Construction Trades

Program Overview

CIP Code: 46.9999

The Construction Trades program prepares individuals to apply knowledge and skills in the construction technology field. Instruction is provided in the basic skills in a variety of areas associated with building construction such as carpentry, masonry, plumbing, heating and electrical. Instruction includes but is not limited to blueprint reading; cost estimating; uses of hand and power tools; cutting, fitting, fastening and finishing various materials; and applying technical specifications and knowledge concerning the physical properties of materials.

Brick and Mortar
Larry Winn

Larry Winn


Enrollment Process

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Instructor Biography

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Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Construction Industry Safety and Health Certificate (10 hours), PA Skills Certificate, Telehandler Operator, American Ladder Institute, Fall Protection Certificate, Areal Work Platform Certification

Employer Partners

Not provided.

Possible Careers

Graduates of this program can become Rough or Finish Carpenters, Estimators, Surveyors, General Contractors, Architects, Construction Foremen, Brick/Block/Stone Masons, Industrial Engineers, Carpenters, Floor and Tile Installers, Roofers, Drywall and Ceiling Installers, Building Inspectors or a Union Apprentice.

Required Items

Industry required footwear and full-length work pants

Dual Enrollment Opportunities

Students may qualify for several free credits at Triangle Tech in Sunbury, PA.

Career & Technical Student Organization

National Association of Home Builders Student Chapter


Two session model that incorporates a 20 minute theory lesson each day.

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Post-Secondary Opportunities