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Carpentry

 

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CIP Code: 46.0201

Instructor: Mr. Carroll

For the future building trades person, or builder, the Carpentry program will teach students the fundamentals of residential construction including hand and power tools, wood and wood products, fasteners, blueprints, codes and building layout, concrete form construction, floor, wall and ceiling framing, scaffolds, ladders and sawhorses, roof framing, windows and doors, roofing, siding and decks, insulation and wall finish, interior finishes, stair framing and finish, cabinets and countertops, as well as having free time to work on projects of their choosing. At the end of the program, a student job-readiness and mastery of skills will be measured based on testing and state standards.

Carpentry students at work, photo 1      Carpentry students at work, photo 2      Carpentry students at work, photo 3 

 

 Competencies 

 Possible Careers 

  • Carpenter
  • Vocational Education Teachers, Postsecondary
  • Career/Technical Education Teachers, Secondary School
  • First-Line Supervisor of Construction Trades & Extraction Workers

 Potential Certifications 

  • PA Skills Certificate (NOCTI)
    OSHA 10

 Statewide Articulation Agreements