Orientation to the Carpentry Trade – Module 27101

Orientation to the Carpentry Trade – Module 27101

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Module ID 27101-13 Reviews the history of the trade, describes the apprentice program, identifies career opportunities for carpenters and construction workers, and lists the skills, responsibilities, and characteristics a worker should possess. Emphasizes the importance of safety in the construction industry.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1:  Identify the career and entrepreneurial opportunities within the carpentry trade.

  •      Identify the training opportunities within the carpentry trade.

Learning Objective 2:  Identify the skills, responsibilities, and characteristics needed to be a successful carpenter.

  •      Identify the skills needed to be a successful carpenter.
  •      Identify the responsibilities of a successful carpenter.
  •      State the personal characteristics of a successful carpenter.

Learning Objective 3:  Summarize how to be connected to the industry through an organization like SkillsUSA.

  •      Describe the program, curriculum, and SkillsUSA Championships.
  •      State the benefits from being a SkillsUSA member.
  •      List the seven goals of the SkillsUSA Program of Work.

Learning Objective 4:  Explain the importance of safety in the construction industry, and describe the obligations of the contractor, subcontractors, and you to ensure a safe work environment.

  • Describe the OSHA Outreach Training Program.
  • Explain hazard recognition and define your role in it.

Performance Tasks

  • This is a knowledge-based module; there are no Performance Tasks.

Course Sessions

Session One reviews the history of carpentry, describes the apprentice program, identifies career opportunities for carpenters, explores the SkillsUSA program, and lists the responsibilities and characteristics a carpenter should possess.

1. Trainees will complete Session One PowerPoint® presentation slide Video.

2. Trainees will describe the carpentry apprentice program.

3. Trainees will describe the SkillsUSA program and how trainees can benefit from the program.

4. Trainees will  list and describe various responsibilities and characteristics a carpenter should possess.

5. Trainees will complete the Module Examination

 

Book Index

1.0.0   Career and Entrepreneurial Opportunities

1.1.0   Formal Construction Training

1.1.1   Apprenticeship Programs

1.1.2   Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

1.1.3   Apprenticeship Standards

1.1.4   What to Expect from a Contractor

1.1.5   What to Expect from a Training Program

1.1.6   What to Expect from the Apprenticeship Committee

1.0.0   Section Review

2.0.0   Carpentry Safety

2.1.0   Outreach Training and Site-Specific Safety Plans

2.1.1   Occupational Safety and Health Administration

2.1.2   OSHA – 10

2.1.3   Site-Specific Safety Plans

2.0.0   Section Review

3.0.0   Carpentry Skills, Responsibilities, and Characteristics

3.1.0   Professionald Carpentry Skills and Responsibilities

3.1.1   Attributes and Skills

3.1.2   Carpentrer Responsibilities

3.2.0   Professional Carpenter Standards

3.2.1   Professinalism

3.2.2   Honesty

3.2.3   Loyalty

3.2.4   Willingness to Learn

3.2.5   Willingness to Cooperate

3.2.6 Commitment to Quality and Safety

3.2.7   Positive Attitude

3.0.0 Section Review

4.0.0   SkillsUSA

4.1.0 Programs and Value

4.1.1   Championships

4.1.2   Membership

4.1.3   Value for Trainees

4.1.4   Value for the Classroom and School

4.2.0   National Program of Work Standards

4.2.1   Program of Work

4.2.2   Chapter activity Planner

4.2.3   Chapter Elections and Training

4.2.4   Chapter Meetings

4.0.0   Section Review

Module 27101 Review Question

 

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