Mar 26, 2023
CNTK 1641 - Carpentry Apprenticeship I
To provide the educational component for the Sheridan area State approved Carpentry Apprenticeship that complements the 2000 hour per year working component needed to meet the yearly requirements set by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, Department of Labor, Cheyenne, Wyoming, for apprentices to become eligible to sit for the journeyman’s exam. The requirements for CNTK 1641 can also be met by CNTK 1870 AND CNTK 1560.
Instructional Method Lecture
Comments: Prior to fall 2002, CNTK 1641 was listed as 1400.
Students must have the status as a Carpentry Apprentice with an approved Sheridan, Johnson, or Campbell County contractor and be registered as a Carpenter Apprentice with the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, Department of Labor, Cheyenne, WY.
Minimum Student Competencies
- Demonstrate a commitment to the apprenticeship process and adhere to the responsibilities of a Carpentry Apprentice.
- Practice and implement safe work practices.
- Demonstrate construction math skills.
- Identify and safely use common hand tools.
- Identify and safely use common power tools.
- Identify and read basic blueprints and design a safety plan.
- Demonstrate the basic rigging and safety associated with rigging.
- Practice communication skills as they relate to safety.
- Relate safety procedures to basic employability skills
- Use construction math skills.
- Identify wood building materials, fasteners, and adhesives.
- Identify and safely use common hand and power tools.
- Describe floor systems.
- Describe wall and ceiling framing.
- Identify roof framing techniques.
- Demonstrate proficiency in on the job apprenticeship through competency based standardized performance charts.
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