Programs > Carpentry
417 Middle Road, Hazlet 07730
Phone: 732-264-4995 Fax: 732-264-3846
Teacher: Mr Ryan Taylor
A two-year HIGH SCHOOL program designed to prepare students to enter the field of carpentry and work for a carpenter, own their own carpentry business or enter the carpenter’s union if they desire. The high school curriculum is designed to develop entry-level workforce skills and allow the students to receive advanced standing and acceptance in the carpentry field.
Safety Skills: Carpenters must be able to work in a safe and skillful manner. There is a very large responsibility involved in using the power tools and machines in the construction field.
Interpersonal skills. Carpenters must be able to work well with others. To successfully complete a construction job, carpenters must be able to work with a variety of tradespeople.
Listening skills. Carpenters must have good listening skills. They need to follow directions from the job foreman, architects, and engineers.
Organizational skills. Carpenters must have excellent organizational skills. They should have the correct tools in order to complete a task in a timely and efficient manner.
|Carpentry 1||10 credits|
|CTE Math I||5 credits|
|ICTE Science I||5 credits|
|Carpentry 2||10 credits|
|CTE Math II||5 credits|
|ICTE Science II||5 credits|
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