The Carpentry Program has been designed to instruct students in all types of house construction and remodeling. Students will be exposed to site and foundation layout work, house framing as projects dictate, as well as exterior and interior finish carpentry. Students can expect to work with wood as well as a variety of other building and finishing materials, and become familiar with modern methods and styles of commercial and residential construction.
Carpenters comprise the largest group of building trade workers. They have the greatest opportunities to become general construction supervisors because of their experience with the entire construction process. Students will gain experience working with plastic laminate and millwork associated with the construction of items such as kitchen cabinets, vanities, and other built-ins. Job opportunities in this field are projected to continue to grow.
|Skills and Competencies: Tri-County Training||Tri-County Diploma or On-The-Job Training||Two-Year or Four-Year College Majors|
|Print Reading, Estimation and Measuring
Set-Up, Operate and Maintain Power Equipment
Framing Floors, Walls, Ceilings, and Roofs
Interior and Exterior Trim and Wood Doors
Fabricate Counters, Stair Work, Casework and Windows
Concrete Form Work and Pouring
Roofing and Siding
Rough & Finish Carpenter
Certifications: 10-Hour OSHA Construction Safety Course Certification, NAHB - National Association of Home Builders
Articulation Agreements: Massachusetts Community Colleges, New England Institute of Technology, Wentworth Institute: Construction Materials and Methods Massachusetts, Maritime Academy (Academic Prerequisites)