About the Program:

Building TechnologyThe Building Technology Program gives the student hands-on experience in the actual construction of a home. The student will be involved in all phases from planning and estimating to foundation, framing, and finishing work.

All of the classroom and building experiences are conducted by instructors who are experienced in general contracting and teaching. While the primary emphasis of this program is residential construction, certain processes found in commercial building are also covered.

Employment Outlook:

Repair, remodeling, construction, and planning for construction operations are being conducted in almost all communities; therefore, the opportunities for employment are innumerable from semi-skilled helpers to expert craftsmen in all phases of residential and commercial construction. The primary sources of employment are found with building contractors, construction material suppliers, architectural and civil engineering firms, and self-employment.

e-Learning Components:

Computer Literacy. Before enrolling please contact an instructor.

The Job Seeking Skills and Workplace Relations courses contain e-Learning components. Contact an instructor for details.


Required Hours

  • Certificate of Completion: Carpentry   COURSE INFO
    960 hrs

  • Certificate of Proficiency: Carpentry   COURSE INFO
    900 hrs


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Approx. Program Length:

12 mos (30 hrs/wk)

Approx. Tuition:

$1,680.00 Details

Approx. Fees:


Est. Books & Supplies:

Not available

Federal Financial Aid:


Program Requirements:

Assessment may be required; see Admission Procedures.

Building Construction projects begin the end of August. Registration prior to this date is encouraged, but not required.

Hours Available:
High School Students:

M - F: 8 am to 3 pm

Adult Students:

M - F: 8 am to 3 pm

Logan Main Campus
How do I start? Program Faculty

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Contact: Curtis Dent
Office: (435) 750-3071
Cell: (435) 760-1791

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