Careers in the construction industry need employees at all skill levels. To get started, new employees should have training in on the job safety, basic blueprint reading, an understanding of hand and power tools, as well as strong skills in measurement and basic math. Careers in residential and commercial construction are available.  

Industry-recognized credential(s): National Center for Construction Education and Research; OSHA; American Heart Association

Complete in: 6 months or less

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Carpentry IICAR-3124B72 available classes
This course covers the advanced theory and construction methods associated with the building industry including interior finishes, pre-finish flooring and installing drywall. Topics include safety, hand/power tool use, measurement and layout, interior trim and finish, and ot...
Carpentry ICAR-3124A7
Learn the basics of framing by building a storage shed. Students will learn to have a solid grasp of common residential framing practices. In addition, students will be able to layout and construct floor systems, walls and ceilings, install windows and exterior doors, inst...
Core CurriculumCAR-3108K1
Students involved in this course will complete the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) Core Curriculum, the 10-Hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Course in Construction Safety, the American Heart Association (AHA) Cardio-Pul...
A one-day training course that is designed to focus on basic drywall installation. Students will learn to measure, cut, hang and install sheetrock on pre-built wood stud mockups.
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