Design & Pre-Construction Pathway
Partnership with Barton Community College, Great Bend, KS
Instructor – Jim Rockers
To prepare students with the knowledge and skills necessary for continued education and, ultimately, a successful career in architecture, construction, and skilled mechanical trades occupations.
The Architecture & Construction Pathways of Study enable students:
- To obtain necessary skills through high quality classroom, laboratory, and field instruction
- To earn professional certifications required for employment
- To transition to postsecondary level institutions for additional education opportunities
INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
An introductory level course designed to instruct students in the basic skills necessary to all occupations in the Construction, Manufacturing & Transportation areas.
RESIDENTIAL CARPENTRY I
A comprehensive course designed to instruct students in the basic knowledge and skills required for construction of residential structures.
RESEARCH & DESIGN IN BUILDING TRADES
An advanced research and application course covering specific topics in building construction to include management and “green building” skills.
CABINETMAKING AND FURNITURE DESIGN I
A comprehensive course designed to instruct students in the basic knowledge and skills required for cabinetmaking and furniture design.
DRAFTING (Architectural & Mechanical)
An introductory course designed to expose students to both architectural and mechanical (technical) drafting skills.