This course is designed to provide a basic knowledge of careers in the woodworking industry, operation and safety procedures for utilizing cabinetmaking tools and equipment to demonstrate wood joinery, fabrication, and assembly. The course also includes wood characteristics, wood identification, and wood grading systems. (CSU)
This course is designed to develop the student's skills in quantity material takeoff from residential plans including concrete, underpinnings, floors, walls, ceilings and roofs as well as other interior and exterior construction material. (CSU)
CONST 69V Internship: Construction Technology Units 1-8Limitations on Enrollment: The student must enroll in a course that is directly related to the construction technology internship. The student must enroll in a minimum of 7 units during the semester including internship units. For summer session, the student must enroll in one related course in addition to internship. The combined total number of units a student may take in internship, work experience, and occupational practice may not exceed a maximum of 18 units. Participation requires submission and approval of internship program objectives and an employer internship agreement.
This course is designed for the student participating in an occupational internship in construction technology. Application of discipline-related skills and knowledge of Secretaries Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) competencies is emphasized. Each student is engaged in a specific research project or on-the-job learning activities under the supervision of a worksite supervisor and a college internship instructor. (CSU)
This course is designed to provide safety and operating procedures for hand tools, power hand tools, and power equipment. Emphasis is placed on print reading, material grades and applications, bench work, and construction techniques. The student develops proficiency in the use and set-up of woodworking equipment.
This course is designed to provide with safety and operating procedures for power hand tools and power equipment used to manufacture custom grade cabinetry. Emphasis is placed on print reading, material grades and applications, bench work, and construction techniques for custom cabinets.
This course is designed to expand knowledge and skills in the areas of safety, rod layout, equipment, cabinet construction, print reading, shop drawings, and joinery techniques. The student completes a project designed to increase cabinetmaking skills and knowledge. All work is performed to industry standards. Personal projects are permitted on a limited basis.
This course is designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge for the manufacturing of custom commerical grade cabinetry. Emphasis is placed on print reading, manufactured wood products, hardware, plastic laminates, commercial construction techniques, and installation.
This course is designed to introduce the student to the process of construction of a dwelling. The emphasis is placed on construction of the foundation forms, floor systems, wall and ceiling structures, and roof systems. The student also installs the exterior finish, rough plumbing, and flat concrete work. The construction site is usually located off campus.
This course is designed to introduce the student to the process of installation of the interior finish in a residential dwelling, including, but not limited to, insulation, drywall, windows, interior trim, and hardware. The course also includes building fences, decks, driveways, and walks. The construction site is usually located off campus.
This course is designed to develop the student's advanced carpentry skills to a higher level. The student assumes greater responsibilities in leadership, ordering material, and working with inspectors. The student works with the instructor to see that the project is completed according to plans, specifications, and the Uniform Building Code.
This course is designed to introduce the career opportunities and characteristics of the cabinetmaking industry. Topics include cabinetmaker's mathematics, lumber and material, characteristics and use, and general shop safety.
This course is designed to emphasize the characteristics and the use of hand and power tools used in the cabinetmaking industry. Also included are cabinet joint construction and basic blueprint reading.
This course is designed to provide mathematical applications for cabinetmaking, blueprint reading of shop drawings, and use and operation of power machines including band saws, routers, grinders, and saws.
This course is designed to emphasize cabinetry layout, millwork standards and characteristics, bench work, and plastic laminates.
This course is designed to emphasize the application and use of lumber, veneers, adhesive, commercial plastic laminates, and power equipment.
This course is designed to emphasize characteristics and requirements for commercial cabinetry and fixtures, millwork, commercial blueprint reading, application and use of shapers, commercial sanders, and milling machines.
This course is designed to emphasize residential and commercial cabinet design, production methods, production layout, and cabinet construction from start to finish.
This course is designed to emphasize the requirements for job planning, project supervision, construction requirements, construction scheduling, construction costs, and the construction process from start to finish.
This course is designed to offer instruction in one or more of the specialized areas of construction technology not already covered by the existing curriculum. Units in this course do not count toward an associate degree.
This course is designed to introduce the Uniform Building Code published by the International Conference of Building Officials as it applies to residential, commerical, and public buildings.
This course is designed for the advanced student in carpentry. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.
This course is designed for advanced students in mill cabinet. The student completes an advanced specialized project developed in consultation with the instructor.
This course is designed to introduce construction materials and techniques used in construction of residential structures. The student constructs a residential architectural model according to approved architectural drawings, current local building codes, and the Uniform Building Code. Topics include estimating structural materials, ordering materials, and calculating cost of construction.
This course is designed to assist the advanced student in gaining a greater knowledge of a specialized area of the mill cabinet trade. The work to be covered is developed between the student and instructor at the beginning of the course.