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Carpentry apprenticeships

Career One Stop occupation profile (salaries, employment outlooks, and more) with a video about Construction Carpenters

U.S. Department of Labor’s Registered Apprenticeship Programs in Construction

Examples of Guidelines for the design of apprenticeship programs

  • Final Program Design (Washington D.C.): This product contains an overview of the changes in the college’s construction program of study.
  • Construction Technology and Carpentry Apprenticeship Programs and Syllabi (Wyoming): Construction Technology AAS and Certificate Degree program flyers and all relevant syllabi. Carpentry Apprenticeship Certificate Degree program flyer and all relevant syllabi.
  • Carpentry Career Pathway (North Dakota): The carpentry career pathway gives students a visual of how they can advance their career in carpentry with additional education and stackable credentials.

Examples of Instructional materials for apprenticeship programs

  • Revised Construction Core Course (Washington D.C.): This course builds the foundational skills for entry-level craft and construction workers.
  • Construction Technology 101 (Michigan): This course is a comprehensive study of the principles of Construction Technology. It applies the concepts of modern carpentry, engineering and technology, utilizing the framework of green and sustainability to residential and commercial construction.
  • Construction Technology II 102 (Michigan): This course is an extenuation of CST 101 and builds on the principles covered therein; therefore, it will continue the discussion of applying the concepts of modern carpentry, engineering and technology, utilizing the framework of green and sustainability to residential and commercial construction.
  • CNTK 1870 – Construction Materials & Methods (Wyoming): This course provides students with a survey of common materials and methods used in building construction. Materials covered include wood, glue, laminated timber, steel, non-ferrous metals, concrete, plastic and insulation.

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