Residential Carpentry

The Residential Carpentry program is designed for job-ready or direct placement employment in the residential, commercial and remodeling areas of construction.

As part of the Architecture and Construction Career Cluster, the Residential Carpentry program allows students to learn the tools and techniques used in residential and basic construction. Students learn cabinet making, and may build a house from the ground up. Students acquire construction industry skills, including the use of hand and power tools, blueprint reading, interior/ exterior finishing, and safety. After completing this program, students will be able to demonstrate entry-level skills and knowledge of Residential Carpentry.

Local Program Offerings:
Residential Carpentry

Students Learn:
Determine Site Layout and Elevations
Install Pier and Beam Floor System
Lay Out and Build Walls and Ceilings
Lay Out and Install Trusses/Roof Frame
Install Decking, Shingles, and Cornice
Install Wall Sheathing and Exterior Trim
Install Windows and Doors
Install Vinyl Siding and Soffit
Install Sheetrock
Build and Install Cabinets
Install Interior Trim
Install Hardware
Demonstrate Finishing Techniques

Student Organization: SkillsUSA

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Instructor- Steve Tyler
580-255-2903 ext. 291


Local Program Offerings

Residential Carpentry