting firm. This will provide the necessary hands-on experience to develop the required skills.
Once you have acquired the necessary experience and knowledge, you should apply for certification through one of the following organizations: American Concrete Institute (ACI), International Network of Certified Shotcrete Professionals (INCSP), or National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA). It is also a good idea to join one of the professional associations related to shotcrete, like the American Shotcrete Association (ASA) or Shotcrete Canada (SC).
Once certified, you can start your own shotcrete business or work for an established contractor. You may also want to gain additional certifications, such as ICRI C-1 or C-4 certifications, which will improve your job prospects.