Construction Technologies

Construction Technologies


Skills for the Future

The Construction Technologies program allows students to design, estimate, cut, assemble, and build multiple construction projects. They learn fundamentals of construction, employability skills, proper tool use, and interpreting blueprints.

Second-year students work on a larger-scale project, and by graduation, are exposed to most phases of general commercial and residential construction.

Entry-Level Career Opportunities

  • Carpenter’s apprentice
  • Carpentry crew laborer
  • Glazier
  • Building supply material handeler
  • Lumber company yard worker
  • Concrete carpenter

Advanced Career Opportunities

  • Journeyperson carpenter
  • Supervisor
  • Project Manager
  • Project Superintendent
  • Lumber company salesperson
  • Carpentry crew foreperson
  • Independent contractor

Earn Professional Certifications

Career Connections Carpenter’s International Training Fund

  • Introduction to Craft Skills
  • Carpentry Fundamentals
  • Employability Skills

Performance-based assessment certificates

Our Instructors

Joe Weaver, Level I & II Instructor
937.778.1980 x793
Tom Gariety, Paraprofessional
937.778.1980 x780 
All students in this program are members of the Upper Valley Career Center Skills USA Chapter.

Skills USA Mission:
SkillsUSA empowers its members to become world-class workers, leaders and responsible American citizens. SkillsUSA improves the quality of our nation’s future skilled workforce through the development of Framework skills that include personal, workplace and technical skills grounded in academics.
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