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Construction Technology

Instructor: Scott Ciupak

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Students start with the basic skills needed in the construction trade including the types and uses of common hand/power tools and the terminology associated with drawings and safety.  Students will move into studying the procedures and hands on practice of laying out and constructing floor systems, wall systems, ceiling joists and roof framing.  Students finish up with interior and exterior finishing techniques such as:  roofing applications, exterior finishing, drywall installation, doors, trim and cabinet installations.

Students enrolled in this program will meet the CTE Concentrator status for graduation over the course of one academic year by completing the following courses:

  • 7130 - Principles of Construction Trades
  • 7123 - Construction Trades:  General Carpentry
  • 7122 - Construction Trades:  Framing & Finishing

Open to: Grades 11 and 12
Eligible Certifications: OSHA - 10, Carpentry Level One Apprenticeship Certification
Dual Credit Provider: Ivy Tech

Dual Credit Course


1st Year Students
BCTI100 - Introduction to Construction Technology 3
BCTI101 - Introduction to Carpentry Part 1 3
BCTI103 - Carpentry Framing & Finishing Part 1 3

Juniors who complete curriculum in an exemplary fashion may be eligible to apply to return to complete the capstone for this program. It is NOT required or guaranteed.




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