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Residential & Light Construction Technology II

Course Number: 874
Subject: Construction & Development
Major/Program of Study: Construction Technology
Course Length: 5 periods/week/semester
Credit: 1 credit (CTE credit)
Dual Enrollment: No
AP Designation: No

Building on the knowledge and skills learned in Residential Construction Technology I, the student will learn methods and processes used in residential and light commercial structure exterior and interior finish work. Topics include installation 41 of exterior wall sheathing, siding and trim and interior finishing processes, door installation, floor coverings, tiling, trim work and cabinetry. The students will learn to prepare for job interviews and become aware of opportunities for further education in construction technology. The continued development of safe work habits and effective workplace readiness skills will be emphasized throughout the course. Prerequisites and other notes: Residential and Light Commercial Construction Technology I (873). Recommended for grades 11-12. Students must take Industry Assessment to receive credit for course. (NCEER).