Construction Technology (CT)

Gain the experience you need in the classroom, laboratory, and real-world to succeed in today’s building industry. Through rigorous experience in this pre-apprenticeship program students will be taught construction skills. In Construction Technology you will focus on the elements of design, building, and managing. Students will learn the latest skills through curriculum from the National Career for Construction Education and Research (NCCER), and earn a NCCER certification that is nationally recognized as the industry standard. Students in the Construction Technology program are physically active on the job, use hand and power tools, read and interpret blueprints, and work indoors and outdoors.

Program Specifics

The Construction Technology program partners with the Buckeye Valley Building Industry Association (BIA). Students work with professionals in the industry on various building projects throughout the Licking County area. This program offers 2 pathways: Construction Management Pathway (leading to college readiness) and the Apprentice Carpenter Pathway (leading to workforce readiness).

Career Options

Carpenter
Carpenter’s Apprentice
Construction Worker
Construction Supervisor
Contractor
Job Estimator
Remodeler
Home Improvement Projects Installer
Building Inspectors
Building Materials Salespersons
Cabinetmakers
Interior Design
Architects

Opportunities In the Senior Year

Advanced Job Placement

Early Placement

School-To-Apprenticeship