If we turn to the history of the emergence of the profession, it is worth mentioning that the word “technician” in translation from Greek means “art”. That is, in those days, those who did something with their own hands belonged to this profession.
And only with the flourishing of various technical means and devices, those who create various mechanisms and technical units became technicians.
With the development of mankind, the demand for professional specialists in the technical field is growing.
And despite the fact that every year the number of technicians is added, the demand in the labor market for such employees is not decreasing, but rather growing. And if you believe the forecasts, then the demand for this profession will rapidly increase in the near future.
According to the electronic resource Wikipedia, a technician is a person who will have a specialized education, most often secondary specialized and somewhat less higher, and whose tasks include maintenance, prevention and repair of various equipment.
Such a specialist is a higher category, leading to an intermediate stage between a simple worker and an engineer.
Therefore, everything that a technician does is included in the description of the service personnel, without which it simply will not be possible to fully use various technical means and equipment. It is for this reason that it is very important that all involved specialists have all the necessary knowledge and skills to help them work.
Now let's take a look at what a technician does in his working days. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that all the work of a specialist is based on interaction with various techniques and mechanisms.
Over the past decades, many bas-reliefs and facade sculptures of the capital's houses have been lost. Some of them collapsed from time to time, while others fell victim to the builders who decided to restore them without having any skills. Their creepy concrete faces and bodies immediately became the heroes of Muscovites' posts on social networks. However, there were people who are gradually changing the situation. MOSLENTA found out from restorers Dmitry Levin and Oleg Kabakin how they restored the Atlanteans who had fallen down on the Yermolova theater building, restored the historical appearance of the sculpture “Worker” damaged by plasterers on the tower of the Pekin Hotel and the bas-relief of house 1 in Sverchkov Lane.
Oleg Kabakin, restorer
As for the distorted faces of facade sculptures that appear in social networks, and the clumsy elements on the facades of buildings. I would not say that this is a sign of the times associated with the fact that many construction companies employ migrant labor, who, shall we say, are limited in their education. This is not always the case.
The real reason is that the information field has become wider now: when we see this, we can immediately share.
Such incidents have always appeared, and there have been before. The fact that now there are more of them is due to the fact that a lot of restoration work is underway. After all, some buildings stood without restoration for 30-35 years, from the Brezhnev era.
Why is this happening? This is not vandalism, because the objects we are talking about are high and inaccessible from the ground. Natural factors destroy them: weathering, precipitation. Microcracks appear, water gets into them, because most of these sculptures are not even made of concrete - they are alabaster, gypsum. The materials are soft, even though they were previously impregnated with all sorts of compounds like drying oil. Over time, everything collapses: a bas-relief or sculpture begins to float. And there was such a Soviet practice - to take and paint. It seems like a little white one looks more neat.
Accordingly, people go out to the facade, start to work: to restore traction, plaster slopes, surfaces - there is still an understandable task. But when it comes to architectural elements - facade sculpture - everything is more complicated. It would be more logical if people turned at least for advice to competent specialists: sculptors, ideally, restorers in order to understand in what situation and where to move.
And this is how the faces of the Bronze Age appear, not modernity. Non antique profiles. Situations arise, as in Sverchkov lane, house 1. There are several ladies' heads on the facade of the building, and one of them from the team that worked at the facility before us decided to correct the face.
Florist sells flowers and ornamental plants, arranges bouquets, creates floral arrangements from organic and inorganic materials for special occasions and events that involve flower arrangements. He is able to harmoniously combine shapes and colors to create personalized creations that meet the needs and tastes of the client. A flower specialist is not exempt from all those practical tasks that floristry covers: caring for flowers and plants, design, merchandising, home delivery.
Florist (profession) description:
The florist's day, in addition to direct work with flowers, is dedicated to such duties as:
Growing flowers is at the discretion of gardeners; some of them have contracts with florists to deliver flowers.
How to Become a Florist from Scratch - General Requirements:
To comprehend the profession, it is advisable to take professional training courses for florists, providing theoretical and practical knowledge necessary for retailing flowers and ornamental plants and drawing up flower arrangements. Examples of topics to explore: flower and plant conservation, floristic tools and materials, flower supply channels, marketing and visual merchandising for a flower shop, corporate identity, flower packaging techniques, such as floral design (floristry) using fresh, dry, artificial and canned flowers.
Professionals should know a lot about the symbolism of the flowers they work with: what flower, any ornamental plant has a particular meaning in certain cultures, as well as its color. This knowledge is extremely important when organizing flower arrangements for events such as weddings, funerals.
List of Flower Professions