Construction Technologies

Construction Technologies

Construction Technologies Program

Career & Technical Education (CTE) students are encouraged to complete this three-year program. SkillsUSA is the CTE organization associated with this program.

Construction Technology I

This class provides the student with the basic knowledge and understanding of the automotive field and career opportunities. We cover safety in the shop, theory of operation, construction, maintenance procedures, and repair of automotive components. The class is divided into two parts: 80% classroom lecture & demonstrations and 20% practical shop experience. Students are assigned safety glasses to be worn at all times in the shop. Students are encouraged to participate in SkillsUSA

Construction Technology II

For the second-year construction student who has the knowledge of hand tools and power machinery, this class is a more in-depth look at construction trades. Projects become more complicated and require attention to detail. Concrete, framing, and roofing are just three of the many trades that will be investigated and performed. The class is designed to expand your knowledge of the construction trade's processes and values. Students are required to have proof of an OSHA 10 safety card or complete the requirements to possess one. NCCER Core Curriculum qualifications upon successful completion of curriculum requirements.

Construction Technology III

For the student who has become skilled and crafty, this course provides off-campus experience and is activity based. Each day, we meet at the classroom and then go to the job site where you perform the job at hand. Students are required to create job estimates and provide quality service to the members of the community. Jobs such as room additions, car ports, and patio awnings are very common for this class. Students are required to have proof of an OSHA 10 safety card or complete the requirements to possess one. NCCER Core Curriculum requirements. NCCER Construction Technology credentials will be issued upon successful completion of NCCER requirements.

Construction Technology IV Internship

This course provides Career & Technical Education (CTE) students an opportunity to engage in learning through participation in a structured work experience that can either be paid or unpaid and does not necessarily require classroom instruction that involves the application of previously developed Construction Technologies knowledge and skills.

Welding I

The Welding Technologies program prepares students to acquire welding techniques and be product verified with weldment testing. Students develop a working knowledge of blueprint reading, and the welding processes for Shielded Metal ARC Welding (SMAW), Gas Metal ARC Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored ARC Welding (FCAW), and Gas Tungsten ARC Welding (GTAW) with the use of thermal cutting equipment. Students learn about the tools and equipment for the welding trade.

About Construction Technologies

Teacher

Richard Contreras
Contreras, Richard
CTE Construction Technologies Teacher
Office: 520-876-9400 x 4727
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