What We Do
Building Trades prepares students for careers in general construction. The projects students participate in are informed by the community needs as well as industrial trends and needs. Students in Building Trades learn the principles and skills of general carpentry by constructing a five piece modular home and other various projects.
Successful students in this program have these academic opportunities available to them.
- Associated General Contractors Carpentry Certification (AGC-C)
- Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) 10 hour certification
Vermont Proficiency Alignment
While covering a full curriculum of content specific to this trade, students in this program will be trained and assessed on the following high school-level academic proficiencies using the following indicators from Vermont’s Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements.
For more information about Vermont’s Proficiency-Based Graduation Requirements, visit the VT Agency of Education’s website here.
MATH (Major Proficiencies)
MATH (Minor Proficiencies)
2. Number & Quantity
8. Engineering Tech
ENGLISH & LITERACY
2. Writing (Creative)
3. Writing (Research)
4. Speaking & Listening (Discussion)
5. Speaking & Listening (Presentational)
1. Career Exploration
2. Career Clusters
3. Career Readiness
4. Work Readiness
7. Speaking & Listening
8. Digital Citizenship
9. Creative Communicator
3. Problem Solving
5. Integrative Thinking
See the link above to our Program of Studies for further information about this program, including...
- Recommended Reading Level
- Recommended Math Skills
- CVCC Safety Exam
Instructor: Dimitri Kolomeitsev
Phone: (802) 476.6237 ext. 2137
The Barre Unified Union School District / Central Vermont Career Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, and marital status in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities.
The Barre Unified Union School District / Central Vermont Career Center offers additional services to students with limited English language skills or with disabilities so that they may benefit from these programs. Individuals wishing to obtain information about the existence and location of accessible services, activities, and facilities should contact the 504 Coordinator (information found by clicking here).
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