- Classroom Number
- 527-3020 ex. 4650
(.5 credit per semester) Students in this semester or year long class will explore the range of careers related to the woods industries. Skills developed include project planning, power and hand tool operation, and the design, specifications, and building of a final project(s). Fees depend on materials used. There is an initial fee of $12 for safety glasses, wood, and measurement tool.
ITE789 ADVANCED WOODS MANUFACTURING
(.5 credit per semester) Prerequisite: Beginning Woods or instructor permission. Students build on prior skills learned and have the opportunity to explore an interest area in carpentry, cabinetry, or construction related career areas. Students will use industry standards for skills needed to enter into employment or higher education. Activities are project based and include estimation, pricing, construction, quality control, and final production. Students may repeat course for continued advanced skills. Fees depend on materials used. There is an initial fee of $12 for safety glasses, wood, and measurement tool.
ITE760 WOODS TECHNOLOGY CONSTRUCTION RELATED 1-2
(.5 credit per semester) This full year course is open to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. Students will learn about project planning and designing. Students will learn the use of hand tools, power equipment operations and safety use in the field of construction. Students will explore careers related to the construction industry. Students may plan and build projects that have been recommended by the instructor that will enhance the ability of the students to perform construction related tasks, and enter the construction related field of work and education. Shop safety is an integral part of this class, instruction will focus on safe use of tools and the acceptable protective clothing that meet industry standards.