Carpentry

In the Carpentry program, students construct a house from the basement to the roof. This program concentrates on craftsmanship in framing, floors, trim, cabinetry, and finish work. First year students are involved in building sheds, garages and second year students build a house. Students learn teamwork and participate in budgeting, purchasing, and estimating to prepare for careers in contracting. This experience has direct links to the local union apprenticeship program, DMACC and other training programs after graduating from high school.



Students have an opportunity to earn a ten-hour OSHA card for general construction, certify in Lead Safe Work Practices, Powder Actuated Tools and learn to drive a skid loader.

Prerequisites: Woodworking Tech. or Fundamentals recommended. Grades: 10-11-12

All students interested in enrolling in one of the Advance Career Programs at Central Campus can learn more about enrollment here.

College Credits Available *

Program DMACC Course Code DMACC Course DMACC Credits
Home Building
Year 1 CON336 Care & Use Hand/Power Tools 1
CON337 Construction Blueprint Reading 1
CON333 Materials/Construction Theory 5
Year 2 CON338 Materials Takeoff 1
CON334 Construction Techniques 7
* Central Campus is always evaluating the best college credit opportunities for our students. Please check with the Counseling Office or the instructors with any questions.