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CAB 8300 INTRODUCTION TO FURNITURE/CABINET MAKING

 Introduction to Furniture/Cabinet Making Course is a ” Hands on” approach to learning Basic Woodworking techniques through the introduction of the properties and machining processes of wood that influence the design and construction of furniture , cabinetry and the artistic applications of wood.  Students will learn the practical use of hand tools, power tools and design principles related to woodworking. Upon completion of the course, students will apply their newly acquired skills and knowledge to produce a finished woodworking project.  

CIX 7000 INTRODUCTION TO CARPENTRY
This course uses the NCCER (NCCER.org) training format and provides certificates of competency in some basic skills needed for the requirements to enter into craft training at The Crowder Construction Institute.  Those interested in employment in the construction industry, remodeling existing projects, or becoming handier will also find this course a good beginning for basic skills in safety, hand tools, power tools, blueprint reading.  This course is a prerequisite for CIX7006 Carpentry II, TRM8000 Trim Molding, CAB8300 Furniture/Cabinet Making, and TLE8500 Tile     

 

CIX 7006 CARPENTRY II
This course provides construction apprentices, current craftworkers and others with a certification of competency in basic floor; wall; ceiling; & roof framing. Completion of CIX 7005 Carpentry I; Wheels Of Learning Construction Core;or documented UBC Step 2 is a Prerequisite. Competency testing is required for area certification & will be both written and practical. Topics include platform floor; cantilevers; well openings; decking; snap-out; plating; detailing; metal and wood studding; RO's; flat,vault & coffered ceilings; gable rafters and trusses, etc. Completion and certification in this course will allow trainees to pursue Carpentry III and IV Level course modules in an individual study format.

 

CIX 7007 CARPENTRY III
This course provides construction apprentices; current craftworkers; and others with a certification of competency in several areas of advanced carpentry techniques. Completion of CIX 7006 Carpentry II; Wheels of Learning Carpentry I; or documented UBC step 3 is a pre- requisite. Competency testing is required for area certification & will be both written & practical. Topics will focus on exterior finishing operations. To include shingle roof application, cornice & siding application: vinyl siding, hardboard siding, cement board siding & shake shingle siding.

 

CIX 7008 CARPENTRY IV
This course provides a certification or compentency in the basic application and installation of residential interior trim work. Topics covered include safety practices: Plan Details: floors, walls, and ceiling moldings: Door and Window Trim: Pre-hung doors, interior locks, and casework installation. Competency testing required for area certification and shall be both written and practical form. This course is recommended to potential employees by the construction industry for employment qualifications, as well as for the currently employed craft worker as certified qualifications for advancement in your career. The pre-requisite for this class are successful completion of CIX 7005 and CIX 7006, or documentation Wol Core and Carpentry I, or documented completion of VBC Apprenticeship Step 2.
 

 

 TLE 8000 INTRODUCTION TO TILE SETTING

 

 This course will cover the different methods of home tiling, including but not limited to: the tools used to complete a home project; the different types of setting products available in the market and which one will be best suited for your application; the different types of tiles and the proper application for each type and size; the process of tear out and setting up for a new project and remodel project; the proper way to build or  install a shower pan and the process of measuring and estimating tile and materials for a job.

 

TRM 8000 INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR TRIM MOLDING

This course uses the NCCER form to provide training in the application and instillation of interior residential trim. Topics covered include; safety; plan details; floor, wall and ceiling moldings; door and window trim.

 

TRM 8001 INTRODUCTION TO EXTERIOR TRIM MOLDING

This course provides training in the following: installation of asphalt/fiberglass shingles; assemble common sidewall weatherproofing and finishes.

 

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