| The purpose of this course is to provide a structure for student success in understanding of the concept and construction of basic wood frame structures. Moreover,students are encouraged to use that success to spark a desire to continue in the trade through further education, apprenticeship, or entry-level construction employment.
Students in this course will demonstrate the ability to:
. Perform and apply safety standards relating to building construction.
. Read and follow instructions and text.
. Use construction related math.
. Identify and correctly label building material and select appropriate usage.
. Apply safe and effective construction techniques with hand and power tools.
. Demonstrate proper rough framing techniques.
. Install exterior finishes.
. Install roof components properly.
. Understand the procedure of reading plans.
. Apply communication skills.
. Exhibit professional attributes.
PM students have the opportunity to attain the 10 hour OSHA safety certificate.
|Realistic work experience will be provided for students.|
|The second yearprovides is a more advanced program that is available to those who qualify.|
There are no prerequisites for this course. A willingness to learn would be very helpful.
This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri from 11:30 am to 1:45 pm for 36 weeks.
This course is held at WCTC in room Building Construction.
Course ID: BC-PM