Construction Trades: Carpentry

This award is not eligible for Financial Aid

The Certificate of Competency (CCT) in Construction Trades: Carpentry is designed to provide knowledge, safety and skills in the carpentry construction trade. This program is an introduction to common construction skills to include safety, codes, construction drawings, tools, wall systems, flooring systems, and roof systems. Students can seek employment as carpentry technicians on residential and commercial job sites. A Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Construction Trades: Carpentry is also available. This CCT is embedded in a second CCT and an Associate in Applied Science in Construction Trades that are also available.

Details

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Field of Interest: 
Applied Technology
Type: 
Certificate
Academic Plan: 
Construction Trades: Carpentry (CER)
Academic Plan Code: 
1127N
Total Clock Hours: 
330
Effective term: 
Fall 2020
Notes

This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.

Students must earn a grade of C or better in all courses within the program.

There is an equivalent certificate of completion and equivalent credit-hour courses available.

Required courses
Course #Course TitleClock Hours
Clock Hours:330
CST103Construction Safety13
CST104Hand and Power Tools, Equipment and Workspaces20
CST105Construction Calculations20
CST107Introduction to Construction Drawings13
CST110Carpentry: Flooring Systems81
CST111Carpentry: Wall Systems81
CST112Carpentry: Ceiling Joist and Roof Framing102
Program Competencies
  • Practice Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards in daily work. (CST103, CST104, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Recognize the interrelationships among the construction trades. (CST103, CST104, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Describe the implications of working in construction trades. (CST103, CST104, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Use, maintain and secure materials, tools and equipment according to professional standards. (CST103, CST104, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Maintain the work space according to professional standards. (CST103, CST104, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Interpret construction plans to perform a task. (CST105, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Perform calculations needed for the carpentry trade. (CST104, CST105, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Build wall, roof and floor systems using appropriate materials, codes and tools. (CST103, CST104, CST105, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Demonstrate efficient and quality work. (CST103, CST104, CST105, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Effectively communicate with all stakeholders. (CST103, CST104, CST105, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Effectively work within a team structure. (CST103, CST104, CST105, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)
  • Demonstrate professionalism with conduct and ethics. (CST103, CST104, CST105, CST107, CST110, CST111, CST112)

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