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Carpentry (High School)

Carpentry (High School)

  • Specialization: Carpentry (High School)
    • Carpentry Fundamentals

      This course is an introduction to the building process, with an emphasis on project-based learning. Topics include an introduction to safety, employability skills, career development, sustainability, and new and emerging technologies in building construction.This course is an introduction to the building process, with an emphasis on project-based learning. Topics include an introduction to safety, employability skills, career development, sustainability, and new and emerging technologies in building construction.

      Course Code: CAR-130
      Grade Level: 8585 20S
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 110

    • Framing

      This course introduces the framing process for wall and roof construction. Topics include wall, window, and door layout, assembly, and erection; basic roof calculations, layout, assembly, and installation; and wall and roof sheathing.

      Course Code: CAR-230
      Grade Level: 9189 30S
      Course Requirements: Carpentry Fundamentals

      Hours: 110

    • Surveying and Concrete

      This course focuses on the initial stages of the building construction process. Students learn about concrete products as well as surveying equipment and processes. Topics include surveying and site layout, excavations, concrete science and placement, and footings and foundations.

      Course Code: CAR-280
      Grade Level: 9191 40S
      Course Requirements: Carpentry Fundamentals

      Hours: 110

    • Interior and Exterior Finishing

      This course introduces the materials and processes used in interior and exterior finishing. Topics include an introduction to the building envelope; layout and installation of wall, ceiling and roof coverings; installation of windows and doors; procedures for flooring; and sustainability. Students develop their knowledge and skills in building construction and finishing.

      Course Code: CAR-250
      Grade Level: 9190 30S
      Course Requirements: Carpentry Fundamentals

      Hours: 110

    • Applied Carpentry

      This course provides students with opportunities to synthesize newly acquired skills, knowledge and attitudes to complete carpentry projects. Topics include advanced blueprinting and building a structure.

      Course Code: CAR-260
      Grade Level: 9194 40S
      Course Requirements: Interior and Exterior Finishing,Surveying and Concrete,Framing

      Hours: 110

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