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This program will introduce students to safety practices, tools, and equipment uses/operations needed for frame carpentry. Students will learn to estimate materials, read building plans, rough framing, and other skills needed to work in various areas of the construction industry. The Carpentry program also has a second year high school option, with concentration in masonry.


Direct-Teacher Led Class
SOC Code: 47-2031.01

Application Process

Tuition Waiver

College Credit


Frame Carpenter
NCCER Carpentry-Level I
NCCER Core Construction
OSHA 10 – Construction
Forklift Training
Manlift Training



Concrete Concepts and Becoming a Crew Leader 120
Construction Math and Drawings, Concepts, and Floor Systems 120
Envelope Systems, Stair Layout, and Basic Employability Skills 120
Introduction to Carpentry, Carpentry Safety, and Tools of the Trade 120
Wall Systems, Ceiling, and Roof Framing 120
Ceilings, Trim, Site Layout, Welding Concepts, and Career Readiness 120
Quality Control, Drawings, Steel Framing, Workplace Safety, and Moisture Protection 120
Roofing Applications, Doors, Drywall, and Career Readiness 120




SkillsUSA is a national organization serving teachers and high school and adult students who are preparing for careers in technical, skilled and service occupations, and for further education. SkillsUSA provides opportunities for students to enhance their personal and leadership qualities through individual and group projects and through skill competitions which are held on local, state, and national levels.




Billy Moore, NCCER