Our Construction Technologies program allows our students to investigate and develop important knowledge, skills and attitudes relative to the design, construction and maintenance of buildings and other related products. Students are provided with a broad base of relative theory and practice that builds daily living and career-specific skills. Successful completion of modules in this strand is intended to provide students with the skills and experience required for entry-level employment or for pursuing post-secondary education in the field of carpentry.
- This course focusses on a "hands on" approach. Students will have the opportunity to work with hand and power tools to construct projects in order to complete each module.
- Students will safely transform common wood materials into useful products.
- Students will have the opportunity to take home the projects created within the program.
Areas of study include:
- Safety (General & Machine Specific)
- Project Planning and Drafting
- Building Construction (Framing)
- Cabinet Making
Introductory, Intermediate and Advanced Sections of this class will be offered each year.