What you'll learn

Apprenticeship technical training is designed for students who are working in the industry and have been registered as an apprentice through the Industry Training Authority.

If you're not working in the industry, you can start your education by taking the foundation level program for Carpentry.

CNC offers all four levels of technical training for the Carpentry program.

CARP 100 Level 1 (Harmonized)

Duration: 6 Weeks

In this level you’ll learn to use hand tools, power tools, shop equipment, and survey instruments; safe work practices; interpreting drawings and specifications; identifying materials; site layout; building concrete framework; and framing residential housing.

CARP 250 Level 2

Duration: 6 Weeks

In this level you’ll cover topics of safe work practices; interpreting drawings and specifications; identifying materials; site layout; building concrete framework; rigging and hoisting equipment; portable power tools and survey instruments.

CARP 350 Level 3

Duration: 6 Weeks

At this level you’ll learn about applying finishing materials; insulation and energy conservation; interpreting drawings and specifications; identifying materials; and use of hand tools, portable power tools, shop equipment and survey instruments.

CARP 450 Level 4

Duration: 6 Weeks

At this level you’ll learn about framing residential housing; special construction features; applying finishing materials; and continue to cover topics of interpreting drawings and specifications; identifying materials; site layout, survey instruments; and building concrete framework.

Carpentry

  • Type: Apprenticeship
  • Length: 7 Weeks per Level
  • Campus: Prince George, Quesnel, Burns Lake
  • Fees: Vary by Level
These fees are an estimate and do not include books.