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Career and Technical Education (CTE)

CARPENTRY


From the fundamentals and concepts of framing to the finish work of dry wall, trim and painting, students will explore the breadth of the carpentry profession. To help round out the students' skills, building trades concepts such as plumbing, heating, electrical and building code requirements are also introduced.

UNITS OF STUDY

  • Studio Safety
  • Orientation and Safety (OSHA 10)
  • Construction Math
  • Hand and Power Tools
  • Floor Systems
  • Blueprint Reading
  • Wall and Ceiling Framing
  • Roof Framing
  • Windows and Exterior Doors
  • Thermal and Moisture Protection
  • Exterior Finishing
  • Drywall Installation
  • Stair Layout
  • Trimming
  • Cabinet Installation
  • NYSED: CDOS Units
  • Career and Financial Management

CAREER AND COLLEGE PATHWAYS

Articulation Agreements
  • Alfred State College: Wood Fabrication Technology I
  • Alfred State College: Estimating I
Employment Opportunities
  • Entry level positions in construction and related retail industries
  • United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, Local  85
  • NYS Career Zone: Construction Carpenters
  • NYS Career Zone: Roughing Carpenters
  • NYS Career Zone: Drywall and Ceiling Installers
Further Educational Opportunities
  • Alfred State College: Building Trades: Building Construction
  • SUNY Delhi: Carpentry
  • Mohawk Valley Community College: Carpentry and Masonry

INSTRUCTORS

Kyle Canfield
Pete Sharpe