Courses‎ > ‎

3rd year

This course focuses on application of construction fundamentals with instruction in depth. Students will construct a shed, greenhouse, cabin or related structures. Students will demonstrate their application of construction technology standards and knowledge. The profits from sales of the structures will be used to support the program. In addition, students will develop a network with potential employers and other students. This course focuses on Framing Carpentry:

Framing Carpentry courses provide students with much of the same knowledge as general carpentry courses (knowledge of various types and grades of woods, proper and safe use of hand and power tools, and site selection and preparation), but place a special emphasis on construction methods applicable to floor, wall, roof, and/or stair framing. Course content may also include insulation installation and painting. Prerequisites: C (75%) or above in both courses, Construction Careers Exploration and Carpentry.