Construction Technology II
This advanced course provides further instruction and training in construction and construction-related occupations, including construction, remodeling, and maintenance and repair of buildings and structures. Instructional and practical experience includes blueprint reading, basic plumbing, electrical, masonry, concrete, flooring, drywall, carpentry, insulation, exterior design, and roofing. Course instruction also includes the safe use of hand and power tools, installation of plumbing and electrical fixtures, the use of squaring and leveling tools, and safety and job-readiness training for entrance into the construction and construction-related occupations.
Integrated throughout the course are career preparation and academic content standards, which include career-readiness skills, communications, career planning and management, technology, problem solving and critical thinking, health and safety, responsibility and flexibility, ethics and legal responsibilities, leadership and teamwork, and technical knowledge and skills. Sustainability and environmentally sound practices within the industry sector are also discussed and encouraged.
- CTE Sector: Building and Construction Trades
- CTE Pathway: Cabinetry, Millwork, and Woodworking
- Time of Class: Day Time
- Located at: California