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Subject
Carpentry - CARP

Course
1202

While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

  • Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  • Use Safe Work Practices
    • Apply shop and site safety practices
    • Apply personal safety practices
    • Apply fire safety practices
    • Apply WHMIS.
  • Use Documentation and Organizational Skills
    • Use construction drawings and specifications
    • Locate information in building codes and bylaws
    • Plan and organize work
    • Perform trade math.
  • Use Tools and Equipment
    • Use hand tools
    • Use portable power tools
    • Use stationary power tools.
  • Use Access, Rigging, and Hoisting Equipment
    • Use ladders, scaffolds and access equipment
    • Use rigging and hoisting equipment.
  • Use Survey Instruments and Equipment
    • Use leveling instruments and equipment
    • Use optical levels for residential applications
    • Maintain optical levels.
  • Perform Site Layout
    • Describe the layout of residential and commercial buildings
    • Lay out building locations
    • Construct batter boards
    • Install string lines
    • Describe types and methods of constructing hoardings
    • Describe soil considerations
    • Describe safe methods of demolishing a building
    • Describe drainage systems and backfilling procedures
    • Apply excavation shoring and building demolition practices.
  • Build Concrete Formwork
    • Use concrete types, materials, additives, and treatments
    • Select concrete forming systems
    • Build footing and vertical formwork
    • Build slab on grade and suspended slab forms
    • Build concrete stair forms
    • Install reinforcement and embedded metals
    • Install specialized formwork
    • Place and finish concrete.
  • Frame Residential Housing
    • Describe wood frame construction
    • Select wood frame systems and materials
    • Build floors and support systems
    • Build stair systems
    • Build decks and exterior structures
    • Build walls and partitions
    • Build gable roofs and ceiling joists
    • Build hip roofs.
  • Describe Building Science
    • Describe the forces acting on a building structure.
  • Prepare for Employment
    • Write a resume and cover letter for a job in carpentry
    • Apply job search techniques
    • Prepare for a job interview.

Effective as of Fall 2018

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