Basic Construction Skills
This is a 148 hour introductory program that instructs the student in the principles of residential and light commercial construction from the planning and beginning stages all the way to a completed structure. We will cover NC State Building Codes, OSHA Construction Safety, blue print reading, and HRD skills. Classroom and hands on training will include electrical and plumbing rough-ins, house framing, exterior siding, drywall installation, interior trim and many other aspects of building construction. The safe use of various construction tools and equipment will also be covered.
Students will need to supply their own safety glasses, work gloves and hard hat.
Contact Michael Glontz at 336-757-3701 or email@example.com to see if you qualify and to schedule your scholarship orientation. Or complete and submit the form below.
General construction workers will have the skills to help build commercial facilities and residential structures. They will be able to use blueprints and specialized tools and equipment necessary to construct and erect homes and buildings.
Careers are available with contractors, home repair companies, and home builders. These can include general construction or specialized trades.
Students will learn the basic skills needed to produce a residential building from the ground up. They will be able to read and use blueprints, safely use tools and equipment needed for basic construction and understand the NC State building codes that cover the building process. The class will cover carpentry, electrical and plumbing installation, and various other aspects of construction.
Helpful Personal Attributes
Should have the ability to work in a team environment, be organized, detail-oriented, and proficient with hand/eye coordination.
This class is only offered in the summer term.
There are no courses available
Note: Eligible for scholarship funding through the Educational Career Center. Call 336.734.7748, select option 1.
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