Construction Worker

Carpentry & Property Management

Admission process for the Carpentry & Property Maintenance program is open

Mandatory Entrance Exam

CASAS Testing

Program Description

The Carpentry & Property Management program is a course of study focusing on skills in carpentry, masonry, electric and plumbing and how they relate to new construction, renovations and property maintenance. Students apply technical knowledge and skills to layout, cut, fabricate, erect, install and repair wooden structures and fixtures, using hand and power tools. Students will build framing projects, install roofing and siding, wire residential circuits, install water and drain lines, pour and finish concrete, troubleshoot repair issues.

Students will be eligible to earn OSHA 10 Hour Construction Industry Training Certificate. This industry recognized certificate provides entry level construction worker’s general awareness on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site.

Strong basic math skills are necessary with a focus on arithmetic calculations, Geometry, and some basic Algebra. Language Arts skills in vocabulary and communication as well as the ability to read documents, write reports, and communicate with customers are in integral part of the program.

Graduates may find employment as framers, roofers, siding installers, finish carpenters, property maintenance carpenters, deck builders, drywall installers and finishers, painters, property management, concrete finishers and construction laborers.



  • Basic Math skills
  • Be able to work at heights
  • Saftety boots/shoes are required

Program Hours

This Carpentry & Property Management program is held three evenings per week (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 6pm to 9pm) in our construction facility. Classes will be for 6 months starting in October.


Call for current tuition prices. Payment plans are available. Tuition Grants are avalibale through the One-Stop Career Center

One-Stop Training Grant Information