BLD101 F22) Carpentry I (180 Hours)

The dates, times, and/or delivery (either in-person and/or remotely) of this class are subject to change due to the impact of COVID-19. All students who register for the class will be contacted via email and/or by phone, if and when, changes are made to this class.  If you are not contacted by the Adult Education office, then this class will run as normally scheduled.

Program of Study is Carpentry. The Carpentry 1 program will enable you to learn and build your skills and confidence to become a carpenter, home remodeler or handyman.  What is learned in class is applied hands on as students will be building an 8' X 8' house.  Course work will provide coverage in hand and power tools, tool and jobsite safety, building materials, carpentry math, blueprint reading, material estimating, footings and foundations, floor framing, wall framing (to include door and window openings), wall sheathing, ceiling joist, gable (common) roof rafters and the interpretation of building codes.



Additional Information:
Course cost does not include textbooks. Textbook Purchase Required: Modern Carpentry, 12th Edition, ISBN-13: 978-1631260834/ISBN-10: 9781631260834.