The Pre-Apprenticeship in Building Trades and Construction Industry program provides students with the essential skills and workforce preparation needed for careers in the building trades and construction industry. The curriculum also prepares students for a pathway to credit construction programs. Students gain knowledge in reading construction plans, material handling equipment, green construction, interpreting trade technical calculations, and practicing safety construction techniques according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards.
|BLDN 2300||INTRODUCTION TO OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH FOR THE BUILDING TRADES||0|
|BLDN 2301||INTRODUCTION TO THE BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY||0|
|BLDN 2302||BASIC CONSTRUCTION MATH FOR THE BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY||0|
|BLDN 2303||INTRODUCTION TO PLAN READING FOR THE BUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY||0|
|BLDN 2304||BASIC MATERIAL HANDLING AND RIGGING||0|
Student Learning Outcomes
- Safely handle basic construction material and equipment in the workplace.
- Explain, demonstrate, and utilize the basic elements of tools related to building and construction.
- Understand basic arithmetic and apply basic geometry in solving for construction quantities.
- Describe and explain plan reading and interpret building codes used in construction.
- Perform effective job searching skills through networking, outreach services and trade unions.