Carpentry Program
Carpenters make up the largest building trade occupation in the industry

Well trained carpenters with all-around skills are in high demand. Carpenters are involved in many different kinds of construction activities, from building highways and bridges to building schools to installing kitchen cabinets. Carpenters construct, erect, install, and repair structures and fixtures made from wood, metal, concrete and other materials.

CITC’s four-year carpentry program is a theory/competency-based program where students are trained as a general carpenter. Classes are available in multiple locations and generally meet once a week in the evenings for four hours. Some students, due to their remote locations, may qualify to take our carpentry classes in a blended manner: weekly online sessions and monthly competency reviews and testing with a certified proctor and performance evaluator.

To receive a graduation certificate from CITC’s carpentry program a student must complete a minimum of nine (9) consecutive quarters (levels 2 through 4). It is assumed that all students are working in the field.