CAR-3112B Carpentry II
This course is a continuation of Carpentry I and includes wall and roof framing, the installation of windows and doors, and interior and exterior finishes. The students will perform the construction of building components to complete the class carpentry project, building a shed. The course also continues the introduction to fine woodworking with basic cabinetry design and construction methods and requires the students to complete one individual project to demonstrate fine carpentry skills. Course objectives teach the proper clothing, safety, tool use and maintenance, material handling, and some building codes as they pertain to the class projects. Students must have demonstrated the minimum level of competence and safety in applied measurement, mathematics, blueprint reading, tools and equipment by earning the certificate in Carpentry I (CAR3112A), or by gaining the written verification of those skills from the instructor, prior to enrollment in this Carpentry II class.
* The following courses must be completed prior to taking this course., Completion of CAR-3112A Carpentry I is required to take this, course