Course DescriptionPre-Apprenticeship Carpentry Training Part A Learn to use the right tools for the job on entry-level carpentry skills. Explore job site safety concepts. Interpret construction drawings and written specifications in accordance with construction building codes. Learn use and handling of lumber, masonry, composite building materials, engineered building materials, fasteners, anchors and adhesives. Distinguish between flooring systems, components and methods for construction. Obtain OSHA General Construction certification. $1959 includes $859 fee. Corequisites: CIT-302 Pre-Apprenticeship Carpentry Training Part B, and NRN-332 Heartsaver CPR/First Aid. Note: Cost includes instruction, textbook and supplies. There are additional costs for NRN-332, HeartSaver CPR/First Aid.
Learner OutcomesIdentify and describe the proper methods of use and handling for lumber, masonry, composite building materials, engineered building materials, fasteners, anchors, and adhesives: Identify and demonstrate safe use and maintenance of PPE, hand and power tools; Interpret construction drawings and written specifications in accordance with construction building codes; Distinguish between flooring systems including components and methods for the constructions using common lumber and/or engineered building materials; Employ mathmatic calculations including basic operations, geometric principles, and algebric processes to estimate, measure, and layout materials.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Pre-Appenticeship General Carpentry : Open Enrollment
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