- Carpentry (wood and metal)
- Electrical and power transmission installation, building/construction finishing management
- Inspection and other construction-related applications
- Properties of concrete
- Differential leveling
- Handling and placing, slab on-grade
AAS = Associate of Applied Science | 60 hours
The PCCUA Construction Program uses the National Center for Construction Education & Research (NCCER) curriculum.
Use basic carpentry techniques
Apply masonry strategies
Demonstrate skills for basic metal working
Understand and apply basic electrical wiring
Demonstrate welding necessary for construction activities
Operate heavy equipment such as a cherry picker, back hoe, and crane
Completion a site-based construction project
Demonstrate site layout, reinforcing materials, electrical installations and safety.
Demonstrate use of basic safety, basic math, hand tools, power tools, blue print reading, basic rigging, basic communication skills.
Apply basic employability skills,
Demonstrate functional knowledge of trades, building materials, fasteners, adhesives, and site layout.
Use advanced applications and construction methods for various types of horizontal formwork for types of elevated decks and the formwork systems and methods used in their construction
Additional SLOs include the following:
- Studentswill be able to read and understand blueprints and specification, estimateconstruction costs, schedule the proper sequence of construction activities,understand office operations and field operations, and identify coderequirements.
- Construction Worker
- Project Manager
- Building Inspector
- Heavy Equipment Operator