Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing and Masonry


Courses Offered

Industry Fundamentals and Occupational Safety

Introduction to Construction

Carpentry I

Construction (Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, Masonry)

The Construction pathway provides instruction related to careers in designing, planning, managing, building, and maintaining the built environment. The Carpentry pathway is designed to provide students with practical information regarding safety, advanced power tools and stationary machinery related to the construction industry. The Electrical pathway provides a program through which students learn the theoretical information regarding various conductors and properties, types of insulation, termination principles, and Ohm's Law calculations. The Masonry pathway provides students an opportunity to demonstrate theoretical competency in general estimating of masonry materials, concrete footings, paving applications, masonry steps, flue chimney building codes, and various concrete applications. The Plumbing pathway is designed to provide students with information regarding safety, beginning with Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) electrical safety, and the safe use of power and hand tools. These pathways culminate with an opportunity for students in an NCCER Industry Certified program to earn credentials or take the SkillsUSA Work Force Ready exam in Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, or Masonry.

Career Opportunities
• General Contractor/Builder
• Specialty Contractor
• Construction Engineer/Manager
• Project Manager
• Construction Foreman
• Project Inspector
• Manufacturer’s Representative
• Sales and Marketing Manager
• Equipment and Material Manager
• Safety Director
• Construction Inspector
• Subcontractor
• Preservationist
• Field Supervisor
• Specialty Trades Subcontractor
• Construction Craft Laborer
• Carpenter