Residential Carpentry Certification Program

One Year Certificate in Residential Carpentry

Interested in launching your career in residential carpentry?  Sign up now!  A $1000.00 deposit will reserve your spot.  Classes start Sept. 23, 2017.  Call for more information 503-256-7300.

Tuition Assistance: Tuition Assistance is available for qualifying applicants. This assistance is available in the forms of Scholarships, Grants, Sponsorships, and through various lending institutions affiliated with NWCOC. Payment plans are also available for qualifying students.

The Residential Carpentry Certification Program is a one year accelerated program. Classes are on Saturdays, September through June. Students who successfully complete the program receive a Certificate of Completion from Northwest College of Construction and  a transcript from the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).  NWCOC is licensed as a Private Career College with the Oregon Department of Education (License No. 1793). Tuition Assistance: Tuition Assistance is available for qualifying applicants. This assistance is available in the forms of Scholarships, Grants, Sponsorships, and through various lending institutions affiliated with NWCOC. Payment plans are also available for qualifying students.

Job Placement Assistance

Training: Training is provided by industry experts who are all Certified Instructors with the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). Certification: You can take the certification anywhere! Your certification will be documented in a national credential registry that is highly portable. This Registry assures portability of skills by providing transcripts, certificates and wallet cards to students who successfully complete the NCCER Curriculum through NWCOC. Students in the Residential Carpentry Program are automatically enrolled to receive Job Placement Assistance. Job placement is assigned based on contractor employment requirements, nature of work, student skills and aspirations.

National Standardized Construction Training

In just thirty-six weeks, you can become a trained carpenter ready to apply your skills in a richly satisfying career! When you successfully complete the Northwest College of Construction’s (NWCOC) new Residential Carpentry Training program, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from NWCOC and a Trade Certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).Training: Training is provided by industry experts who are  Certified Instructors with NCCER.  Students complete NCCER Core, Carpentry Level 1 and Carpentry Level 2 in one year.

Credentials: NWCOC is accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). NCCER maintains a portable and widely recognized credentialing and certification system through its Registry. This Registry assures portability of skills by providing transcripts, certificates and wallet cards to students who successfully complete the NCCER Curriculum through an accredited sponsor.

How To Register

Complete the Program Application and submit it with payment or deposit. 

 

Tuition Assistance: Tuition Assistance is available for qualifying applicants. This assistance is available in the forms of Scholarships, Grants, Sponsorships, and through various lending institutions affiliated with NWCOC. Payment plans are also available for qualifying students.Training: Training is provided by industry experts who are all Certified Instructors with the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER). Certification: You can take the certification anywhere! Your certification will be documented in a national credential registry that is highly portable. This Registry assures portability of skills by providing transcripts, certificates and wallet cards to students who successfully complete the NCCER Curriculum through NWCOC.Real World Work Opportunities: Students enrolling in the Residential Carpentry Program are automatically enrolled in NWCOC’s Employment Services Program. Job Placement Counselors assign students to contractors based on the nature of work and student skills and aspirations. Placement is subject to contractor need and employability of student as determined by contractor.

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