TDCJ Construction Carpentry Continuing Education Certificate (16-Week)
This is a 16-week program.
The construction carpentry specialization leads to a continuing education certificate of completion.
This program provides continuing education units, not college credits.
This program requires a 5.5 E.A. score or a G.E.D./H.S.
CRPT-1015. Wall Systems. (0 Credits)
Identification of components; construction of wall systems; safe work practices; and the use, and maintenance of tools and equipment.
CRPT-1011. Roof Systems. (0 Credits)
Principles of design and construction of a roof system incorporating gable, hip, valley and intersections. Emphasis given to safe work practices and the use, and maintenance of tools and equipment.
CRPT-1023. Floor Systems. (0 Credits)
An introduction to common floor systems. Includes component identification; construction of a floor system; safe work practices; and the use, and maintenance of tools and equipment.
CRPT-1025. Forms and Foundations I. (0 Credits)
Knowledge and skills required to erect wood frame structures with emphasis on layout and construction of floors, walls, and roofs. Includes safety procedures for using hand and power tools and structural materials.
CRPT-1029. Introduction to Carpentry. (0 Credits)
An introduction to the carpentry trade including safety, tools, equipment, terminology, and methods.
CRPT-1041. Exterior Finishing Systems. (0 Credits)
Installation of exterior finish systems and components including the placement and installation of cornice, windows, doors, siding, and flashing. Emphasis on safe work practices and the use, and maintenance of tools and equipment.