Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 5746N
First Term: 2012 Spring   
Award: CCL  
Total Credits: 12
CIP Code: 46.0000

Occupational Area: Architecture and Construction / Apprenticeship Related Instruction
Instructional Council: Occupational Administrators (53)
GPA: 2.0
SOC Code: 47-1011


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Construction Trades: Pre-Apprenticeship program is designed to train and upgrade skills of people interested in entering construction trades registered apprenticeship programs. Training is included in the areas OSHA-10 certification and introductory courses in the areas of hand and power tools, math, blueprint reading, rigging, materials handling and green construction overview. Soft skills training includes problem solving, communication and computer basics. The skills acquired in this program can be applied toward advance placement in a participating registered apprenticeship program which may require a background check and/or drug testing.

Suggested Course Plan Sequenced by Semester:
Track I
Track II




Required Courses
All Students Must Select: Credits: 8.5
+ ABC/PNT118 OSHA Standards and Regulations 1.5
+ ABC/MEC/PNT120 Basic Calculations for Construction 1.5
+ ABC/MEC/PNT121 Introduction to Hand and Power Tools 1
+ ABC/HEO/MEC122 Rigging Safety and Equipment 1
+ ABC123 Introduction to Construction Drawings 0.5
+ CNS290AB Construction Internship 2
+ TDR102 Construction Soft Skills I: Workplace Skills 1

High School Junior/Seniors Must Select: Credits: 3.5
AAA/CPD150 Strategies for College Success 3
+ ABA106 Introduction to Materials Handling 0.5

Post High School Students Must Select: Credits: 3.5
BPC100 Business Personal Computers 2
CNS102 Foundations for Apprenticeship 1
+ CNS110 Green Construction Overview 0.5
Credits: 12

Program Competencies
1. Define a load, pre-task plan and demonstrate proper use of materials-handling techniques/equipment and hazard recognition. (ABA106)
2. Describe the implementation of the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Act in the work place. (ABC118)
3. Solve mathematical problems related to the construction trades including addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, decimals, and fractions. (ABC/MEC120)
4. Convert measurements between English and metric units. (ABC/MEC120)
5. Identify and demonstrate the proper use hand and power tools of the trades. (ABC/MEC121)
6. Identify and describe proper use of slings, common rigging hardware, basic inspection techniques, hitch configurations, load-handling safety and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) hand signals. (ABC/HEO/MEC122)
7. Recognize and identify basic construction drawing terms, components, and symbols. (ABC123)
8. Interpret and use drawing dimensions. (ABC123)
9. Demonstrate basic knowledge of a personal computer system to produce simple word and spreadsheet documents. (BPC100)
10. Demonstrate basic knowledge of money management, building credit and dealing with debt. (CNS102)
11. Describe the importance of apprenticeship roles and responsibilities in the workplace. (CNS102)
12. Describe the difference between green energy vs. green building and identify the five main areas of green building standards. (CNS110)
13. Demonstrate basic proficiency in the areas of cement masonry, bricklaying, electrical, welding and steel construction, pipefitting/plumbing, and carpentry/form building. (CNS290AB)
14. Identify the skills necessary to increase student success, personal growth; develop study skills, implement educational and career planning (AAA/CPD150)
15. Demonstrate critical thinking skills, problem solving and a basic understanding of workplace issues. (TDR102)
Last Updated: October 25, 2011

All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.





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