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Catalog 2022-2023 
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Construction Trades and Apprenticeship Readiness, Certificate

Location(s): Salem Campus

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The Construction Trades and Apprenticeship Readiness Certificate of Completion prepares students for entry-level construction jobs and Registered Apprenticeship programs in a variety of construction trades. These include sheet metal workers, HVAC/R technicians, plumbers, carpenters, and laborers.

The program ensures students meet the math requirement for apprenticeship applications and includes coursework to investigate and select possible trades careers. APR 101 Trade Skills Fundamentals , introduces trade vocabulary, hand and power tools use, rigging principles, basic blueprint reading, and safety. Students learn about Registered Apprenticeship and how to strengthen their resumes and applications to secure and retain positions.

Construction Trades And Apprenticeship Readiness General Education Requirements (4 Credit Hours).

Construction Trades And Apprenticeship Readiness Required Courses (11 Credit Hours).

Construction Trades and Apprenticeship Elective Credit Hours: 4 *

Choose one of the following:

Construction Trades, General Apprenticeship, Certificate of Completion

Students may earn a Certificate of Completion by successfully completing the Construction Trades, General Apprenticeship general education requirement of 12 credit hours, plus additional credits in one area of specialization.

Construction Trades, General Apprenticeship General Education Requirements (12 Credit Hours)

Plus: Choose One Area Of Specialization

(HVAC/R , Sheet Metal  or Plumbing )


+ Meets related instruction requirement, see Degrees and Certificates . For subject areas, see General Education .

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