• Construction Technologies

    Students, both male and female, will be involved in activities such and designing, constructing, experimenting and evaluating plans, materials and processes. These activities will provide opportunities for creativity and problem solving as the latest trends in Construction/Woods technology are covered. Communication, study skills and the development of good work ethic will also be emphasized. Safety will be an integral part of the program. Students Gain valuable leadership and employment skills and receive opportunities for scholarships and community involvement by participating in SkillsUSA, a state and national career and technical student organization.

    Expect to learn:

    • Basic residential framing skills
    • Plumbing systems and residential wiring
    • How to lay brick and concrete block
    • Drywall Installation

    Other Features:

    • Earn The OSHA Safety Card and other state and national certifications
    • College credits and internship opportunities may be available

    Plan of Study

    Career information for this industry:

    • Salary range: $20,640 - $61,070
    • Education range: High school diploma or equivalent
    • Projected job growth: 13%
    Statistics according to Bureau of Labor Statistics for Construction Laborers, Retrieved: 5/23/2016

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