Instructor: Seth Hungerford
Construction Technology is a multi-period, two-year program. Students will gain the skills need to enter the construction field of their choice. The program gives students a solid base and understanding of carpentry and general knowledge of the construction fields. Students will gain general construction skills including the safe use of hand and power tools, foundations, framing, drywall, siding, roofing, trim and finish work, through classroom, lab, and on-site construction work for customers.
Wall, Ceiling and Roof Framing
Windows and Exterior Doors
Reading Plans and Elevations
Building Site Layout
Plumbing – tools, blueprints, joining plastic pipes and fittings, soldering and brazing copper tubing and fittings
Electrical – electrical safety, raceways, boxes and fittings, reading electrical blueprints, residential electrical wiring
OSHA 10 hr
1st Aid/ CPR
Central Maine Community College
Hand and Power Tools, 1 credit
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