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CARP1104 – Framing I pdf

Credits: 6 (0/6/0)
Description: This course is designed to provide experience in constructing basic floor systems, wall frame systems, stairs and roof systems.
Prerequisites: None
Corequisites: None
Competencies:
  1. Practice work safety.
  2. Identify building codes.
  3. Demonstrate efficient hand and power tool use.
  4. Install materials plumb, level, and square.
  5. Layout and install floor system.
  6. Apply subflooring to floor system.
  7. Determine the length of exterior and interior walls, locate window and door locations, and layout wall.
  8. Apply wall and roof sheathing according to IRC fastening practices.
  9. Determine from IRC code book proper header, floor joist, and girder sizes from span charts.
  10. Demonstrate the proper erection and dissassembly of scaffolding.
  11. Describe the safe use of ladders and scaffolding.
  12. Layout a common rafter.
  13. Erect a trussed roof system.
  14. Layout a stair carriage and frame a stairway
  15. Determine the rise and tread run of a stairway
  16. Identify different construction materials used for framing residential buildings.
  17. Identify different fasteners used for residential buildings.
MnTC goal areas: None

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