Objective of Field
The Construction Technology curriculum provides excellent preparation for those whose career goals include becoming a Carpenter, Electrician, Plumber, Mason, Equipment Operator, Architect, Foreman, Project Manager, Estimator, Project Engineer, Heavy Highway Worker, and Business Owner.
- Students will work in groups to build a one-story home
- Students will also work on various projects from cabinetry to assorted types of finish work
- 10 Hour Construction OSHA Card
- 10 Hour General Industry OSHA Card
- Career Connection (Residential Construction)
- Forklift Certification
- National Home Builders Association
- Tool Safety
- Materials and Fasteners
- Exterior Finish
- Interior Finish
- Stair Framing
- Cabinets and Countertops
- Residential Electrical
- Residential Plumbing
Employment in the Construction Trades is projected to grow 20 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. Population growth should result in new-home construction—the largest segment employing carpenters—which will stimulate the need for many new workers. Demand for Contractors and Technicians is expected to be driven by home remodeling needs as well.
The need to repair and replace roads and bridges also will spur some employment growth for those in the trades. Much of this growth, however, depends on spending by federal and state governments as they attempt to upgrade existing infrastructure. Construction of factories and powerplants also may result in some new jobs.
Construction of factories and powerplants also may result in some new jobs.
2-Year Associates Degree
4-Year Union Apprentice
Entry-Level Carpenter Roofer
Building Construction Technology
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