Students following the study plan below will complete the Carpentry technical diploma in the number of semesters shown.
10-410-110 INTRODUCTION TO CARPENTRY ...the carpentry profession, tools of the trade, job site etiquette and safety, and carpentry math.
10-410-104 FLOOR FRAMING SYSTEMS ...this course teaches all aspects of floor construction and flooring system construction.
10-410-105 WALL FRAMING SYSTEMS ...this course will cover wall building and wall systems from standard wood or metal framing to tip-up pre-cast panels. (Corequisite: 10-410-104, Floor Framing Systems)
10-449-112 OSHA 30 ...addresses OSHA 29CFR1926 rules and is approved by OSHA for construction workers, foremen, job supervisors, and anyone involved in construction trades. Successful participants receive 30-hour card from OSHA.
10-890-101 COLLEGE 101 ...Students will utilize digital tools and resources to assess, explore, practice, apply, and evaluate both employability and learning skills. By establishing NWTC cultural values as hallmarks of success in academic, career, and personal settings the course encourages reflective, personalized development of a growth mindset and emphasizes the importance of making wise choices. To maximize the return on investment, students should take this course in their first semester as it identifies key expectations (hidden rules) of higher learning and professional employment.
10-804-301 VOCATIONAL MATH A ...This course provides the opportunity for the learner to develop the knowledge and skills to apply the concepts of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, measurement, proportions, and percent to their career. (Prerequisite: Accuplacer Arithmetic score greater/equal to 34 AND Rdg score greater/equal to 50; OR ACT Math score greater/equal to 15 AND ACT Rdg score greater/equal to 15; OR preparatory courses-contact academic advisor 920-498-5444)
10-410-108 BUILDING CODES - CARPENTRY ...this course will teach the basic requirements for the erection of buildings inhabited by the public for living, work and pleasure.
10-410-106 ROOF & CEILING FRAMING SYSTEMS ...course will encompass all roof and ceiling systems from trusses to steel to pre-cast concrete. (Corequisite: 10-410-105, Wall Systems)
10-408-120 MASONRY FOR CARPENTERS ...this course will give students basic understanding of mason trades with emphasis on brick, cement and safety for the trade. Careers in masonry will also be discussed.
10-410-112 EXTERIOR BUILDING FINISHES ...building claddings and characteristics, installation techniques, roofing materials and installation.
10-410-113 INTERIOR BUILDING FINISHES ...interior wall finishes and installation techniques, interior trim, door, and hardware characteristics & installation.
10-410-111 CARPENTRY PRINTS & SPECIFICATIONS ...scaling, types of drawings, drawing features, reading carpentry prints, & carpentry specifications. (Prerequisite: 10-410-106 Roof & Ceiling Framing Systems)
10-410-115 CARPENTRY INTERNSHIP ...the application of theory, skills, and techniques in the carpentry profession. (Prerequisite: Instructor approval required)
10-410-114 STAIRS & CABINETS ...layout and installation of stair stringers, treads, and risers; cabinet and counter installation techniques. (Corequisite: Successful completion of 10-410-113, Interior Building Finishes)
10-410-109 CARPENTRY ESTIMATING ...basic material and labor cost estimating related to carpentry construction. (Corequisite: Successful completion of 10-410-111, Carpentry Prints & Specifications)
The credit for 10-890-101 is an Institutional Requirement for graduation. Consequently, it is not part of the program credit requirements, but must be passed with a C or better.
• Display a positive attitude toward the profession.
• Perform general carpentry skills.
• Identify, select, and supervise application of construction materials.
• Read and interpret drawings and specifications.
• Interpret and apply codes, regulations, and contract documents.
• Select and maintain construction site tools and equipment.
• Interpret basic designs and apply sound construction principles.
• Estimate take off quantities and materials and labor necessary to complete a buuilding project.
• Use hand and power tools safely and efficiently.
• Work diligently and productively.
• Work as a productive team member.
• Apply required safety standards in construction.