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Construction Technology

 

CTE Residential Construction - AM

CTE Finish Carpentry - PM

National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER)

Instructor

Mark Champagne

NCCER Certified

OSHA Train the Trainer Certified

 

873-0102, ext. 263

champagne@mmtc.me

General Overview

Students will participate in an applied learning curriculum coverage all aspects of the construction of a residential home. The Construction Technology program adheres to a nationally certified curriculum (NCCER) which is endorsed by Associated Builders and Contractors of Maine (A.B.C.) and Associated Constructors of Maine (A.C.M.)

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NCCER Core Curriculum

Readability score: 10th grade

NCCER Level I

Readability score: 9th grade

Student Expectations

Residential Construction

Goal: To prepare students able to perform rough carpentry related skills and pass National Certification tests (Carpentry level one and Core Curriculums)

  • Exhibit appropriate work place behaviors

  • Work and function in group activities

  • Basic mathematic computation (measurement, fractions, and percentages)

  • Have a strong back ground in basic mathematic computation (measurement, fractions, addition division and subtraction of fractions, percentages,

  • Understand and demonstrate safety concepts independently after instruction

  • Physical ability and Concentration to work on tasks for at least 1.5 hours

Finish Carpentry

Goal: To prepare students able to perform Finish carpentry related skills and pass National Certification tests (Carpentry level II and Cabinetmaking modules)

  • Exhibit appropriate work place behaviors

  • Ability to work independently and in small groups

  • Physical ability and Concentration to work on tasks for at least 1.5 hours.

  • Understand and demonstrate safety concepts independently after proper safety instruction

  • Have adequate eye hand coordination to properly use power and hand tools

  • Basic mathematic computation (measurement, fractions, percentages)

Certification Available

NCCER: Core Curriculum, Carpentry Level I, 10 hour OSHA -AM

Dual Enrollment Credit Available

Eastern Maine Community College: seven credits BCT 121, Residential Construction

Northern Maine Community College: three credits SAE 121 – Industrial Safety

Integrated Credit Available

Math, Fine Art