Carpentry Level 1 – New Intake in January 2020

Now Accepting Registrations.

Sponsored Seats still available for First Nation students.

The program is approximately 32 weeks long and will run from January 2020 to August 2020.

Classes are from Monday to Thursday, 9 am – 2 pm at Seabird College, 2812 Chowat Rd – Seabird Island Band, Agassiz BC.

COURSE CURRICULUM WILL INCLUDE:

SAFE WORK PRACTICES

  • Apply shop and site safety practices

  • Apply personal safety practices

DOCUMENTATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS   

  •  Use construction drawings and specifications

  •  Interpret building codes and bylaws

  •  Plan and organize work

  •  Perform trade Math

TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT

  •  Use hand tools

  •  Use portable power tools

  •  Use stationary power tools

SURVEY INSTRUMENTS AND EQUIPMENT

  •  Use Leveling Instruments and Equipment

ACCESS, RIGGING AND HOISTING EQUIPMENT

  •  Use ladders, scaffolds, and access Equipment

  •  Use Rigging and Hoisting Equipment

 SITE LAYOUT

  •    Lay Out Building locations

 CONCRETE FORMWORK

  •   Use concrete types Materials, Additives, and Treatments

  •   Select Concrete Forming Systems

  •   Build Footing and Vertical Formwork

  •   Build Slab-On-Grade Forms and Suspended Slab Forms

  •    Install Reinforcement and Embedded Items

  •    Place and Finish Concrete

WOOD FRAME CONSTRUCTION

  •   Describe Wood Frame Construction

  •   Select Framing Materials

  •   Build Floor Systems

  •   Build Stairs Systems

  •   Build Decks and Exterior Structures

BUILDING SCIENCE

  •   Control the Forces Acting on a Building

 

Contact: Registrar

Telephone: 604-796-6839

E-mail: colreg@seabirdisland.ca