This certificate is designed to prepare the student for entry-level positions in the occupational specialty of residential carpentry. The Certificate of Competency in Residential Carpentry will be awarded upon successful completion of the competencies as outlined below. Students who complete the program will be prepared to seek positions as entry-level carpenters. The program focuses on carpentry involving basic carpentry processes. Relevant theory and skills in solving basic mathematical problems, blueprint reading, and the safe use of hand tools, power tools and other equipment and materials of the trade will be addressed.
Upon successful completion of this program, the student should be able to:
|CPT 100 - Introduction to Carpentry||4|
|CPT 101 - Concepts of Carpentry Design||4|
|CPT 200 - Advanced Framing Design||4|
|TCS 100 - Construction Blueprint Reading||3|
|OCS 102 - International Code Council (Uniform Constuction Code)||3|
|CPT 160 - Introduction to Roofing and Siding||4|
|CPT 260 - Advanced Roofing and Siding||4|
|CPT 153 - Advanced Furniture Building||2|
|CPT 150 - Introduction to Cabinetmaking||2|
|CPT 151 - Furniture Building||2|
|CPT 152 - Home Remodeling/Additions||2|
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In compliance with Higher Education Act 2008, click here to obtain information about tuition and fees, and other information associated with Delaware County Community College Gainful Employment programs.