Carpentry Course

This knowledge-based Carpentry Course teaches the basics of the rough and finish carpentry trade with many insider tips from licensed contractors with decades of experience in the field. Students will identify many of the tools of the carpentry trade as they learn how to construct floor, wall, ceiling, and roof assemblies, install doors, windows, drywall, trim and kitchen cabinets from the pros.

The Carpentry Course prepares individuals for entry-level employment in positions involving rough and finish carpentry such as Carpenter’s Helper, Drywall Installer, Framer, and Construction Trades Helper and for entry-level rough and finish carpentry work classified as General Maintenance and Repair (SOC 49-9071 US Department of Labor).

Includes Instruction in:

  • Framing Floors, Walls, Roofs
  • Thermal and Moisture Protection
  • Drywall–Hanging and Taping
  • Installing Trim
  • Installing Doors and Windows
  • Installing Kitchen Cabinets and Countertops

Course includes: 6 Instruction Hours • 15 Study Hours • Self-paced—completed within 1 to 12 Months • No Prerequisites • Certificate in Carpentry Theory • Distance education—delivered by video instruction with instructor support available by email or phone. Online exam only—no hands-on skills assessment. Complete course syllabus available.

DVD course only.

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