APR 205 - Carpentry Advanced Planning and Management
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 welding equipment, procedures and safety, specialized interior and exterior finish materials, and the construction planning process. Management topics are also discussed, specifically, scheduling, estimating, and supervisory skills.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
1. Explain the meaning of the terms backfire and flashback, describe how to avoid them, and what to do if they occur (27407-08).
2. Under the supervision of the instructor, demonstrate the ability to set up equipment for oxyfuel cutting; turn on, light; and adjust the equipment to obtain a neutral flame; cut mild steel; and stop and restart the cut (27407-08).
3. Describe the characteristics of a good weld (27407-08).
4. Identify materials and methods used to finish the interior of commercial buildings (27408-08).
5. Identify materials and methods used to finish the exterior of commercial buildings (27408-08).
6. Identify items that need to be addressed in the site utilization plan (27409-08).
7. List items that need to be addressed in the site utilization plan (27409-08).
8. Identify methods used to mitigate water problems at a work site (27409-08).
9. Understand and incorporate leadership skills into work habits including: communication, motivation, team building, problem solving, and decision-making skills (27410-08).
10. Demonstrate an awareness of safety issues, including the cost of accidents and safety regulations (27410-08).
11. Understand the planning process, scheduling, and cost and resource control (27410-08).
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