About the Construction Trades Technology Career Pathway
Workers in the construction fields are responsible for creating the buildings where people in a community live, work and gather. Homes, schools, stores, office buildings and public facilities are built from scratch through the skill and experience of carpenters and other construction trades professionals.ATC programs in this Career Pathway include:NCCER Core CurriculumNCCER CarpentryBasic PlumbingBasic ElectricalIndustry Certification:Select ATC courses meet the requirements of theNational Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).WHAT IS NCCER?
All ATC Construction Trades Technology Students learn:
- NCCER is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) education foundation created in 1996 as The National Center for Construction Education and Research.
- NCCER develops standardized construction and maintenance curricula and assessments with portable credentials.
- Credentials are tracked through NCCER’s National Registry which allows organizations and companies to track the qualifications of their craft professionals and/or check the qualifications of possible new hires.
- NCCER’s workforce development process of accreditation, instructor certification, standardized curriculum, national registry, assessment, and certification is a key component in the industry’s workforce development efforts.
Full Semester Program CTT Students learn:
- Employability, ethics and human relations
- Workplace safety and Red Cross First Aid
- NCCER Core Training
On-Campus Off-CampusConstruction Trades Program Tuition: $ 12,837.00 $ 7,933.00
- NCCER Carpentry Levels 1 and 2
- NCCER Electrical Level 1
- NCCER Plumbing Level 1
- Construction techniques and materials
- Construction drawing
- Materials handling
- Hand and Power tool operations
- Wood and metal building technology
- Floor, wall and ceiling systems
- Concrete materials
- Arctic building technology
- Exterior finish
- Moisture protection
- Interior finish
- Cabinet systems
- Plumbing techniques and materials
- Roofing and stairs
- Electrical theory, techniques and materials