Learn Carpentry in Detroit, Michigan

Training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Carpentry for students in Detroit, MI


Total 7 training courses and degree programs available.

Carpentry Workshop (Certificate)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Rutgers Center for Continuing Professional Development
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MODULE ONE: Introduction to Construction

SECTION 1

Introduction

Lesson 1 ?Organization of the Construction Industry

Lesson 2 ?Working in the Industry

SECTION 2

Lesson 1 ?Whole Numbers

Lesson 2 ?Decimals

Lesson 3 ?Fractions

SECTION 3

Lesson 1 ?Linear Measure

Lesson 2 ?Percent (Percentage)

Lesson 3 ?Area and Volume

Lesson 4 ?Right Angles

Lesson 5 ?Combined Operations




MODULE TWO: Blueprint Reading and Job Safety

SECTION 1

Lesson 1 ?Views

Lesson 2 ?Scales

Lesson 3 ?Alphabet of Lines

Lesson 4 ?Use of Symbols

Lesson 5 ?Plan Views

Lesson 6 ?Elevations

Lesson 7 ?Sections and Details

SECTION 2

Lesson 1 ?Jobsite Safety

Lesson 2 ?Equipment and Tool Safety




MODULE THREE: Carpentry

SECTION 1

Lesson 1 ?Hand and Power Tools

Lesson 2 ?Wood Products and Fasteners

Lesson 3 ?Rigging

SECTION 2

Lesson 1 ?Framing Floors

Lesson 2 ?Framing Walls and Ceilings

Lesson 3 ?Installing Windows and DoorsRead More]

Carpentry

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Professional Career Development Institute

Carpentry school covers the following:
Wall Panels and Fasteners
Using Hand Tools and Power Tools
Plans and Building Codes
Building Layout
Concrete and Concrete Forms
Floor and Exterior Wall Framing
Framing the Roof
Stairways, Installation, and Ventilation
Siding, Porches, Decks, and Fences
Drywall, Wall Paneling, and Wall Tile
Ceiling Finish, Doors, and Interior Trim
Stairways: Finish Flooring

Carpentry (Diploma)

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: Ashworth College
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The Carpentry Course is comprised of 19 comprehensive lessons. They are easy to follow, yet challenging and stimulating at the same time. Each lesson begins with a subject matter preview and objectives, an introductory note from your instructor and a vocabulary builder of new words and terms.

Next comes the reading assignment. Practice exercises help you check and review what you’ve learned. At the end of the lesson is an open-book exam, which you may take online.

General Building Manual - Carpentry and Roofing

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: industrialinstitute.com
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This course is designed to familiarize the students with the various aspects and procedures of carpentry and roofing. The course will also introduce the students to the language of carpentry and roofing and help them understand the basic terminology of the same.
Throughout this course, students will learn about carpentry requirements such as platform and balloon framing, different types of roofs, roofing materials and the 2003 Supplement.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

Be able to calculate a board foot

Identify and differentiate between terms such as pitch and slope

Understand the Carpentry Requirements such as platform and balloon framing, window framing, and hanging doors

Identify and differentiate between the different types of roofs

Know about roofing material such as asphalt shingles, wood shingles and wood shakes

Understand the Fire Resistance Classification of Roofing Materials

Know the 2003 Supplement

TOPICS COVERED:

Board Foot

Pitch and Slope

Carpentry Requirements

Types of Roofs

Roofing Materials

2003 Supplement

Basic Carpentry (Certificate)

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Delaware Technical & Community College Stanton/Wilmington Campus

Instruction includes the proper use of measuring tools, an introduction to current building codes, and a review of applicable blueprint reading and math skills. Labs include the proper use of hand and power tools, layout procedures, building material applications and rough framing.

Carpenter Level 1 and 2

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: St. Lawrence College Corporate Learning & Performance Improvement
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Carpentry is all around us. The houses we live in, the buildings we work in and the furniture we use, all of these were created by skilled-trades people who share the same basic carpentry skills. If you enjoy working with your hands and the satisfaction of building things yourself, or if you work in a capacity where constructing buildings or furniture is required, this program can update and refresh your skills.

Suitable for: People who are interested in obtaining a career as a carpenter, or are new to the field. Offered as a public program or customized for teams.

Carpentry

Course Format: On-Site / In-House / Private Tutoring
School/Trainer: Lambton College Learning & Training Solutions
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This program is designed to provide technical knowledge required to perform in the Construction Industry. Upon completion of this course participants may wish to seek employment as an apprentice. This program will follow the Ministry of Training, Colleges &, Universities curriculum consisting of the following courses: Safety, Materials and Tools, Plans, Specification and Codes, Estimating, Calculation and Layout, Plans, Specifications, Codes, Metal Cutting &, Welding for Carpenters

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