Construction Technologies

Construction Technologies

Overview

The instructor helps a student perform measurements.Construction Technologies program is NCCER accredited, and provides training in the manipulative skills necessary to obtain employment in construction/framing and finishing occupations. Credentials earned through the NCCER curriculum allow students to receive college and industry credits. Students receive in-depth, “on-the-job” experience through a two-year apprentice training program. Instruction includes all types of wood and metal framing construction; a wide variety of exterior finishing and trim installation; interior trim and finishing; cabinet installation; and equipment care and maintenance.

In addition to being trained as entry-level construction field workers, Grant Career Center students have the opportunity to earn up to 24 credit hours from Hocking College or Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.  If students continue their education at Hocking College or Cincinnati State, they can continue their carpentry studies and receive an Associate Degree of Technical Studies in Carpentry/Construction Management.
 
CTAGs
CTS001 Safety OSHA 10 Hour 1 semester hour
Student must successfully complete the OSHA 10 course and apply and be accepted to the college within three years of graduating from a career-technical education institution.
 
CTCON003 Construction Methods and Materials-3 semester hours
Students must complete the course successfully and receive a qualifying score on course exam.Students mist be accepted to the college within three years of graduation from a career-technical program.

Certifications/Credentials
OSHA 10 Hour Certificate, NCCER Core and Level 1

Several students work on building a house.   Program of Study
   Construction Technology – Core and    Sustainable Construction
   Carpentry and Masonry Technical Skills
   Structural Systems
   Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Systems
   2 credits English
   2 credits Math (Algebra 2 and Advanced Math)
   2 credits Science (Chemistry and Environmental Biology)
   2 credits Social Studies (American Government & Elective)
 
 
Career Opportunities
Independent Contractor
Project Manager Assistant
Construction Estimator
Carpenter Journeyman
Industrial Maintenance – Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC
Cabinet Maker/DesignerTwo students work together on a panel box.
Carpenter Apprentice/Carpenter
Construction Foreman

Typical Wages
• Framers $10-20/hour
• Form & Commercial $15-25/hour

Is This You?
• I am a builder
• I work well with my hands
• I have a sense of balance
• I am independent
 
Student Organization
CTCON003 Construction Methods and Materials-3 semester hours
Students must complete the course successfully and receive a qualifying score on course exam.  Students must be accepted to the college within three years of graduation from a career-technical program.



CTCON003 Construction Methods and Materials-3 semester hours
Students must complete the course successfully and receive a qualifying score on course exam.  Students must be accepted to the college within three years of graduation from a career-technical program.
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