This course provides the student practical training in construction work. With the assistance of an instructor-coordinator, the student is assigned to work under a supervisor in a governmental department or a private business in order to learn through the actual work experience.
This course concentrates on the procedures and methods that are used by the construction contractor during the construction and post-construction phases of a project. Construction today involves much more than the physical erection of projects. It is essential for a contractor to syst
This course covers principles and methods of interior carpentry construction. It includes installation of interior trim, doors, stairs building, wood working techniques and cabinetry. It also includes, but not limited to, terms and definitions used in construction field pertaining to
This course covers types of roofs, parts of a roof system, layout terms, rafter sizing and layout, and use of framing square. Roof framing principles and applications, gable, hip, and intersecting roof designs will be emphasized. It also includes selection and installation of siding a
This course provides students with working knowledge in different types of footings and foundations construction. It also includes site preparation and layout of structures, use of builder’s level and transit, and erection of batter boards. It covers materials, planning, reinforcement
This course covers common construction materials, product, and system as well as construction efficiency and safety in the delivery, handling, and installation of building materials. Information on building materials, products, systems and procedure will be presented.
This course is designed to give students knowledge of hand tools and power tools used to perform construction work. Emphasis is placed on skills needed to effectively perform layout, measurements, cutting, fastening, and finishing operations. Maintenance of tools and equipment will be