Building Trades


Building Trades

Instructor: Doug Anderson

PROGRAM LENGTH:

  • 2½ * CTE Credits Per Year
  • Total of 3½ * Credits issued per year
  • 1 Credit CTE Math for a 2 Year Program
  • 1 Credit CTE Science for a 2 Year Program

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Students will experience a comprehensive survey of the building trades through such topics as Industry and Site Safety Regulations, Design and Layout, Masonry and Concrete, Residential Carpentry, Residential Electrical Systems, Residential Plumbing Systems, Prefabrication and Modular Concepts, Energy-Efficient Construction Techniques and Contemporary Materials and Equipment. Through both on-site and remote location projects, graduates will be prepared for direct entry into both the workforce and post-secondary programs.

UNITS OF INSTRUCTION :

JUNIOR YEAR


•Safety
•Framing & Sheathing
•Measurement
•Hand & Power Tools
•Roofing
•Siding
•Exterior Finish & Trim
•Windows & Doors
•Basic Electrical
•Basic Plumbing
•Insulation
•Interior Framing & Trim
•Stairs

SENIOR YEAR


•Masonry & Concrete
•Advanced Framing
•Residential Wiring
•Residential Plumbing
•Cabinets & Woodworking
•Decks
•Site Layout
•Wood Flooring
•Employment
•Senior Woodworking
Project
•Forklift Certification
•CDL Class B Instruction

SKILL BASE NECESSARY FOR ENTRANCE INTO THE PROGRAM

Recommended - Ninth Grade Reading and Math Levels

ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS (subject to change)

SUNY Delhi: - CARP 130 Light Frame Construction Theory (3 cr.), CARP 150 Finish Carpentry Theory (3 credits)     

Fulton – Montgomery Community College: - CT 122 Framing I (3 credits), CT 123 Framing II (3 credits), CT 124 Blueprint Reading (1 credit), CT 225 Masonry (3 credits)

SUNY Alfred: - BLCT 1022 Wood Fabrication Technology I (2 credits), BLCT 1132 Estimating I (2 credits), BLCT 1142 Masonry I (2 credits), BLCT 1021 College and Life Skills (1 credit), BLCT 3423 Pipe Fitting-Math Estimating (3 cr.), BLCT 3453 Plumbing Trade History and Safety (3 cr.), *Course proficiency form (blank copy) at NCOC

Pennsylvania College of Technology: - Advanced credit is available when required competencies are met in the program offered by Penn College which is directly related to the students’ high school studies. Student must apply within two academic years following high school graduation. Conditions, procedures, competencies required for advanced placement can be found at http://www.pct.edu/k12/ or in the current college catalog http://www.pct.edu/catalog/ Reviewed every 5 years.

Bryant & Stratton College: - BUSS 100 Business Principles (3 credits)

FEES/SUPPLIES

All safety equipment and tools used are provided by the program.