• Carpentry

    PA Department of Labor High Priority Occupation!
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    Unlike traditional woodshop electives, the Carpentry program offers students a more comprehensive, in-depth exploration of carpentry and construction. Students in this program will get extensive hands-on experience that prepares them to directly enter careers in the residential, commercial and home improvement construction industry.
     
    Sample Career Skills
     
    Beginner:
    • Understand industry safety standards
    • Properly identify and use hand tools, blueprints and measuring devices
    Intermediate:
    • Properly use and maintain hand and stationary power tools
    • Construct floor systems, walls, windows and door openings
    Advanced:
    • Build simple and complex roof structures and stairs
    • Hang and finish drywall, install finish trim on the interior of structures and install doors and cabinets
     
  • Certifications (4) 

    OSHA 10-Hour Certification
     
    SP2 Safety & Pollution Prevention Certification
     
    Pennsylvania Skills Certificate
     
    NOCTI Certification
     
     

    College Credits (5)  

    Earn up to 5 college credits.
     
    Click here for more information on opportunities to earn college credit.
     
     

    Workplace Opportunities (10) 

    Some notable partners include: Tague Lumber, the Borough of Downingtown, Sterling Kitchen & Bath and more!
     
      
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