Carpenter Foundation

Carpentry training with job site experience!
 

The Carpenter Foundation program introduces students to all aspects of the construction trades including the use of hand tools, portable power tools and other equipment used by carpenters. Through the construction of a residential wood-frame project students are given the opportunity to work with a variety of materials used by carpenters including lumber, panel products, concrete, fasteners and hardware. The focus is on developing practical skills for the construction workplace.

Becoming a "Red Seal Carpenter" is a career path to be proud of!    

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Program Details:  26-week (900 hours)
Monday - Friday,  8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  

Outcomes:  Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will receive Level 1 technical training credit and 450 work-based -hours credit towards completion of the Carpenter Level 1 apprenticeship program.
           

Career Opportunities:  
Carpenters work for construction and renovation companies and in the maintenance departments of buildings and factories. Some even start their own businesses.
   
    Locations:   Kelowna, Vernon, Salmon Arm
                       and Penticton  

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2017 Penticton Residential Construction/Carpenter Foundation Program  

August 15, 2017 -  Industry involvement and support leads to great student training experience!

Thanks to SK Form and Finishing Inc.for taking our Penticton Residential Construction/Carpenter Foundation students onto two of their active work sites. This allowed students, over the course of a couple of days, to learn what is involved in major concrete pours through hands on participation, industry guidance and the operation of various tools, equipment and machinery. We could not have offered these kind of experiences without our industry partners and they are invaluable to our students.    

Thanks also to Mark's for rushing in enough pairs of concrete boots to meet the students' needs in order for them to take advantage of this unique training opportunity.

SK Form and Finishing providing hands on concrete training to SD67 ResCon students at one of their Kelowna sites
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