Carpentry 1 & 2

600 HOURS (per course)
20 WEEKS

 

PELL Eligible
Program # C510100
CIP # 0646.020111

 

 

caRPENTRY 1 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Carpenters are responsible at least in part, for creating just about every building in your community. Homes, schools, court houses and office buildings are built from scratch through the skills and experience of professional carpenters. To be a carpenter is to be a member of one of the oldest and most respected trades in the world. If you enjoy working with tools, like to see your work produce immediately results and if you have a good work ethic, you can build a lifetime career in carpentry. The carpentry program builds lab activities into the program and provides instruction in: use of hand and power tools, selection and use of materials, estimating, blueprint reading, and interpretation of building codes.

OCCUPATION DESCRIPTION:

Construct, erect, install, or repair structures and fixtures made of wood, such as concrete forms; building frameworks, including partitions, joists, studding, and rafters; and wood stairways, window and door frames, and hardwood floors. May also install cabinets, siding, drywall and batt or roll insulation. Includes brattice builders who build doors or brattices (ventilation walls or partitions) in underground passageways.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE:

The following table illustrates the PSAV program structure:

 

COURSE #

OCP

COURSE DESCRIPTION

HOURS

Resident Tuition

Non-Resident Tuition

BCV0107

A

Carpenter Helper

300

$831.00

$3,153.00

BCV0111

B

Trim & Finish Carpenter

300

$831.00

$3,153.00

 

 

TOTAL

600

$1662.00

$6,306.00

ARTICULATION AGREEMENT:

A state articulation agreement is in place between School district technical colleges/centers and community colleges.  The 600 clock hour program in Carpentry 1 AND the 600 clock hour program in Carpentry 2 shall articulate three (3) college credit hours to the AAS/AS Degree in Building Construction Technology.                                                                        

Additional Costs:   

Resident

Non-Resident

Registration Fee

$10.00

$10.00

Approximate Books/Supplies

$200.00

$200.00

OSHA Card Fee

$8.00

$8.00

Approximate Total Program Cost:

$1,880.00

$6,525.00

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

AGE:                 16 years or older

DIPLOMA:         N/A

TABE:                MATH 9.0   LANGUAGE 9.0   READING 9.0 or meet other basic skill requirements

Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. and climb a ladder

Industry Certification:      OSHA - $8.00; NCCER Carpentry - Levels 1 - 5

NCCER Level Exam Fee – Initial Fee $24.95

Other testing fees may apply

                                                                                                                                                  LIVE WORK FEES:

Advisory Salary Range:             $20,000 - $26,500                                   Shop Fees:               

Florida Panhandle:                   $19,920 - $48,720                                   Materials plus             10% + 7% sales tax

PH Average:                              $30,860                                                   Small Jobs:                $5-$45

State Average:                          $33,900                                                   Medium Jobs:             $45-$75

National Average:                     $40,500                                                   Large Jobs:                $75 & up          
                                                                                   
(All jobs require administration and program instructor approval.)

Program Completion Rate: 71%  -   Program Placement Rate: 100%  -   Program Certification Pass Rate: 80%

 

 

 

CARPENTRY 2

 

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Carpenters are responsible at least in part, for creating just about every building in your community. Homes, schools, court houses and office buildings are built from scratch through the skills and experience of professional carpenters. To be a carpenter is to be a member of one of the oldest and most respected trades in the world. If you enjoy working with tools, like to see your work produce immediately results and if you have a good work ethic, you can build a lifetime career in carpentry. The carpentry program builds lab activities into the program and provides instruction in: use of hand and power tools, selection and use of materials, estimating, blueprint reading, and interpretation of building codes.

OCUPATION DESCRIPTION:

Construct, erect, install, or repair structures and fixtures made of wood, such as concrete forms; building frameworks, including partitions, joists, studding, and rafters; and wood stairways, window and door frames, and hardwood floors. May also install cabinets, siding, drywall and batt or roll insulation. Includes brattice builders who build doors or brattices (ventilation walls or partitions) in underground passageways.

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE:

The following table illustrates the PSAV program structure:

 

COURSE #

OCP

COURSE DESCRIPTION

HOURS

Resident Tuition

Non-Resident Tuition

BCV0122

A

Carpenter, Rough

450

$1,249.00

$4,731.00

BCV0128

B

Carpenter

150

$418.00

$1,578.00

 

 

TOTAL

600

$1,667.00

$6,309.00

ARTICULATION AGREEMENT:

A state articulation agreement is in place between School district technical colleges/centers and community colleges.  The 600 clock hour program in Carpentry 1 AND the 600 clock hour program in Carpentry 2 shall articulate three (3) college credit hours to the AAS/AS Degree in Building Construction Technology.                        

Additional Costs:

Resident

Non-Resident

Registration Fee

$10.00

$10.00

Approximate Books/Supplies

$210.00

$210.00

Approximate Total Program Cost:

$1,890.00

$6,530.00

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:

AGE:                 16 years or older

DIPLOMA:         N/A

TABE:                MATH 9.0   LANGUAGE 9.0   READING 9.0 or meet other basic skill requirements

Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs. and climb a ladder

Industry Certification:      NCCER Carpentry - Levels 1 - 5

NCCER Level Exam Fee – Initial Fee $24.95

Other testing fees may apply

                                                                                                                                                  LIVE WORK FEES:

Advisory Salary Range:             $20,000 - $26,500                                   Shop Fees:               

Florida Panhandle:                   $19,920 - $48,720                                   Materials plus             10% + 7% sales tax

PH Average:                              $30,860                                                   Small Jobs:                $5-$45

State Average:                          $33,900                                                   Medium Jobs:             $45-$75

National Average:                     $40,500                                                   Large Jobs:                $75 & up          
                                                                                   
(All jobs require administration and program instructor approval.)

Program Completion Rate: 67%  -   Program Placement Rate: 100%  -   Program Certification Pass Rate: 100%