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Carpentry

Teacher: Owen Ewers

Carpentry I, Part A
In this course, students learn the basic theories and principles of residential and commercial construction. Classroom and
laboratory instruction are designed to provide students with a working knowledge of carpentry skills and procedures.
Students are taught safe use of hand and power tools, estimating, blueprint reading, floor framing, wall framing, and roof
framing.

Carpentry I, Part B
This course is a continuation of Carpentry I, Part A and completes the competencies for Carpentry I.

Carpentry II, Part A
This course provides a continuation of instruction in the working knowledge, skills, and processes required for carpentry
work. Students continue to follow safe procedures in using hand and power tools and to learn skills of estimating, blue
print reading, and framing of floors, walls, and roofs.

Carpentry II, Part B
This course is a continuation of Carpentry II, Part A and completes the competencies for Carpentry II. Students enrolled
in this course will take a career and technical assessment defined by the Virginia Department of Education.