Carpentry



Carpentry Class


Carpenters deal with the construction of buildings, using assorted materials such as metal, wood, stone, brick, glass, or concrete.  They make up one of the largest groups of skilled workers.  Program instruction is provided in the basic skills of carpentry, masonry, cost estimating, cutting, fitting, fastening, and finishing various materials. Students will use a variety of tools, learn print reading, and follow technical specifications.

 

An individual completing this program could pursue the following career paths:

·Carpenter                       

·Block Layer                    

·Concrete Work              

·Roofer    

·Dry Waller                      

·Building Estimator         

·Building Inspector         

·Code Enforcer                

·Siding Contractor          

·Construction Management

 

 

Some examples of opportunities for Postsecondary Education:

 

 

Dual Enrollment Credits Offered in Program:

 

Penn College of Technology BCT103, Construction Hand and Power Tools

 

Additional Articulation Agreements:

 

Triangle Tech Articulation Agreement

 

 

Industry Recognized Certifications:

NCCER Residential Carpentry, American Ladder Institute, S/P2 Construction, Career Safe OSHA 10

Additional Links/Information:

 

46.9999 Construction Trades

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