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    The construction industry is booming with over 5% growth each year and not enough workers to meet the demand. In this program, students gain knowledge in reading blueprints and detailed drawings, perform construction mathematics and train in carpentry, electricity, masonry, and plumbing. By the time you finish at Tech High, you will have volunteered with Habitat for Humanity and gained the knowledge to obtain the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) and OSHA certifications.

     

    Industry Certifications:

    • NCCER Certifications in Construction Technology
    • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety
    • AHA American Heart Association CPR
    • First Aid

     

     

    8722000

    CIP #- 0646041506

    6 Credits

    A

    8722010

    Building Trades & Construction Design Technology 1

    1 Credit

     

    8722020

    Building Trades & Construction Design Technology 2

    1 Credit

     

    8722030

    Building Trades & Construction Design Technology 3

    1 Credit

    B

    8722040

    Building Trades & Construction Design Technology 4

    1 Credit

    C

    8722050

    Building Trades & Construction Design Technology 5

    1 Credit

    D

    8722060

    Building Trades & Construction Design Technology 6

    1 Credit

     

    8700400

    Architecture and Construction Coop Educ (OJT)

    Multi Credit

     

    8700100

    Architecture and Construction Directed Study

    Multi Credit

     

    *School insurance is required for Construction Technology students.

     

    Building Trades & Construction Design Technology

       Course #

    1200310 - 60

    Credit

    1 to 6

      Grade Level: 

     9 - 12

    Length

    1 Year Each Level

    The purpose of this program is to develop the competencies essential to the building construction industry.  These competencies include skills and knowledge related to safety practices, understanding all aspects of the industry, the use of hand and power tools, employability skills, human relations and leadership skills, related construction theory, communication and computer skills; construction components, materials and hardware,  blueprints, specifications, and construction documents, entrepreneurship, building codes and regulations, and CAD drawings and construction documents.

    In addition, students will be provided with hands on skills in the carpentry, masonry, electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, painting and decorating trades.

     


     

    Architecture & Construction Cooperative Education (OJT)

       Course #

    8700400

    Credit

    2 Credits per Year

      Grade Level: 

     11 - 12

    Length

    1 - 2 Years

    The purpose of this course is to provide occupational training in an employment setting. This course may be taken by a student for one or more  semesters. A student may earn up to two Credits per year in this course.  The specific student performance standards which the student must achieve to earn Credit must be listed on the OJT training plan.


     

    Architecture & Construction Directed Study

       Course #

    8700100

    Credit

    Multiple

      Grade Level: 

     11 - 12

    Length

    1 - 2 Years

    The purpose of this course is to provide students with additional experiences in an Industrial Education course that will enhance their opportunities for employment in the occupation chosen by the student.

    Prerequisite:  May be taken only after completing specific secondary Industrial Education course.