ROP CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY

  •  If you're interested in the ROP Construction Course, please fill out this application by December 10, 2021.

     

    Course Title: ROP Construction Technology 

    Location: Redwood High School - Room 302

    Dates: Spring Semester - January - May 

     ---- The first class is Wednesday, January 5, 2022 ----

    Times: Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. 

    Age Group: High school students and adults, with priority given to high school students, recommended age 16 or older. 

    ROP Construction Flyer - English - Spanish

     

    Description: This course, co-sponsored by the Marin Builders Association, covers the basics of building a structure. Topics include green building practices, job site, and tool safety, framing, plumbing, electrical, windows and doors, roofing, and blueprint reading. Craftsmanship is emphasized. Students learn how to safely use standard tools and machinery to practice basic operations. The hands-on training, with the assistance of local professionals, enables students to build a tool shed that can be sold to the public. Qualified students may obtain a certificate of Skill Saw proficiency. Students may qualify for a summer internship with a construction professional. 

     

    Redwood High School students should speak with their counselors about enrolling. Students from other schools or adults please contact your School to Career Liaison or apply here.

     

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    Course Title: North Bay Construction Corps (NBCC)

    Location: Terra Linda High School 

    Dates: Spring Semester, January - May

    Times: Tuesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and one Saturday a month.

    Boot Camp: TBD

    Age Group: High School Seniors

    Interest Form: bit.ly/NBCCInterestForm

    Description: The North Bay Construction Corps (NBCC) is an after-school, 5-month basic construction training program for seniors in their last semester of high school. Classes are taught by local contractors and construction managers. Participants are introduced to a variety of trades and earn certifications in Personal Protective Equipment and CPR/First Aid. Successful students earn 3 units of college credit.

    If you are interested in applying for the North Bay Construction Corps program, please complete this interest form and we will contact you with updates as they are available. You can also email marinccr@marinschools.org or call 415.491.6639 for more information.

      

     Construction Technology Program photo  ROP construction group picture  students and teacher working with drills