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Carpenter Apprenticeship Program: Level 1 (Harmonized - 2017)

Carpenter Apprenticeship Program: Level 1 (Harmonized - 2017)

Carpenters build and repair a vast array of structures made of wood, wood-substitutes and other materials. Many work for construction companies, contractors and maintenance departments while others are self-employed. Carpenter is a nationally designated trade under the Inter-provincial Red Seal program. Carpenters assemble and erect forms for concrete, wood and metal frame construction and use plans and instruments to prepare for excavating and shoring. On smaller projects, they direct concrete placement, and install exterior and interior finish materials such as siding, doors, windows and cabinets.

You will be learning the following in Level 1:

Binder 1

Learning Task 1: Describe Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Regulation and Related Materials
Learning Task 2: Use OHS Regulation and Related Materials
Learning Task 3: Describe Safe Work Practices
Learning Task 4: Apply Safe Work Practices
Learning Task 5: Describe Fire Safety Procedures
Learning Task 6: Use Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHIMIS)

Binder 2

Learning Task 1: Describe Ladders
Learning Task 2: Use Ladders
Learning Task 3: Use Scaffolds and Temporary Access Structures
Learning Task 4: Describe Access Equipment

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195
Price:
$161.61 Each
Author:
Industry Training Authority
Number of Pages:
1628
ISBN:
978-0-7726-7024-3
Product No.:
7960000223
Format:
Binder
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