Construction Technology Phase II- Frederick
Who can attend?
You will learn to:
- Work in all aspects of residential and commercial construction, including estimating, framing, roofing, and interior finishing
- Work individually and in teams to design and construct meaningful projects for the community
- Operate a wide range of professional power tools to complete projects in the shop and at the work site
|Frederick - Branch Campus|
The construction technician career major is an introduction to the safety practices, tools and equipment, trade related math, blueprint reading and job opportunities in the construction industry. Students will be able to perform all course work related to handling, placing, and finishing concrete. Basic wood framing, concrete form building, roofing applications, thermal and moisture protection, exterior finishing, CNC design and operation, safety practices, general construction tools and equipment uses/operations. Basic introduction will be covered in the following trade areas, residential electrical services, safety, drain waste and vent systems, plastic pipe and fittings, copper pipe and fittings. Students will receive "hands-on" experience building on-site portable buildings and various community service projects as well as general maintenance projects on campus.
The following list is associated with the approved SOC (Standard Occupational Classification) for this program and does not necessarily represent immediate opportunities; additional training may be required for some options listed.
Carpenter, Construction Carpenter, Cabinet Maker, Carpenter Foreman, Carpentry Foreman, Construction Worker, Foreman, Framer - Approximate pay potential: $13 - $28 per hour. (O*NET source: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/47-2031.00)
Class Meets: Monday - Friday
AM Session: 8:00am-11:00am
PM Session: 12:15am-3:15pm
1000 hours - 9 months to complete
Cost of Attendance Summary
Post-secondary (Adult) Students
- Tuition: $2,500.00
- Misc. Expenses: $145.00