Construction (Washington)

Instructor: Scott Stangle

Email:   Office Phone: 812-882-0801

Career Clusters: Building and Construction

7130 Principles of Construction Trades 7123 Construction Trades: General Carpentry 7122 Construction Trades: Framing and Finishing

Certifications  Upon Completion of Program: BSI Basic Carpentry

Classroom is located at:  215 W. South St. Washington, IN 47501

Program Description:   The Building Trades Program will provide basic skill development in all phases of residential home building. The students’ project consists of the completion of a private home during the school year. Activities include, but not limited to foundation, floors, walls, ceiling, roofing, interior and exterior trim, plumbing, dry walling, insulation, wiring, and painting. The student will have active participation in life skill classes, including employability skills, personal growth and leadership skills. In addition, communication skills, career exploration and assistance in making informed choices in reference to post-secondary career/education plans are a component of the course.

Grade Level: 11th or 12th

Prerequisites: Math and English

Length of Course: 1 year or 2 years – 3 periods per day (1/2 day)

Time of Classes: 8:00- 10:45 AM     or     12:15-3:00 PM

HS Credits per semester: 3     HS Credits per year: 6

Dual Credit: Available through Vincennes University (See Dual Credit)

Recommended Courses: Drafting

Fees: $40.00

Occupations upon completion of class: Construction, sales representative in hardware, building supplier

Additional education/training available at: Ivy Tech and Vincennes University

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