Careers in Construction

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Career In Construction Classes are designed for students to gain valuable skills to jumpstart a career. Students learn by doing, so daily they apply classroom skill to real-life projects, such as building desk chairs, shed, a Home Build Projects, Habitat for Humanity homes, and more. 

Student will be receiving instruction and training in the following units, while also earning U.S. Department of Labor-recognized industry certificates:

  • Core
    • Building Trade Safety and First Aid
    • Basic Construction Math and Print Reading
    • Tools and Construction Materials
  • Carpentry
    • Laying roofs with plywood and shingles
    • Installing cabinets and countertops
    • Building walls
  • Electrical
    • Installing circuit panels
    • Installing conduit and wiring
    • Systems testing and repairs
  • Plumbing
    • Installing and repairing plumbing systems
    • Cutting and joining pipes
    • Installing fixtures and appliances
  • OSHA 10
    • Recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace
    • Information regarding workers' rights, employer responsibilities, and how to file a complaint

Students can speak to their school counselor to enroll in CIC Classes.