The Carpentry program will prepare a student for one of many careers that construct structures and other items from various building materials, with a strong emphasis on construction using wood. Students will learn and apply carpentry skills to a multitude of tasks including building maintenance, cabinet installation, window and door installation, roofing, residential renovations, drywall, framing, and finishing. A strong emphasis will be placed on industry safety regulations and participants will learn to interpret blueprints. Students will learn industry standards and receive certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research curriculum.
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- Certificate of Completion
- Forklift Certification
- NCCER Construction Level I and Level II certification (National Center for Construction Education and Research)
- Ladder Safety Certification (American Ladder Institute)
- HILTI Power Actuator Fastening Certification
Participants who successfully complete this program will
- Learn building layout
- Perform framing skills
- Install a variety of roofing materials
- Install windows and doors
- Install residential trim
- Apply exterior and interior finishes
- Learn to operate a forklift
- Note: Once students successfully complete each module and pass their written and practical tests, their information is recorded in the NCCER National Registry.
- Completed Application
- Be at least 18 yrs. of age
- High School Transcript or GED diploma
- College Transcripts (if applicable)
- Criminal Record Check, FBI Criminal History, Child Abuse History Clearance
- Physical Exam including: 2 step PPD, Drug Screen, Immunizations (MMR, Hepatitis B, Varicella, Flu Vaccine
- Attend student orientation/interview
- 7:45 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.
- Cost: $10,890 plus certification costs
- Type: Full time, Intergenerational