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The best way for glaziers to learn their trade is by completing an apprenticeship program. Requirements for admission to apprenticeship programs are set by the local administrators of each program. Typically, applicants need to be high school graduates, at least 18 years old, in good physical condition, with proven mechanical aptitude. Some previous high school or vocational school courses in applied mathematics, shop, blueprint reading, and similar subjects are desirable as preparation for work in glazing occupations.
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