APR 119 - Carpentry Commercial Plans and Exterior Finish
Designed for Oregon state-recognized apprentices employed in the carpentry trade. The curriculum is competency-based and modular in format. This course introduces students to common materials used in residential and light commercial roofing. Application methods, commercial plans, insulation and vapor barrier materials and installation will also be covered, as well as exterior finish materials and application procedures
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Identify the materials and methods used in roofing (27202-07).
2. Install fiberglass shingles on gable and hip roofs (27202-07).
3. Layout, cut, and install a cricket or saddle (27202-07).
4. Explain how to make roof projections watertight when using wood shakes and shingles (27202-07).
5. Accurately read a set of commercial drawings (27201-07).
6. Explain basic construction details and concepts employed in commercial construction (27201-07).
7. Describe the characteristics of various types of insulation material (27203-07).
8. Install selected insulation materials (27203-07).
9. Understand the requirements for moisture control and ventilations (27203-07).
10. Describe various methods of waterproofing (27203-07).
11. Describe the purpose of wall insulations and flashing (27204-07).
12. Demonstrate lap and panel siding estimating methods (27204-07).
13. Describe the types and applications of common wood siding (27204-07).
14. Explain fiber-cement siding and its uses (27204-07).
15. Describe the types and styles of vinyl and metal siding (27204-07).
16. Describe the types and applications of stucco and masonry veneer finishes (27204-07).
17. Explain the types and applications of special exterior finish systems (27204-07).
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