Skip to main content

2023-2024 Academic Calendar

CARA350 Carpenter Apprenticeship Level 3

(210 contact hours)

This course follows the Level 3 Industry Training Authority curriculum. Focus is put on residential and commercial drawings and specifications where students will draft a set of detail prints, learn about hand tools and stationary and portable power tools, apply excavation and shoring practices. Students will build formwork for a suspended slab of concrete, learn about concrete mixes and materials used in the concrete trade, build concrete stair forms, frame an intersecting roof, and install doors and door hardware. Students will also learn about cabinets and their construction, steel stud wall construction, flooring, ceiling and wall finishes and install interior finishes and trims. Those who successfully complete level 3 may progress to level 4 of apprenticeship training.

Restrictions: Must be in the Carpenter Level 3 Program (CARA.3).

Other Prerequisites: Eligibility as indicated by the Industry Training Authority

Lecture Hours: 93

Shop Hours: 117