Building a successful career!
Construction Trades I
The focus of this class will be working on residential homes with an emphasis on foundations, framing, exterior, and interior finish, and roofing. Students will develop workplace skills in basic math, hand and power tools, basic blueprint reading, safe work habits, proper job attitudes, technical jargon and learn more about the wide variety and opportunities in the field of construction.
This course provides an opportunity for students who are planning on entering a post-secondary educational program in construction or entering into the workforce at entry-level.
Heartland Community College Dual Credit
CNST101 - 3 Credits
Construction Trades II
Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Construction Trades I
Students will enhance workplace skills in blueprint reading, mechanical systems, electrical wiring, and construction estimating and scheduling while developing leadership roles. Students have the opportunity to earn additional certification in other career areas through a national database.
This course provides an opportunity for students who are planning on entering a post-secondary educational program in construction or enter into the workforce at entry-level.
Students have an opportunity to receive two certificates:
OSHA 10 Hour Certification
National Center for Construction Education
and Research (NCCER)
Core Curriculum Certification
- Construction Manager
- Cost Estimating
- Finish Carpentry
Jeff Frantz, Instructor email@example.com