Course Objectives

Students will learn the various skills needed to succeed in the construction and building fields, including blueprint reading, vocational math, carpentry, plumbing, masonry, residential wiring and more.

The course timeline consists of:

  • OHSA 10-Hour Certification
  • General Commercial Construction
  • Concrete / Masonry
  • Rough Carpentry
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • HVAC
  • Commercial Roofing
  • Finish Carpentry

Course Format

The CTEC class is a one-year program open to senior students in Effingham County high schools. The class is scheduled to meet daily from 7:00 am to 9:15 am. in the Effingham Junior High School shop area.

Valuable Experience

Throughout the year, CTEC students visit active jobsites, tour local businesses, and network with business leaders in our community. These experiences give our graduates a better understanding of the industry and help them establish valuable connections in the local construction community.

Hands On Learning

Whether they are surveying a build site, framing a window, or wiring a breaker box, CTEC students develop the practical skills needed to succeed in the construction and building fields.

Workforce Ready

Learning is supplemented by the NCCER Core Curriculum. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to register for a certification with NCCER that is valid anywhere in the United States. Student also an recieve OHSA 10-Hour Certification -- putting our students ahead of non-CTEC grads! 


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