2020-2021 Catalog 
    
    Oct 26, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog

Basic Residential Trades Certificate


The Basic Residential Trades certificate prepares students to apply basic skills and knowledge in the core trades of residential carpentry, electrical, and plumbing.  Includes NCCER curriculum and instruction in safety, employment, tool usage, measurement, plan reading, codes, supplies, equipment, fixtures, installations, and finishes in these core trades. 

Credit Hours Required: 22

 

Basic Residential Trades Certificate Suggested Course Sequence   

Program Outcomes


  1. Demonstrate safe operations with construction materials, tools, and equipment. (CBT 100, CBT 110, CBT 115, CBT 125)
  2. Demonstrate trade-appropriate dress and behavior. (CBT 100, CBT 110, CBT 115, CBT 125)
  3. Assemble residential home components related to carpentry, electrical, and plumbing, from rough to finish. (CBT 100, CBT 110, CBT 115, CBT 125)
  4. Construct all components of a residential build from rough to finish. (CBT 100, CBT 110, CBT 115, CBT 125)
  5. Install and finish floors, walls, ceilings, doors and windows for a residential build. (CBT 100, CBT 110)
  6. Install electrical and plumbing conduits, wires, and fixtures.  (CBT 115, CBT 125)