Carpentry is a performance-driven career. Carpenters work with their hands to construct, erect, install, and repair structures and fixtures for residential and light commercial use. In addition to practical skills such as framing walls, siding and drywall installation, constructing wooden forms for pouring concrete, and erecting scaffolding, you’ll also learn about codes, standards, and quality concepts that apply to carpentry. As experts in home and business improvement, carpenters are called upon to make dreams possible and lives easier and more enjoyable.
The requirements for this certificate program may be achieved within one academic year of full-time study.
(NB Francophone High School Math Equivalencies)
As a graduate, you may find employment with general contractors, interior and exterior sub-contractors or framing contractors. You will be prepared for entry-level work with small or large residential or commercial construction companies.
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This occupation requires physical fitness, good coordination, and strong math skills, including geometry, algebra and some trigonometry. The hours of work may be irregular and may include shift work, weekends, and holidays.
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