Program Description

  • Prepare graduates to work as part of a team on the construction of residential homes, commercial buildings, and components of civil infrastructure.
  • Emphasis is on developing and practicing the technical skills related to the field of specialization.
  • Develop skills and training required to join the booming home and commercial construction sector.
  • Learn industry-leading concrete forming and production framing techniques.
  • Acquire specialized training in carpentry hand and power tools, construction materials, wood and wood products, and workplace safety.

Program of Study

Semester 1

  • Building and Renovations Practical 1
  • Building and Renovation Theory 1
  • Trade Calculations 1 Construction Technician
  • Concrete Forming and Finishing Techniques
  • Drafting Fundamentals and Standards for BR

Semester 2

  • Building and Renovations Practical 2
  • Building and Renovation Theory 2
  • Residential Plan Reading
  • Production Framing Techniques
  • Workplace Safety
  • Surveying and Layout CE
Admission Requirements: 
Career Paths: 

Career opportunities exist in commercial or residential construction sectors in a variety of positions such as:

  • Skilled Trades Worker
  • Production Framer
  • Residential home framing
  • Residential and commercial concrete forming and finishing
  • Wood and concrete landscaping component

Graduates may also pursue other training options in:

Construction Craft Worker

Construction Engineering Technician Building Renovation (462)

General Carpenter (403A)