Carpentry, Technical Certificate
The carpentry program prepares students in the basic skills necessary for all occupations in construction. Students begin their study in nine modules, which include: safety; math; materials; hand and power tools; construction drawings; basic rigging; communication; and employability skills. Students then advance to courses which provide hands-on application of technical knowledge and skills. In these courses students will apply all aspects of basic carpentry and will receive instruction in: technical mathematics; framing; construction materials and selection; job estimating; blueprint reading; foundations and roughing-in; finish carpentry techniques; and applicable codes and standards.
|Required Technical Courses|
|CCP||100||Introductory Craft Skills||3|
|CCP||110||Floors, Walls, Ceiling and Framing||4|
|CCP||115||Roof and Framing||3|
|CCP||120||Windows, Doors and Stairs||3|
|SAF||101||Safety Orientation / OSHA 10||1|
Admission Requirements & Additional Information
WATC is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
The Higher Learning Commission
230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500 • Chicago, IL 60604
www.ncahlc.org • 800.621.7440
Students interested in this program may be eligible to apply for federal financial aid.
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