Course Syllabus

Carpentry 1 Course Syllabus

NCCER Level One Certification

Course No. IC21         Instructor: Willie Tabron, Ph.#919-496-3725, Willietabron@fcschools.net

Course Description: This course provides a basic introduction to construction work and the technical aspects of carpentry. Topics include safety, measurement, and the identification, selection, and use of tools, equipment, lumber, materials, and fasteners. Basic skills, leadership, career development, thinking and reasoning skills, mathematics, and principles of technology are reinforced. Job shadowing is an appropriate work-based learning strategy for this course. Hands-on work experiences and SkillsUSA leadership activities provide many opportunities to enhance classroom instruction and career development.

Course Outline: NCCER Modules

Orientation to the Trade

27101-06

2.5

Building Materials, Fasteners, and Adhesives

27102-06

12.5

Hand and Power Tools

27103-06

10

Reading Plans and Elevations

27104-06

20

Understand Introduction to Concrete,Reinforcement,&Forms

27108-06

5

Apply Floor System Construction Procedures

27105-06

25

Apply Wall and Ceiling Framing Procedures

27107-06

20

Introduction to Concrete, Reinforcing Materials, and Forms

27108-06

5

Apply Basic Stairs Layout

27110-06

                                                                               Total

135hrs.

Tutoring Session:  2:45pm-3:30pm, Tues .and Thurs.

 

141.5

Course Materials Needed :  Student needs to bring to class a three ring binder ,pencil and paper, 10ft.or 12 ft. tape measure and calculator everyday.

Course Evaluation/Grading/Performance                               Final Grade

Classwork  : 40%                                                                        1st nine weeks       40%

Shop performance:  20%                                                         2nd nine weeks       40%

Tests and Asessments : 40%                                                    Final Exam              20%

Total: 100%                                                                              Final Grade               100%

 

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