CRP 105 (2)

Interior Finish I

Installation of door hardware including knob, latch, strike plate, hinge butts, and door closer. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status with Northern Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Committee or permission of the Apprenticeship Coordinator.  One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval. 

 

CRP 106 (2)

Interior Finish II

Installation of door hardware including knob, latch, strike plate, hinge butts, and door closer. Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status with Northern Arizona Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator.  One Lecture.  Two Lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

CRP 110 (2)

Introduction to Carpentry I 

History, significance, and benefits of labor unions. Successful and efficient labor relations. Carpentry in relation to other construction trades. Building trades organizations. Components of lumber. Hand and power tools used in carpentry. Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status with the Northern Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator. One lecture.  Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.  

 

CRP 111 (2)

Introduction to Carpentry II

Safe and proper use of hand and power tools. Safe work habits, first aid, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Prerequisites: CRP 110 and registered Apprentice status with the Central Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator.  One lecture.  Two lab.   May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.  

 

CRP 112 (2)

Technical Calculations for Carpenters I

Integers and whole number processes: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division. Number types, factoring and cancellation. Mathematical functions using fractions, decimals, percentages. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status with the Central Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator.  One lecture.  Two lab,  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval. 

 

CRP 113 (2)

Technical Calculations for Carpenters II

Ratios and proportions. Use of plane and solid figure formula for the carpentry trade. Use of English and Metric systems of measurement for the carpentry trade. Graphs used for specific applications.  Prerequisites: CRP 112 and registered Apprentice status with the Central Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator or instructor. One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.  

 

CRP 114 (2)

Blueprint Reading I

Types of blueprints and basic print reading. Symbols for materials. Construction details, standards, and specifications for brick veneer. Steel supports of plans for stores and apartments.  Prerequisites: CRP 113 and Registered Apprentice status with the Central Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator or instructor. One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval. 

 

CRP 115 (2)

Blueprint Reading II

Light frame construction. Specifications and standards used in plans for frame residence. Masonry and steel support roof components of plans for banks. Comprehensive study plans and construction specifications for restaurants. Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status with the Northern Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator. One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval. 

 

CRP 116 (2)

Concrete Formwork I

Construction and installation techniques.  Building site and layout factors.  Parts of forms and related hardware. Function of concrete form work in walls, columns, beams, decks and retaining walls. Wall forms and prefabricated walls and residential foundations.  Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status with Northern Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator.  One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval. 

 

CRP 117 (2)

Concrete Formwork II

Construction and installation techniques. Elements of flatwork construction. Prerequisites: CRP116 and registered apprentice status with Northern Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of the apprenticeship coordinator or instructor.  One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval. 

 

CRP 210 (2)

Basic Framing I

Construction and installation techniques. Floor framing and layout plate for posts and girders, joists, blocking, subfloor panels, underlayment, trusses, and hardware. Interior, exterior, prefabricated stairs. Wood framed wall: layout, bracing, fire block, corners, door and window openings. Flat roof and sloped ceilings: layout, framing, rafters, ceiling and stud joists.  Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status with Northern Arizona Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee  or permission of apprenticeship coordinator.  One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

CRP 211 (2)

Basic Framing II

Construction and installation techniques. Factors of weight, stress, tension, and compression. Truss connectors, bracing, and anchors. Gable, gambrel, hip, and shed roofs. Dormers. Intersecting roof. Roof trusses. Exterior deck. Fasteners, connectors, and foundations. Prerequisites: CRP 210 and registered apprentice status with Northern Arizona Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or consent of instructor.  One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

CRP 212 (2)

Carpentry Industry Technology I

Terminology, types, parts, handling, set up, care, storage, transport, and use of leveling instruments. Leveling rods, leveling operations, vernier scales, linear and angular measurement. Conventional system of measurement. Builder’s level and transit level. Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status with Northern Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator.  One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

CRP 213 (2)

Carpentry Industry Technology II

Terminology, types, parts, handling, set up, care, storage, transport, and use of leveling instruments. Leveling rods, leveling operations, vernier scales, linear and angular measurement. Conventional system of measurement. Builder's level and transit level. Simulated fieldwork exercises. Prerequisites: Registered Apprentice status with the Northern Arizona Carpenters Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee or permission of apprenticeship coordinator.  One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

CRP 214 (2)

Interior Systems I

History, advantages, and applications of metal framing and drywall.  Drywall products and metal framing components for interior partition work. Safe tool use and jobsite safety.  Blueprints, specifications and layout.  Standard and special metal framing for partitions. Drywall installation on metal framework.  Suspended ceiling systems.  Prerequisites: Registered apprentice status or permission of apprenticeship coordinator. One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

CRP 215 (2)

Interior Systems II

Fundamentals, terms, tools, safety. Types of wood and glue. Case construction: joints, layout, cutting, assembly.  Hardware, plastic laminates, completed cabinets, completed tops. Installation procedures.  Prerequisites: CRP 114 and Registered apprenticeship status or permission of apprenticeship coordinator or instructor. One lecture. Two lab.  May be taken for S/U credit with instructor approval.

 

CRP 289 (1-6)

Internship

Designed for students who are looking for paid or voluntary, practical learning experiences that apply academic and occupational educaiton to real-life on-the-job-situations. Credit hours will be negotiated based on fulfillment of a contract. Each credit hour requires the completion of a minimum of45 hours of on-the-job participation.  Prior experience or coursework in the field of interest is required. One to six variable credit hours. May be taken for S/U credit.

 

CRP 298 (1-6)

Special Topics

Designed to meet the needs of an individual(s) who has an interest in pursuing an original topic in an instructional area under faculty supervision. One to six variable credit hours.

 

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