Available Courses:

Residential / Commercial Carpenter v.1 

Course ID: AC003-0058

The Carpentry program is designed to prepare students for the entry-level apprentice positions in the fields of residential and commercial construction. Students power tools, materials and estimating, site layout and plan reading. Students also learn the latest techniques interior trim as well as cabinets and doors. The Carpentry program is recognized by the Associated General Contractors of America, The home Builders Institute, and the National Center for Construction Education and research.

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Course NameHours
Construction Core120
Intro to Carpentry30
Building Materials, Fasteners & Adhesives15
Hand & Power Tools15
Plan Readings & Elevations30
Floor Systems30
Wall & Celing Framing60
Roof Framing30
Intro to Windows & Exterior Doors15
Concrete & Reinforcing Materials15
Roofing Applications60
Working in the Green Environment15
Exterior Finishing45
Workforce Staging30
Residential Exterior Trim & Roof60
Metal Stud Framing45
Installation of Interior Doors15
Windows, Doors, Floors, & Ceiling Trim30
Cabinet Installation30
Drywall Installation45
Drywall Finishing45
Suspended Ceilings30
Basic Finishing Techniques15
Residential Plans & Drawing Interpretations15
Site Layout 1-Distance Measurement & Leveling30
Light Equipment in Construction15
Metal Building Concepts15
Becoming a Crew Leader15
Workforce Connection120

Fees (Adults Only)
Full-Time Tuition$930 / semester
Half-Time Tuition$465 / semester
Total Est. Tuition Cost$2,325
Financial Aid
Pell Grant/OTAG
Tribal Assistance
Certifications Available
Forklift Training

Todd Ogden
390-5320 ext. 320